Why do some Protestants become Catholics? Is Roman Catholicism the one true church as it claims to be? Norman Geisler and Joshua Betancourt answer these questions and more in this major critical analysis of the Roman Church's exclusive claims. An argument can be only as strong as its weakest link, and the authors show that Rome's claim is comprised of one weak argument linked to another, from Peter's primary among the apostles and his infallibility, to the belief that his apostolic gifts are passed on to his successors-down to the present pope. For anyone who has questions about the claims of Roman Catholicism and its place in Christendom, here is a straightforward, thorough, biblical analysis of the claim that "Rome is home" and the one true church on earth. Book jacket.