The last decade of the 20th Century witnessed unprecedented changes in the way evangelicals view the Roman Catholic Church. Great optimism was expressed in many circles as the Roman Catholic Church joined others in declaring this decade a decade of evangelisation. Did this mark a fundamental change, or was it simply cosmetic? Trevor McCauley examined the state of the Roman Catholic Church in an address in October 1990 to ministers and missionaries working in the Republic of Ireland. The substance of that paper is given here.
Trevor McCauley, who died suddenly in 1991, was engaged in church-planting in Galway with the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland.
Though this title may no longer said to be strictly accurate, as it was written over 20 years ago, the publishers feel strongly that the content is still relevant and give an important perspective on today’s Catholicism.