Scripture and the Early Church – Fr. Mitch Pacwa

January 15, 2015 | 5 Comments

As a scholar of ancient and Middle Eastern history, culture, and religion, Fr. Mitch Pacwa examines the phenomenon of Sacred Scripture and the ramifications of the translation and interpretation of

Four Witnesses Brought Me Home – Rod Bennett

By Rod Bennett
December 30, 2014 | 7 Comments

Former Southern Baptist Rod Bennett used to believe that the Catholic Church was the result of the “Great Apostasy.” However, as he was lead to read the works of the earliest Christians, he realized that the Early Church actually resembled Catholic beliefs and traditions! Here he gives a deep look into the early church and the Great Apostasy (that wasn’t).

How Do We Know the Early Church? – Dr William Marshner

By Dr. William Marshner
December 04, 2014 | No Comments

Former Lutheran scholar Dr. William Marshner explores the sources of information about the early church used by early Christian historians. How did early Christians learn and pass on the faith?

Scripture and Liturgy

By Dr. Scott Hahn
November 05, 2014 | No Comments

Dr. Hahn discusses how his study of typology and the interconnectedness of the Old and New testaments pointed him, at every turn, toward the historic Catholic Church. He shows the place of tradition in Christian life and how scripture is fundamentally connected to liturgy. He concludes with a discussion of the sacramentality of marriage and the powerful daily liturgy we are called to in the domestic church.

History and the Necessity of Continuity – Fr. Ray Ryland

By Fr. Ray Ryland
October 09, 2014 | No Comments

Fr. Ray Ryland, a convert from the Anglican Church, talks about the importance of continuity within Christianity and Christian history. He explores the concept of the Church as the Mystical Body

Authentic vs. Inauthentic Renewal – Fr. Benedict Groeschel

By Fr. Benedict Groeschel
September 23, 2014 | 4 Comments

Recognizing that the Church was certainly in need of renewal at the end of the fifteenth century, we will examine the movements of authentic renewal that were rising to address the problems.

Becoming Deep in History

By Dr. Kenneth Howell
August 26, 2014 | No Comments

Are you a Christian living in continuity or discontinuity? Former Presbyterian pastor Dr. Kenneth Howell discusses the importance of and strategy for learning and living deep in the history of Christianity.

The Thread that Binds Literary Converts – Joseph Pearce

By Joseph Pearce
August 12, 2014 | No Comments

Joseph Pearce offers insight into the roots and context of the Catholic literary revival of the 19th and 20th century. He then surveys some of this period’s notable and remarkably numerous converts to the Catholic Church.

Peter, the Rock, the Keys, and the Chair – Steve Ray

By Steve Ray
July 29, 2014 | No Comments

Biblical scholar and Holy Land pilgrimage leader Steve Ray delves into the Jewish roots of the papacy, namely “the keys”, “the rock”, and “the chair”. Ray, a former Baptist, draws from his trips to the Holy Land to bring to life the commissioning of Peter as the first pope using vivid historical and contextual highlights.

Breaking Through the Myths of History

By Dr. Kenneth Howell
July 10, 2014 | One Comment

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.

Deep in History Discussion Panel on Sola Scriptura

July 05, 2011 | 3 Comments

A special panel of Catholic converts discuss the topic of Sola Scriptura or “Bible Alone”.

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