Evangelical Compromise reviews the ecumenical documents “Evangelicals and Catholics Together” (signed by prominent evangelical and Catholic leaders in 1994) and “The Gift of Salvation” (a joint statement produced in 1997). This booklet presents an important case study regarding cooperative efforts of evangelism and moral influence in society. When do such well-intentioned efforts go astray? What doctrines may be ignored in such efforts? And which ones must be maintained, even to the point of separation from such cooperation? This will help readers discern situations when “doctrine divides” for valid scriptural reasons, and that “love” must never lead to a compromise of biblical truth. When evangelicals and Catholics use the terms grace and justification, they do not mean the same thing at all!