Dr. Bryan Cross – Former Pentecostal, Reformed Presbyterian and Anglican
As a young man raised in the Pentecostal tradition, Dr. Bryan Cross felt called to serve the poor overseas as a medical missionary. However, as he was wrestling with issues of faith, and studying the human body, he began to ponder the metaphysical meaning of the human person as a combination of invisible and visible realities. He realized he needed to do more studies in philosophy, and began attending a Reformed seminary. That line of exploration led him to the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas, Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, and eventually the Catholic Church.
If you’re someone who’s interested in philosophy, and getting down to the metaphysics of what it means to be a human person, you’ll thoroughly enjoy Dr. Cross’s episode!