Deacon Scott Carson – Former Agnostic and Episcopalian
Deacon Scott Carson didn’t grow up with any kind of religious formation, but when he got to college, he started to take an intellectual interest in matters of faith. As he continued to study classical literature and philosophy, he began to be convinced of the logical consistency of Christianity, becoming first an Episcopalian and then a Catholic. But it was discovering the thought of St. John Henry Newman, particularly his work The Grammar of Assent, that helped him to embrace conversion as a matter of both the head and the heart.
Read Deacon Carson’s written conversion story here.