David B. Currie


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David Currie, Research Associate of The St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, is a popular Catholic author, lecturer and retreat leader.

His widely read and influential 1996 book, Born Fundamentalist, Born Again Catholic (Ignatius Press) tells the story of his conversion, along with his wife Colleen, from fundamentalist missionaries to Catholic apologists. Prominent convert, Thomas Howard, has called it “the book on this topic of Evangelicals being received into the Catholic Church.”

His most recent book, Rapture: The End-Times Error that Leaves the Bible Behind (Sophia Press, 2003), explores the Biblical, historical, and theological roots of the modern “left behind at the rapture” movement. Dr. Scott Hahn, Founder and President of the St.
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“In his general audience on April 22, 1998, Pope John Paul II stated, “We must not forget that for Christians the ‘eschaton,’ that is, the final event, is to be understood not only as a future goal, but as a reality which has already begun with the historical coming of Christ.”
David B. Currie, Rapture: The End-Times Error That Leaves the Bible Behind

“find. At the time, I thought Lewis was a bit hung up on ritual (sacramentalism), but I overlooked this fault”
David B. Currie, Born Fundamentalist Born Again Catholic

“The diligent reading of Sacred Scripture accompanied by prayer brings about that intimate dialogue in which the person reading hears God who is speaking, and in praying, responds to him with trusting openness of heart. If it is effectively promoted, this practice will bring to the Church—I am convinced of it—a new spiritual springtime. —Pope Benedict XVI”
David B Currie, What Jesus Really Said About the End of the World



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