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“Hard Verses” with Patrick Madrid

October 22, 2015

Call no man father? Is there salvation outside the Catholic Church? ... more

Dr. Wesley Vincent – Former Fundamentalist & Evangelical

March 2, 2015

As a young boy, Wesley was brought up in a Nazarene church. There he learned the importance of freewill and holiness in the Christian life. Later his parents moved and they began attending a Calvinist Baptist congregation, where he was taught the sovereignty of God, predestination and total depravity. When he was about 12, the family moved back to a Nazarene congregation. From this he gained a realization of the the doctrinal divisions amongst Protestants. While attended Wheaton College, he attended a Presbyterian church seeking worship centered on God. After he ... more
Marcus Grodi DIS Deep in Scripture

“Where sin increased, grace abounded all the more,” Romans 5:12-21

October 31, 2014

Marcus Grodi and Kenneth Howell continue their Bible study of Romans by discussing grace, salvation, mercy, free will, and Hell. ... more

The Consequences of Rejecting the Gospel, Romans 1:18-32 – Deep in Scripture Radio

August 8, 2014

Marcus Grodi and Kenneth Howell discuss what happens when people reject God in rejecting his revelation through natural revelation, the prophets, and through the Gospel itself. ... more

Assurance of Salvation?

June 19, 2014

I recently received an e-mail in which the author spoke about the issue of justification and salvation. He said he understands Catholic doctrine, but has some difficulty in accepting it on an emotional level. ... more
Deep in Scripture

1 Timothy 2 – Salvation and Mediation – Deep in Scripture

February 1, 2014

Saint Paul wrote in his first letter to Timothy that God our savior “desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth”. That the man Christ Jesus “gave himself as a ransom for all men”. What does this mean for all those people who have never heard the Gospel message? Or what about those who have heard – our friends and family – but who have rejected the gospel, rejected God? But there is another topic in this passage as well: How did Saint Paul understand ... more

In Christ and Still Abiding?

July 31, 2013

The reason we must evangelize, with both creative yet charitable strategies,  is because of the biblical concepts of being “in Christ” and “abiding in Christ.” ... more
David Anders

A Protestant Historian Discovers the Catholic Church

February 13, 2012

I grew up an Evangelical Protestant in Birmingham, Alabama. My parents were loving and devoted, sincere in their faith, and deeply involved in our church. They instilled in me a respect for the Bible as the Word of God, and a desire for a living faith in Christ. Missionaries frequented our home and brought their enthusiasm for their work. Bookshelves in our house were filled with theology and apologetics. From an early age, I absorbed the notion that the highest possible calling was to teach the Christian faith. I suppose ... more

Becky Mayhew: Former Southern Baptist

March 29, 2010

After a Southern Baptist tent revival, Becky Mayhew was baptized by her father in the Mississippi River. Performing frequently as a soloist before his sermons, she taught vacation Bible school at age sixteen and began teaching Sunday school at age nineteen. For many years, Becky and her husband Larry enjoyed the quiet lifestyle of a philosophy professor and an English teacher, rearing their son and serving in a Baptist church, where he was ordained as a deacon. When her son married a Catholic, Becky began studying the Catholic faith in ... more