By Strange Ways: Theologians and Their Path to the Catholic Church

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  • Conversion stories of theologians
  • Engaging, real-life stories for today
  • Ten converts share their testimonies
  • Fresh glimpse of how God is working in hearts 
  • Inspiring and hopeful message of evangelization

The only work that exclusively features the conversion stories of theologians, this book provides a unique vantage point on the intellectual challenges faced by those being drawn to the Catholic Church.

The men and women featured here come from a variety of backgrounds: agnosticism, secularism, New Age thought, punk rock, and various stripes of Christianity. Their theological vocation had specially prompted them to question their own intellectual presuppositions once they encountered Catholicism, which only gained in credibility the more they studied it.

Although it was the theological truth of the Catholic faith that initially captured the attention of these theologians, each of these essays tells a fully human story. They are not collections of arguments, but stories of grace. Among the ten converts are Scott Hahn, Lawrence Feingold, Melanie Barrett, Petroc Willey, and Jeff Morrow. Each story offers a fresh glimpse at God’s work in the world.

  • Author: Jonathan Fuqua, Daniel Strudwick 
  • Pages: 300 
  • Format: Paperback

By Strange Ways: Theologians and Their Path to the Catholic Church