People have more than one reason (whether they know it or not) for changing their religious commitments. Conversion is usually a multilayered process. In this series, we have examined the (1) psychological, (2) theological, and (3) sociological dimensions of conversion.
Why do Protestants convert? The answer, as we’ve seen in our posts this fall, is complicated. It cannot be reduced to simple slogans or polemical talking points, and it calls for serious self-examination among Protestants
Why do Protestants convert to Rome? Chris Castaldo surveys three key theological concerns that motivate many converts.
In understanding the draw of young evangelicals toward Rome, the proper place to start is where most conversions begin: in the soul.