Filling the void

WTF Prof Carl Trueman:

http://www.reformation21.org/articles/reflections-on-rome-part-1-connecting-the-mind-and-the-tongue.php

my trip to Rome reminded me once again of how inadequate evangelical Protestant literature on contemporary Catholicism is.  It tends to be either of the `Vatican II changed nothing and the Pope is still Antichrist’ variety, or the equally unhelpful and inaccurate ‘Vatican II changed everything and, frankly, I cannot remember why I am still a Protestant’ kind.   We need some good Protestant writing on this subject which will help future pastors, elders, and church members engage thoughtfully, respectfully, and in an informed manner, with Catholicism and Catholic friends.

Among other things, I hope to work toward filling this void.

Published by John Bugay

"We are His workmanship," His poiema, His "poetry." If you've ever studied poetry, or struggled to write a poem, you understand the care God takes to "work all things together for good" in our lives. For this reason, and many others, I believe in the Sovereignty of God. I have seen His hand working in my life, and I submit myself to His merciful will, with all my being.

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