Comrade << It was written by Robert Zims. I was wondering if Karl wrote a response to it (or even bothered, for that matter). It isn’t very well written, or at least sounds very “sensationalist”. >>
I have it, and read it. I only read it because I promised Robert Zins I would. I was given the book from him personally. Yeah I’ve met him in person, nice guy, but weird anti-Catholic theology. But he’s a sportsman, can’t be all bad. A lot of hockey up there in Connecticut where he’s from.
Karl doesn’t need to respond, from what I remember the book is kind of disorganized. He does spend some time trying to reabilitate Lorraine Boettner who took a beating in Karl’s original book. I think Zins also has a book just on Boettner. James White’s books (Fatal Flaw, RC Controversy) contain better arguments.
According to a quick search, Robert Zins gets only one mention in This Rock (April 1993 issue). He was working with Bill Jackson at the time, I forgot about that.
Sungenis has debated Zins very successfully, I converted a couple of those to Real Player audio for him.