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“Even when one disagrees with some of his conclusions, Benedict’s insights, as well as his engagement with critical scholarship, offer a wealth of reflection. In this remarkable book, Hahn has drawn out the central themes of Benedict’s teaching in a highly readable summary. An eminently useful guide for introducing the thought of an important theologian of our time.” Michael Horton, Westminster Seminary California.
The only reason that I can think of for his doing this is maybe to earn some "legitimacy" with Catholics when (and if) he decides to engage this work.
I believe that is a dangerous course to follow, given that recent history is ladened with the dead (or zombified) bodies of Protestants who have tried to "dialogue" with Rome, only to find themselves formally and officially addressed as "not real churches":
According to Catholic doctrine, these Communities do not enjoy apostolic succession in the sacrament of Orders, and are, therefore, deprived of a constitutive element of the Church. These ecclesial Communities which, specifically because of the absence of the sacramental priesthood, have not preserved the genuine and integral substance of the Eucharistic Mystery cannot, according to Catholic doctrine, be called “Churches” in the proper sense.
Responses to Some Questions Regarding Certain Aspects of the Doctrine on the Church
I think it's hugely important for those who want to "dialog" with Rome to understand this posture that they're assuming.