Orthodoxy and Catholicism: A Comparison examines Orthodoxy from a Catholic perspective. The author, seeking to emphasize ecumenism and unity, includes feedback and input from the Eastern Catholic theological perspective. Each chapter includes contributions from Fr. Deacon Daniel Dozier, a Byzantine Catholic, and a subsequent response from the author. Additionally, the last chapter of the book features content written exclusively by Fr. Deacon Daniel Dozier. The goal of the work is to “foster unity as well as to defend Catholic views when they are strongly critiqued by the Orthodox.”
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David Armstrong is a Catholic apologist and author (convert from evangelical Protestantism in 1991). His conversion story is in Surprised by Truth (1994). He has been published in The Catholic Answer, This Rock, Envoy, and other periodicals. His many radio appearances include “Catholic Answers Live” and “Faith & Family Live.”