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A superb and inspiring read.
on 24 December 1999
I find the sort of Bible punching, blind faith, muscular Christianity from whence the Hanes started their journey deeply unattractive, as I suspect do many. It is the face of the Reformed faith which I believe has contributed much to the collapse of formal religion in the West. As the Irishman said when asked the way to Dublin, "If I was going to Dublin, I wouldn't have started from here."
However, I made a similar journey to the Hayns forty years ago, starting from agnosticism. I have not once in those forty years regretted my decision to become a Catholic.
In spite of my reservations, I found this book an absolutely compelling read and finished it in one day. Once I had picked it up, I could not put it down. It has left me with a deeper appreciation and love of my Catholic faith, for which I am grateful to Scott and Kimberly. I can't wait to get my hands on some of their tapes.