N.T. Wright & Rome

Francis Beckwith is the former president of the Evangelical Theological Society. I recently read his book, which is kind of interesting. A couple of weeks ago, Collin Hanson wrote a piece on the justification debates, and I thought this little bit was very interesting: Beckwith told Christianity Today, "I have met several former evangelical Protestants who have told me that Wright's work in particular helped them to better appreciate the Catholic view of grace."
Also, Taylor Marshall, director of the Catholic Information Center in Washington, D.C., said he speaks with new Catholic converts every month, about half of whom have been "deeply influenced" by Wright. Isn't that interesting?