This book contains the moving testimonies of fifty priests who found their way, by the grace of God, out of the labyrinth of Roman Catholic theology and practice into the light of the gospel of Christ. But this is not a narrowly polemical work, nor is its relevance limited to the ongoing controversy between Rome and the churches of the Reformation. The love and concern felt by the former priests for those they left behind, and their fervent desire that they too should experience the joy and peace of salvation in Christ are seen throughout. The wider relevance of the experiences described will also be felt in many contexts remote from Roman Catholicism where human pride and presumption have erected rival sources of authority between people and the Word of God, so obscuring the way of salvation by grace alone, through faith alone, and in Christ alone.
This is a fascinating reading especially by a Roman Catholic born in that religion and later turned Christian after studying the Bible and becoming born again. Each one of these testimonials has one common thread and that is they were all called by God the father to come to his son Jesus Christ for their salvation. So glad they were brave enough to tell their stories to maybe even help others.