I recently “came out of the closet” as a tentative Young Earth Creationist, and so I asked Joel if he’d like to discuss it. He agreed and this is our friendly chat. Joel and Alan’s “Religious Debate” channel: Religious Debate
I met Ken Hensley on the Coming Home Network online community. Ken does pastoral care, manages online communities, writes apologetics articles, leads retreats and pilgrimages and much more for the CHNetwork. It was a real pleasure meeting him.Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2019-01-03 – Ken Hensley”
In this Meta episode I flesh out the three steps to Roman Catholicism after allowing Satan to strip me of all my faith and (almost) all of my reason.Continue reading “CVS Meta – 2019-01-20 – Doubt and the architecture of belief”
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”
This is part 2 because it’s the second episode featuring Chris on my podcast, but in reality this is an interview that Chris did of me for his awesome Catholic podcast: Catholic Real. Check it out.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2018-08-25 – Christopher Agron Part 2”
This Meta episode takes you behind the curtain of my mind, into the realm of ideas that fuel my quest for truth and understanding. I discuss three faculties of the human soul: Doubt, Faith, and Reason, and the imbalanced worldviews that result if we neglect one or more of these.
Seth reached out to me on Facebook because he heard my call-in to the Atheist Experience. Seth is my first explicitly faithful Catholic guest. He’s only 23 years old and was home-schooled in an orthodox Catholic family in Ohio. I enjoyed our pleasant but brief chat.
I met Renaud at a “Skeptics in the Pub” meetup, which is run by an Atheist group. I wanted to interview him because when I first met him he was very aggressive. He turned out to be very gentle and calm. He was patient with me. Nice guy.