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New Evangelization and the Human Desire for Christ

Yesterday we began meditating upon strategies of evangelization as we find them in the Acts of the Apostles. We considered how it was the desire for the salvation of the jailer’s soul that kept Paul and Silas in prison, for even when the doors had been opened by the angel, they did not leave. So… Read More »

Are Statues in Catholic Churches “Graven Images?”

We are going to go to Anonymous in Syracuse, Indiana. Anonymous, are you with us? Yes I am. And guess what the question is? The question is: why are you Protestant? Why am I Protestant? Okay, well, like many others, I’m Protestant mostly because I was born Protestant. I was raised in an Anabaptist family.… Read More »

Have the Popes, historically, been good examples for Catholics and Protestants to follow?

>>Ankerberg: Okay, letís get a response.>>Martin: Thereís a severe fallacy in the reasoning. In order to estab¨lish what you just said, you must assume that there is a papacy with the power to do that.>>Pacwa: Yes!>>Martin: Well, I deny the assumption.>>Pacwa: Yes.>>Martin: So…>>Pacwa: Itís a fallacy only if I accept your assumption.>>Martin: Right! Right! Just… Read More »

The Ignatius Bible – RSV Second Catholic Edition

Hi, I’m Kathleen with The Catholic Company and this is the Ignatius Holy Bible. This beautiful Bible contains the Revised Standard Version, Second Catholic Edition. It is made of bonded leather and features gold images of the four Gospels. It also features gold gilded page edges and nine colored maps. The Ignatius Holy Bible would… Read More »

Why Protestant Doctrine Is Manmade

We–now, be careful Andre–we go to Andre, who is traveling on highway 55 heading towards St. Louis. He’s listening on 94.7 FM. Andre, drive carefully; you are on with Tim Staples. Hey guys, thanks so much for taking the call, and let me first begin by saying how much I appreciate the Catholic Church. I… Read More »

Why Do Catholic Bibles Have Seven More Books Than Protestant Bibles?

With that, we go to Rockland, Maine, on The Presence Radio, Linda. Welcome to the show, you’re on the air with Dr. Michael Barber. Hi. Thank you for taking my call. You’re welcome. You sound so calm. I like when you’re on the radio. See, I’m just cuddly. I’m just soft and nerfy, I’ve got… Read More »

Why do Catholics say justification is “infused,” while Protestants say it is “imputed”?

>>Ankerberg: Now, how Catholicism says a person becomes truly righteous within is described by their word under Point #3, which is the word Infusion. By Infusion Catholicism teaches that God’s prevenient grace, or the power of Christ, is infused or placed into the sinner. When this power is given, and the sinner cooperates with this… Read More »

How to Explain Mary’s Importance in Our Lives to a Non-Catholic

Go to Elizabeth in Mandeville, Louisiana, Elizabeth your question for Steve Ray. Yes, first of all, by the way, I met Steve a long time ago, five years ago when he came to New Orleans to do some seminar–a conference, I’m sorry, and it was a very nice experience. Thank you so much, and it’s… Read More »