Is it just me, or is the majority of Catholic Apologetics directed in response to Protestants, tends to approach Protestant as presented by Reformed Christians or by Fundamentalist Christians? Maybe it’s just me, but when I think about the books I’ve read written by Catholic converts from Protestantism, it seems that a vast majority of them concern individuals from these two backgrounds. Either the person was a Calvinist or a Christian Fundamentalist. Take Jimmy Akin’s Salvation Controversy book, for example. A well-written and argued book. And yes, there is a section near the end on the Joint Declaration Between Catholics and Lutherans on Justification, but the majority of the books focuses on the TULIP-oriented beliefs of Calvinists.
Or, if one looks at the Apologetics even here on CA, one finds many answers in response to Fundamentalist Christians. For example: Baptism. A Lutheran, an Anglican, or even a Presbyterian isn’t going to argue against the proposition that “baptism saves.” Lutherans would even agree that there is a distinction between mortal and venial sin.
Do you think that Catholic Apologetics tends to place greater emphasis on these groups because of how many Catholics have been persuaded to join these Protestant groups?