Endorsements & Reviews-
"Paul Miller has rendered an important service to the Evangelical and Roman Catholic communities in this
meticulous study of two Evangelicals who have pioneered ministry among Catholics so as to contribute to the renewal of the Catholic Church. This book acquires extra relevance when the Catholic Church is focusing on the New Evangelization and the Alpha course is receiving a warm welcome from an increasing number of Catholic bishops."
--Fr. Peter Hocken, Executive Secretary of the Society for Pentecostal Studies in USA (1988-997) and Member of International Doctrinal Commission for Catholic Charismatic Renewal
"Evangelical Protestants and Roman Catholics constitute the two most dynamic movements within the global Christian family and Paul Miller's research breaks new ground. In depicting their evolving relationship, this is a careful and nuanced study about one of the most important ecumenical interactions of our time."
--Timothy George is founding Dean of Beeson Divinity School of Samford University
and theological advisor for Christianity Today.
"Evangelicals working together with Catholics to evangelize and make disciples? Is this really a paradigm shift, or is it a temporary experiment doomed to failure? I have observed it and participated occasionally over the past three decades and have seen lasting fruit, but also lasting questions. Paul Miller has done us a great service by unerringly identifying the questions, then exploring them in depth."
--Lynn Green, formerly International Chairman of Youth With a Mission
"Paul Miller has made a creative contribution to an understanding of approaches to mission by evangelicals in mainland Europe. He carefully examines examples of evangelicals cooperating with Catholics and his findings suggest that it might be fruitful if this missional strategy could be more widely adopted in certain Catholic contexts. This important work by Miller also illuminates crucial questions regarding an 'emerging ecumenical paradigm' among evangelicals."
--Ian Randall, Senior Research Fellow, IBTS (International Baptist Theological Seminary), Prague
Director of Research, Spurgeon's College, London
"Regnum has brought us the first thorough examination of the discussions going on within Evangelicalism about the viability of a good conscience dialogue with Roman Catholics. Those who are interested in evangelical world missions and Roman Catholic views of world missions will find this informative."
--Dr. Tom Oden is Professor Emeritus at Drew University, Madison, NJ, currently serving as the General Editor of
InterVarsity Press's Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture