Evangelicals Becoming Catholic: A Response

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"Swimming the Tiber" is shorthand for conversion to the Catholic Church (the Tiber River runs alongside of Vatican City). Maybe you have wondered why someone would make such a move or how to intelligently discuss the issue with your friends and loved ones. These and related questions will be addressed on Saturday, April 14 from 9:00am – 12:00pm in Barrows Auditorium on the campus of Wheaton College when authors of the recent book, Journeys of Faith, will deliver brief lectures on the subject and answer your questions. Sessions include:

1. Dr. Gregg AllisonThe Roman Road, or the Road to Rome?  Why Some Protestants Drift to Catholicism.

2. Dr. Craig BlaisingDoes Accepting the Canon of Scripture Implicitly Affirm Rome’s Authority?

3. Rev. Chris Castaldo – Crossing the Tiber: Why Catholics and Protestants Convert.

4. Dr. Robert Plummer – Moderator

                               The event is free and open to the public

                     A continental breakfast will be served starting at 8:30 am

     Free copies of the book, Journeys of Faith, will be given to the first 200 people

 

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