Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism - Chapter 3, New Conceptions of the Covenant Summary & Analysis

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Scott and Kimberly decide to go to Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, where they will begin their graduate studies. Scott meets a fellow seminarian, Gerry Matatics, who becomes a close friend. Together they are among the most anti-Catholic seminarians on campus. However, in his second year, Scott learns that prior to 1930 all Protestant Churches agreed with the Catholic Church that contraception is immoral. He introduces the idea to Kimberly and they decide together to use Natural Family Planning. This is the beginning of Scott coming to discover how reasonable Catholic doctrines are. They come to believe that the martial act is sacred and that to use unnatural contraception is to selfishly isolate one aspect of God's gifts from the others. They do not see Natural Family Planning—abstinence during periods of high fertility—as the...

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