In the 1960s, Loraine Boettner's book, Roman Catholicism, became the to-go source for anti-Catholics in the United States. Twenty years later, Karl Keating exposed and discredited Boettner's work in his masterwork, Catholicism and Fundamentalism. However, the need for a replacement for Boettner was soon filled shortly after the release of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, by a former-Catholic named James McCarthy.
McCarthy's Protestant response to the Catechism, The Gospel According to Rome, immediately became an anti-Catholic favorite and served as the new playbook for anti-Catholic missionary work. After encountering McCarthy's work in the field and debating McCarthy on Protestant radio, Gary Michuta decided to write a response debunking McCarthy's slight-of-hand and misrepresentations. Like Keating's work years early, Michuta's The Gospel According to James McCarthy exposes and debunks McCarthy's claims and methods.
Paperback: 197 pages
Publisher: Grotto Press (2003)