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I recently finished reading this book as a step in my process of deciding whether I should convert to Roman Catholicism. Whelton provides good arguments and uses a great variety of sources in substantiating his claims. I think he makes a good case against the Roman papacy, but I was left wishing the book was a little more exhaustive. That being said, it is a good overview.
Review: Popes and Patriarchs: An Orthodox Perspective on Roman Catholic ClaimsUser Review - Linda - Goodreads
as an ex-Catholic, now Orthodox Christian I grabbed this book off the shelf! The author touches on many issues and adds a lot of supporting evidence. Ironically, I walked away from the book with a ... Read full review
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