Scott Hahn Writing Styles in Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism

Scott Hahn
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There are two major perspectives in the book, those of Kimberly and Scott. Kimberly's perspective is that of a Presbyterian pastor's daughter whose primary desire in life is to serve God. She grows up interested in serving God and little changes for most of her life throughout the book. She wants to be a pastor but then decides she wants to be a pastor's wife. She marries a pastor, has children and is living the good life as she sees it. Her life is rocked when Scott becomes interested in Roman Catholicism. Her dreams and community connections are shaken to their core because Catholicism will potentially detach her from her family and friends and alter her conception of her faith that she has held for all of her life.

Scott's perspective is of a boy who wandered aimlessly through life with great talents until he found Christianity in...

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