Born Fundamentalist, Born Again Catholic

I picked up “Born Fundamentalist, Born Again Catholic” by David B. Currie and Published by Ignatius Press. It was a quick read (paperback, 215 page)

This book was a bit of a letdown. On the positive side the Author articulated his unanswered questions in fundamentalism and explains Catholic theology in evangelical terms. The negative side is that his arguments are not all that strong and fail to convince. I have had conversations with Catholic seminarians where Catholic theology was defended much more skillfully. I felt his argument for Eucharist to be the strongest, and yet not convincing. Beyond that, the author’s arguments hinge on the acceptance of the invalidity of sola scriptura.

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