Update: Folks, I'm going to shut down this combox. People have been remarkably civil given the way the original topic has morphed into a redebating of the Reformation. But because the discussion has drifted so far from my original post, I'm ending it.
In May 2007, Alan Streett of Criswell College offered a humorous blog post about my return to the Catholic Church, Top Ten Reasons Frank Beckwith Became a Roman Catholic. Here's reason #3:
Altruism: In the spirit of brotherly love, Frank wanted to provide Norm Geisler with a subject for a new book project.
Believe it or not, I just saw this on Amazon.com last night:
It is set for release on October 31, 2008, just in time for the 60th annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society in Providence, Rhode Island (Nov. 19-21, 2008), at which the ETS membership will consider amending its statement of faith in order to make sure that any question about whether Catholics may join the ETS is permanently sequestered from serious and scholarly discussion.