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AFFL #031 Living Witnesses

My interview with Mary Graham from Real Life Radio’s program Living Witnesses. We discuss my conversion story, Church history, the intersection of science and faith, and putting the pieces of the puzzle together. Links to items discussed on the show: Real Life Radio Living Witnesses with Mary Graham Subscribe to the show at iTunes, or Stitcher, and let us know what you think by giving…

Why I’m Catholic ~ Catholicism and the Reformation

Part 2: Catholicism and the Reformation (This is part two of a three part series.  For part one click here.) Before moving on I should probably note that I’ve always been fairly anti-Catholic. As I said before, growing up I was raised in a context that was dubious about whether or not Catholics were even saved and I was even exposed…

Why I'm Catholic - Context

Why I’m Catholic ~ Context

Your Starting Point Doesn’t Always Determine Your Conclusion… Part 1: Context A pastor friend who had heard of my conversion to Catholicism cautioned me that, “Your starting point always determines your conclusion.”  Often this is a maxim that I would wholeheartedly agree with. I too have recognized that frequently a faulty conclusion is indeed the result of an erroneous starting point. This certainly seems to…

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