Jessica Ptomey skipped around denominations growing up, and each of them seemed to have a slightly different take on what happens to lifelong Christians who die without being completely sinless.
As a nondenominational pastor, David Sanborn understood the idea of the love, mercy compassion of Jesus, but was a little taken aback at the idea that Catholics had a devotion
As he began to really study Catholicism, Nathaniel Hurd, who had grown up mostly agnostic, was pleasantly surprised to find out just how practical the sacramental theology of the Church
Though raised Catholic, Jeff Cavins didn’t really “get” the idea of the Holy Spirit until an experience at a Catholic Charismatic conference when he was 18. In his youthful zeal,
As an atheist, it wasn’t that John Knutsen hadn’t thought about the Big Questions; it’s that he had thought very hard about them, and didn’t think they led to the
What’s the difference between the roles of Protestant pastors and Catholic priests? There are many different understandings out there, but as a Christian Reformed minister, Dr. John Bergsma saw as