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Overview This collection of conversion stories relates how former Baptists, Presbyterians, Salvation Army officers, Plymouth Brethren, Episcopalians, evangelicals, and New Age believers all made their way to the fullness of the Catholic faith. (Catholic)
Publishers Description The inspirational stories of different Christians who have struggled, thought and sacrificed much to finally find their home in the Catholic Church. This collection of conversion stories relates how former Baptists, Presbyterians, Salvation Army officers, Plymouth Brethren, Episcopalians, Evangelicals and New Age believers all made their way along the Path to Rome. Each chapter weaves an individual's coversion story into a wider issue of ecumenical concern, and with contributions from housewives, former bishops, well-known academics and former Protestant pastors, there is a wide range of viewpoints and interests. Theological, pastoral and personal issues are explored in a highly readible form. The book is sure to help a great many others who are seeking for the fullness of the Catholic Faith. Dwight Longenecker, the editor, was brought up in an Evangelical home in the USA. Graduating from Bob Jones University he came to study theology at Oxford University, England, and was ordained into the Anglican ministry. After ten years serving as a curate, school chaplain and country parson, he and his family were received into the Catholic Church. He now works as chaplain at St Joseph Catholic School, Greenville, South Carolina.
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Studio: Gracewing Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.51" Width: 8.5" Height: 0.58" Weight: 0.73 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 1999
Publisher Gracewing Publishing
ISBN 0852444869 ISBN13 9780852444863
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More About Dwight Longenecker
Dwight Longenecker has served as a parish priest, a chaplain at Kings College, Cambridge and a country parson on the Isle of Wight. Dwight has written sixteen books and countless articles for websites, magazines, and papers in the USA and Britain. His blog, "Standing on My Head, "has been voted one of the top religious blogs in the country. He holds a degree in theology from Oxford University and currently serves a local parish in Greenville, SC.