Flat Earth Runner left a comment on my YouTube channel with a link to one of his comedy roasts. I immediately asked him to be my guest and he agreed. As you might have guessed from his name, Flat Earth Runner believes that the Earth is flat. He is also a self-taught non-denominational Christian. I enjoyed meeting him.Continue reading “Catholic vs. Protestant – 2019-01-12 – Flat Earth Runner”
I never expected a self-proclaimed Christian, much less one who has experience debating, to hang up on me mid conversation; but that’s what happened when I asked this guy why he rejects the doctrine of the Real Presence.Continue reading “Catholic vs. Protestant – 2019-01-26 – Post Mortem”
I met Paul on The Coming Home Network’s online community. I asked him to come on my show and tell my listeners a little bit about his conversion, and he was gracious enough to accept. This is his story. Please visit turnkeough.com for more information, including links to his Journey Home episode, and more.Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2018-12-22 – Paul Keough”
I met Minh Ho at a Christian Meetup group about two years ago. At first I had no idea he was Catholic, but I have been enjoying getting to know him and discovering his unique approach to Bible Study, particularly as concerns the Torah, or the first five books of the Old Testament.
I met Shane on YouTube. He identifies as a combination of Gnostic and Baptist. Among other things, Shane believes that Satan is not pure spirit, but has a human form with both male and female sexual organs. He was friendly, and we got along well in spite of our theological differences.
Impromptu Meditations on the Word of God
I met Jana through Ben. She studied religion, but worked in television. She became a therapist after doing group-therapy as a research project for the “Being Erica” TV show, which Jana created and wrote. She is culturally Jewish, but identifies as a hedonist. It was a real pleasure chatting with her.
It’s been more than a year since Ben’s first interview, so I reached out to do part 2. We talked mostly about Jordan Peterson’s ideas and how they relate to recent developments in the Unitarian Universalist (UU) world.
I met Jerry on Facebook, through my friend and recent guest, Thoth. Jerry lives in Taiwan with his wife and their 14-year-old twin boys. He describes himself as a non-Denominational Christian, but has some Calvinist leanings. I forgot to ask him about free will. Next time, perhaps.
I met Thoth about 20 years ago when we were both agnostics. I met him through the University of Concordia Film department. Because of his sensitive creative nature, he has a lively sense of humour and a fresh way of seeing things. He now lives in Taiwan.