In God’s Two Books, Kenneth Howell offers a historical analysis of how sixteenth- and seventeenth-century astronomers and theologians in Northern Protestant Europe used science and religion to challenge and support one another.
Historian Dr. Kenneth Howell describes how historical myths play a part in the perception of the Catholic Faith and gives insight into seeking truth throughout history. He explores first the “Galileo Affair” and then looks back at worship and Church government in early Christianity to demonstrate the fundamental importance not just of knowing historical data but being deep in the historical faith.
This week on Deep In Scripture Radio: Your host Marcus Grodi invites Dr. Kevin Vost onto the program to discuss scripture passages from the second letter to the Ephesians.
Kevin Vost was raised Catholic, but was led away from the Church by the partial truths of atheistic philosophy. He stayed there 25 years, until Christ led him to philosophers and theologians who re-opened his eyes to the profound truth and wisdom of the Church he left behind.
A former university psychology professor and American Mensa Research Review Committee Member, Dr. Vost is the author of Catholic books including Memorize the Faith!, Fit for Eternal Life, Unearthing Your Ten Talents,From Atheism to Catholicism, and coming soon, St. Albert the Great, and Tending the Temple (with Peggy Bowes).
Marcus welcomes former Church of Christ minister Bruce Sullivan to Deep in Scripture to discuss “the verses he never saw,” particularly Genesis 1: 14-19, and the topic of faith and reason.
Gloria was brought in the Baptist church in Kentucky. In college she lost her faith, because she had no foundation to defend the faith. After several years, the misery of her life brought her to her knees and back to Jesus. She had been studying modern art in New York. After her conversion she turned […]