In the introduction to this work, Morey writes, "In an age of ecumenism in which there is the concerted effort to unite Protestants and Roman Catholics into one church with the Pope as the head of it, it has become common practice for ecumenical leaders to claim that the Protestant Reformers, the Puritans and the Pilgrim fathers were all ecumenical in their attitude toward the Pope and his church...We will present various passages from the writings and creeds of the Reformers and the Puritans so that the reader can make up his own mind as to what they taught concerning the Pope and his church."
- Title: The Reformation View of Roman Catholicism
- Author: Robert A. Morey
- Publisher: Faith Defenders
- Publication Date: 1993
- Pages: 38
About Robert A. Morey
Robert A. Morey is an internationally recognized scholar in the fields of comparative religions, the cults, and the occult as well as on Islam. He is the author of over forty books, some of which have been translated into Spanish, Swedish, Hungarian, Norwegian, Dutch, German, French, Italian, Chinese, Turkish and Farsi. He is scholar in residence with the Research and Education Foundation and the Executive Director of Faith Defenders.