No matter what your denominational affiliation is, you should be able to find enough information on the quick concerning Roman Catholicism from a general protestant viewpoint. And yes! LUTHER was a, and the Reformer of the (c)atholic church. Those that sat at the feet of the Apostles were (c)atholic not Roman Catholic! The many protestant viewpoints and roman catholic(and the many orders within catholicism),orthodox,coptic and for that matter the many christian sects that existed during New Testament times beg to differ with each other! These kinds of books can help to give us ideas where the differences are. I have found books on all sides including ones authored by roman catholics that create straw images of other faith and proceed to knock them down. This booklet is not totally successful in refraining from some of that,but on the whole it does a pretty good job in presenting what some of the more conservative protestant critiques are.
Please tell me why I should believe anyone's interpretation, even this one? When Jesus said, You must eat my flesh and drink my blood", shouldn't I believe Him and not some fallible theologian? I challenge anyone who believes this nonsense to read what the earliest Christians believed; the one's who sat at the feet of the apostles themselves. If you take the scales off of your eyes, you will see that they were very Catholic in their beliefs. Its so easy to knock down the straw man that is represented here as the Holy Roman Catholic faith! The true reformer was not Luther, but St Francis. By the way, which of the 33,000-protestant churches teaches the truth since they all contradict each other? Ah, the fruits of the reformation!