Evangelical churches capture what many Catholic parishes miss, namely that people are not converted primarily by doctrine, but by hearing God’s Word in a loving, supportive atmosphere.
The primary goal of this book is not to critique fundamentalism and evangelical movements, but to learn from their success as they draw members from non-practicing people, Catholic and mainline Protestant denominations. You may be amazed at what we share in common. After examining the history of Protestant and Catholic fundamentalist tendencies, it can be seen that similarities between the two spring from a twofold basis, namely: common beliefs and a need for a source of authority.
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Robert J. Hater, Published by Visual Dynamics Publishing, 2009. Increasing numbers of Catholics join the ranks of Evangelicals