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Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism Characters & Character Analysis

Scott Hahn
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Important People

Scott Hahn

Scott is one of the book's two main characters. Scott is born to a liberal Presbyterian family who are not terribly interested in their Christian faith. He grows up as a standard American teenager does, trying drugs, slacking off at school from time to time. Sometimes he slips into worse things, like juvenile delinquency. Eventually a friend reaches out to him and encourages him to convert to Christianity. From the moment Scott "gives his life to Christ." he begins to fee isolated because of his faith, losing friends and having to make new ones. He acquires great zeal for converting people and studying the Bible, particularly taking aim at converting Catholics. When he graduates from high school, he goes to Grove City College and studies philosophy and theology.

At Grove City he becomes only more strongly confirmed in his Presbyterian faith, deciding to become a minister...

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This section contains 933 words
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Purchase our Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism Study Guide
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