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Emails on the Justice of God and “Be Transformed,” Romans 12:1-2

March 5, 2015

Some key points in today’s passage: ... more
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“All wrongdoing is sin, but there is sin that is not deadly,” 1 John 5:16-17

April 28, 2010

Marcus welcomes good friend Dr. Paul Thigpen. Dr. Thigpen was formerly a secular, New Age practitioner when he had his Christian conversion. He became an Evangelical pastor before he made the journey home to the Catholic Church. Marcus and Paul discuss the Catholic Church’s teaching on mortal and venial sin, which is found in the Bible. ... more
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Open Line With Al Kresta, Former Non-Denominational Minister

October 1, 2007

Marcus and Al answer open-line questions from the audience. ... more
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Fr. Richard Barker: Former Presbyterian Who Became a Catholic Priest

September 13, 2004

Father Richard was born and raised in a Presbyterian family in Texas. As a boy he actively participated in Sunday school and youth group. However, like many teen, after high school he drifted away from faith. For 18 years he never attended church. He received the gift of faith while driving home on a Tuesday of Holy Week. He turned a corner and received a call to go to church. He responded to that call on the second Sunday after Easter and is now a Catholic priest. ... more

Open-Line With Tim Staples: Former Assemblies of God Youth Minister

May 7, 2001

Marcus and Tim answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. ... more
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Brian Benoit: Former Baptist Minister

February 18, 2000

Brian was a product of a mixed marriage. His father was Catholic and his mother was a Protestant. As a child he attended a Baptist church. In college he drifted away, not having any time for the Lord. When he was 22, he had a dramatic conversion to Christ. After serving in the military, he attended seminary and was ordained a Baptist minister, in 1980. He pastored for 15 years. While he was pastoring his wife developed an interest in the Catholic faith and joined the Church. In response, John’s congregation fired ... more
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Karl Keating: Life-long Catholic & Apologist

January 2, 1998

Leaving Mass one Sunday in 1979, Karl found anti-Catholic tracts on the windshields of the cars in the church parking lot. In response wrote a tract in defense of the Catholic faith. This was the beginning of Catholic Answers, the largest Catholic apologetics apostolate in the world. Karl is the author of the book “Catholicism and Fundamentalism”. ... more