Hi, guys —
I am a non-Christian. I was raised in an evangelical
house where my father was a pastor.
I was mistreated and abandoned Christianity
when I left home at 18. Since then, I've earned
a Master in Classics (Ancient History) and
I am very critical of most evangelical churches
and Protestants, in general.
In my own studies and reading of ancient sources,
I find myself interested in Roman Catholicism.
Yes, there are some individuals and some statements
I dislike but, on the whole, I have a respect
for the Roman Church which is rare, coming
from me; I do not give praise very often,
I am in my early 40s, single with no children
and have never had the desire to marry. I
have no desire for the religious life but
I am interested in the Church.
I am trying to have a better grasp of the filioque controversy.
- Do you recommend any books?
I have read both of Pope Benedict XVI's books
on Jesus. Well written, and excellent.
- Where do I go from here to see more of