One of the more common objections we receive from non-Catholics is that we call our priests “father,” because doesn’t Jesus stress in Matthew 23:9, “You must call no one on earth your father….”?
Marcus and Ken answer open-line questions from the audience. Reared in a Protestant home, in his late teens Dr. Howell had a deep sense of the grace of God in his life and loved to read the Sacred Scriptures. He attended Westminster Theological Seminary, in Philadelphia and was ordained a Presbyterian (PCA) pastor, in 1978. […]
Marcus and Rosalind answer open-line questions from the audience. Rosalind was reared in a Jewish home in Brooklyn. At a young age he became an agnostic. In the mid-70′s, through the witness of her brother and other Jewish Christians, she accepted Jesus as the Messiah. In the 1990′s, again through the witness of her brother, […]
Marcus and Dr. Marshner answer open-line questions of the audience. Born in Baltimore, Dr. Marshner was raised in the Lutheran Church. He pursued his undergraduate studies at Gettysburg College as a pre-ministerial student. An interest in Old Testament exegesis led him to postpone entry into the Lutheran seminary in order to pursue a degree at […]
Charles was born and raised Catholic. When he went to college he began to question his Catholic faith and the existence of God. His study of astronomy and the glory of the universe began to soften his heart to God. Slowly, the Holy Spirit guided him, firstly to believe in God, then the authority of […]