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Meeting Newman in the Conversion of Bill Evans (1933–2017): A Review of Time to Delay No Longer
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Meeting Newman in the Conversion of Bill Evans (1933–2017): A Review of Time to Delay No Longer

Time to Delay No Longer is, as its subtitle suggests, a true search for faith. In this work, the late Bill Evans (1933–2017) endeavors to recount his conversion to the Catholic faith. His account of conversion centers around a profound systematic analysis of the Catholic Church and its claim towards religious authority.

Austin Cottrell
Austin Cottrell
August 24, 2023
4 min
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