Marcus and Rob answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. Rob was reared first in the United Church of Canada and later the Anglican Church. In high school and college he stopped practicing any faith and became deeply involved in drugs and alcohol. While working in London, England, the Holy Spirit began to work […]
Rick was born into a Methodist family, which left because of a parish scandal. At the age of 13, bought a King James Bible after watching a TV evangelist. Later he joined a Baptist church but left it in college because of questions over fundamentalism. He then attended a Presbyterian church, which had no problems […]
Dr. Oddie was educated in a Nonconformist (Congregational) school. In rebellion, he became a self-styled atheist and secular humanist. Something of a mid-life crisis and reading C. S. Lewis brought him to faith in God through Jesus Christ. His newfound faith eventually led him to be ordained in the Church of England. Another crisis, sparked […]
Shawn’s father was Protestant and his mother Catholic. As a child he was allowed to decide his own faith. He chose to be a Non-denominational Evangelical because he felt that their services were more interesting and easier to understand. While in college he was active in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, but soon found himself in limbo […]
Marcus and Rick answer questions from the Journey Home audience. Rick is a life-long Catholic, educational researcher and psychologist. He and Marcus discuss problems of modernist thinking and the humanist movement. They also discuss various schools of psychology.
Raised in Alabama, John was brought up Catholic but stopped practicing the Faith in college. He earned an MBA from the University of Alabama, started a career in the defense industry before returning to begin a PhD program in finance at the University of North Carolina. He was outside of the Church for 13 years […]