Rich Mullins* on a factor in which he found that Roman Catholicism more closely matched Scripture than evangelicalism:
I had read a book called Exploring Spiritual Direction by Alan Jones. That whole evangelical discipleship thing really turned me off, as most evangelical things do. I was just so depressed from meeting all these kids that were turning into caricatures of great old men or great old women, these great saints. People were thinking [that] the way to become spiritual is to imitate the lives of really spiritual people.
Berit Kjos of Lighthouse Trails:
We don’t “need” mentors and human models “to grow” as Christians; we need to trust God and follow His ways!
It is truly encouraging to see that LT is apparently willing to learn from our RC brethren and sistren.
* Full disclosure: I was the interviewer that Rich was talking to.