"... our brother has, in my opinion, done an excellent job at it. The Catechism is in itself crafted in such a way as to aid instruction through a catechical or dialogical method, which has been used with much success by great teachers such as Plato, Anselm, Aquinas and Gerstner. Our brother is essentially following this scholarly tradition. But he has dramatised it so engagingly, and has so seamlessly fitted the meaty statements of the Catechism into day to day conversation, that it will convince even the reluctant layperson that theology is not cold and heartless, but rather thoroughly practical.
I found it very delightful, instructive, and refreshing to read this book. I am sure that in the hand of God, it will be used to great profit to strengthen the faith of many and to restore the glory of Christ, which many a congregation has seen in better days. Amen."
Pastor J. J. Lim
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"Your kind gift of Catechism in Conversation arrived safely and in good shape and I wanted to say a hearty 'thank you' for thinking of me. It looks to me like you have performed a 'Thomas Watson' for modern folks! Thank you so much for such a useful tool." -Rev. Dr. Dale Ralph Davis, Presbyterian Church in America
"I have been enjoying your previous book on the catechism. Very nicely done. Very creative. I haven't finished it yet because one of our elders wanted to read it, so I will finish it when I get it back. Again, thank you." -Rev. Dr. Philip Kayser, Presbyterian Church in America
"Recommended reading for those who want an easy way to remember the Shorter Catechism. The conversational style makes it easier to not only remember the questions and answers but Linus includes a dialogue, which contains a simple explanation of each question and answer. Well thought out and written." -Rev. Dr. Donald J. Musin, Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly
"This is an unusual little book but very helpful. The author works his way through the Westminster Shorter Catechism as an imagined conversation between two men. . . . The book is easily read and would make an excellent study for a young Christian." -Rev. William Macleod, Free Church of Scotland (Continuing)