Exemplifying what J.I. Packer calls 'superb theological journalism,' Noll and Nystrom bring meticulous research, broad-minded historical perspective, and engaging prose to their analysis of the changing relationship between evangelicals and Catholics. Chapters include 'Things Are Not the Way They Used to Be'; 'Why Did Things Change?'; 'Ecumenical Dialogues'; 'The Catholic Catechism'; and 'Reactions from Antagonism to Conversion.' 272 pages, softcover from Baker.