Deep in Scripture: Listener Q&A – 06/18/2008 – Baptism, Suffering, Family Issues, Should we take the Bible Literally, Developing a Bible study

June 18, 2008 | no responses

Marcus Grodi and Jim Anderson in this special summer format, invite listeners to call in and ask Scripture questions, such as What to do with a toddler at Mass? The need for Sunday Mass attendance? Do we read the Bible literally or as mythical stories? How do I start a Bible study? What is the Catholic Church’s teaching on Baptism?

Deep in Scripture – 06/11/2008 – St. Paul’s words to the leaders of the Church

June 11, 2008 | no responses

Marcus Grodi and Jim Anderson wrap up their study of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians by discussing verses 6: 21-24.

Steve Ray: Typology and a “Visible Church” – Deep in Scripture – 04/30/2008

April 30, 2008 | no responses

Marcus Grodi welcomes Baptist convert Steve Ray to discuss the Bible verses Mr. Ray “never saw” as a Protestant, particularly those that deal with the topics of typology and “the visible church.”

Deep in Scripture Radio – 11/15/2006 – Pro-Life Discussion

November 15, 2006 | no responses

Marcus Grodi and Jim Anderson continue their discussion of the Gospel of Matthew by discussing verses 7: 13-23, wrapping up the Sermon on the Mount. The discussion move in the direction of pro-life current events.

James & Joanna Bogle: A Life-long Catholic and a former Anglican – The Journey Home Program

March 17, 2003 | no responses

James Bogle was raised a Scottish Anglican in Australia. His public school education did not serve him well in developing an interior life. A good friend in college started reading Malcolm Muggeridge and soon they were both interested in the Catholic Church. His friend eventually entered the Church and is now a priest. It took […]

Marcus Grodi: The Verses I Never Saw: The Journey Home Program

December 16, 2002 | no responses

In this episode of the Journey Home, Marcus discusses the “Verses He Never Saw” when he was a Protestant. These were passages of the Bible that were difficult or impossible to understand as a Protestant and only are understandable in their fullness from a Catholic perspective. He talks about Hebrews 6:4; 1 Timothy 3:15; 2 […]

Terry Meade: Assembly of God Evangelist Who Is Now Catholic – The Journey Home Program

October 14, 2002 | no responses

Terry is a former Pentecostal Evangelist. He was raised in the Assembly of God tradition. At the age of twelve he made the decision to center his life on Christ. It wasn’t until he was 29 that he preached his first message. As an Assembly of God evangelist he helped bring many Catholics into his […]

Harry Crocker: An Anglican Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

September 16, 2002 | no responses

Harry was brought up Anglican and was an active communicant all his adult life. The catalyst that pushed him to search and discover the truth and authority of the Catholic Church was the ordination of women in his former denomination. Harry is an author and editor for Regnery Publishing. At the time of this broadcast […]

Marcus Grodi: Presbyterian Minister Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

July 22, 2002 | no responses

Marcus answers questions solo from the Journey Home audience. Marcus was reared Lutheran but, while in college, accepted Christ in a Charismatic Congregational church. After attending Gordon-Conwell seminary he was ordained a Congregational minister. Seeking doctrinal authority he became a Presbyterian minister. Still frustrated with his inability to know for certain whether what he preached […]

Marty Franklin: Evangelical Missionary Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

June 10, 2002 | no responses

Born in Salt Lake City, Marty was introduced to Christ by his parents and grandparents. After attending Moody Bible Institute, he and his wife, Kristine, traveled to Guatemala. The contradictory doctrines of competing missionaries began Kristine’s and his search for God’s authentic authority in the Church. This journey led them home the Christ’s Catholic Church.

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