Amy Cattapan interviews Richard Akins about living between his own Catholic heritage and his children's embrace of Evangelicalism.
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In this episode of Book.ed on Shalom World TV, Amy Cattapan interviews author Richard Akins about his new book, Challenged to Grow: A Catholic Parent's Journey Through an Evangelical World.
From the publisher:
Challenged to Grow sums up for readers the stumbling blocks on the road to mutual understanding, educating Catholics and Evangelicals alike concerning the key points of view in their respective churches. The author is dealing with difficult beliefs that lie at the core of his Catholic faith concerning the sacraments, and human freedom and grace, but discusses them in a language that makes them accessible.
Author Richard Akins – business owner, engineer and father of three – lived in two worlds, Roman Catholicism and Reformed Evangelicalism. His personal and familial challenges unified his understanding of the Catholic faith and led to the promotion of practical Christian unity as detailed within the books Fundamentally Catholic and Romans by Paul. In Challenged to Grow, Richard’s unique background leads the reader to a deep and practical Catholic faith along with an understanding and respect for Protestant and Reformed Evangelical expressions of the Christian faith.
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About the Author
A.J. Cattapan is an award-winning author, speaker, and teacher. Her debut novel Angelhood has won two awards, and her second novel, Seven Riddles to Nowhere, tells the story of a boy trying to save his Catholic school from closing. She is also the host of BOOK.eD, a Catholic book review program on Shalom World TV. Follow her at AJCattapan.com.