Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism - Chapter 1, From the Cradle to Christ Summary & Analysis

Scott Hahn
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Scott Hahn, one of the two main characters of the book, begins narrating. He starts with telling us his life story. He is the youngest of three children and is baptized Presbyterian but raised only nominally Protestant. His church is fairly liberal, sometimes questioning core Christian doctrines. Scott decides that he does not want to attend a church that does believe, even though he has developed his own doubts. He lives a typical teenager's life, appearing in juvenile court, smoking marijuana and so on. He and his friend Dave are not very good kids. His first year of high school he meets a guy named Jack who brings him into Young Life, a Christian Youth group. He uses Scott's crush on Kathy to bring Scott to Church. Scott then reads several books about the faith...

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