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“You hold fast to the Bible, but where does your Bible come from?” – Jim Anderson

January 16, 2015 3 Comments

Grateful for the gifts of faith in Christ, Baptism, and a love for the Bible which he received as a Methodist and later a Lutheran, Jim Anderson discusses some of the influences of his decision to join the Catholic Church.  Part of this process was the realization that the book he held to be most important, namely the Bible, didn’t appear in a vacuum, but was codified and safeguarded by Catholic bishops.  If he could trust them to assemble the Bible, what else could he trust them with?

Read his full story here: Delving Deep into History

Video: Jim Anderson on The Journey Home

  • Well done, Jim.

    Thank you for your words of witness.

  • Hi Jim,
    I like your story. Would like to know more if I may? Blessings, respect and prayers, Wayne.
    P.S. I need to do my story to. Just a lot to it. People that know some of my story, tell me it would be a good book and say it is powerful. So I may do a book some time. And some of it is in a friends book that is out.