Hello everyone, for those who may have not seen my other posts – I was born and raised Catholic, fully initiated into the Church with Baptism, First Communion, Reconciliation and Confirmation. I drifted away from the Church in my college years, and have since been attending various Protestant denominations (everything from Mennonite Brethren to United to Lutheran to, most recently, Presbyterian) without ever really feeling “at home” anywhere.
I am seriously considering rejoining the Catholic Church, because about once a year I feel this unexplainable tug on my heart to go back. And though I often follow my heart, I am also very intellectual and analytical, so I want to make sure I am making the right decision. Of course, I am praying about this. I am reading my Bible. But I am also planning on doing some further reading. I want to read books from both the Catholic and Protestant viewpoint. The first book I am going to read is called Surprised by Truth, and it is about evangelicals converting to Catholicism. Now, I am in search of a title that would argue Protestant theology.
Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!