Lisa’s parents weren’t particularly observant Christians when she was a child, but she did find a way to attend both Catholic and Baptist services with friends whenever she could. In
Fr. Bonaventure Chapman was always a good student in math, and he found the mathematical determinism of John Calvin’s theology appealing from a young age. As he pursued theological studies
Fr. Richard Rojas was a semi-pro skateboarder who found meaning through a personal relationship with Jesus. His first real experience preaching was sharing his testimony at skate rallies. Realizing he
“Jesus Christ’s grace is bigger than anything that you’re going to bring to the table.” -Brother Martin Davis, O.P.
In high school, Brother Martin Davis started to become restless, hopping from church to church to find which denomination might be the one that had the market cornered on truth. A
On May 15, 2016, two days before I turned 58, I was received into the Roman Catholic Church in the parish of the Holy Trinity in Naarden, the Netherlands. On
Maybe you’re like me. Maybe you grew up in North America and lived a sheltered, comfortable life, and God — although you would never say it, or consciously think it
Dr. Joseph Johnson’s route to the Catholic Church was circuitous- he sought community with Jewish Christians, then got his seminary training in the Presbyterian tradition. Along the way, he began
I was raised in a Christian home, the youngest of four children. My dad was, and still is, a minister of a Bible church. He and my mother, both raised
What does “indwelling” mean? What is friendship with God? How does “friendship” help us to know God? Marcus Grodi welcomes former Calvinist Dr. David Anders to this episode of Deep
Brandon grew up in a Christ centered home where he learned the love of Jesus Christ. His father had attended seminary to be a minister, but he chose the of vocation
Women clergy? Responsibility to other Christians? Greet each other with a holy kiss? Marcus Grodi and Dr. Kenneth Howell discuss the last two chapters of the Book of Romans in this episode of Deep in Scripture.
In this episode of Deep in Scripture, former Calvinist ministers Marcus Grodi and Dr. Kenneth Howell discuss Romans 9, which never says that God predestines people to damnation.