A Presbyterian Questions Total Depravity which Leads to Theology of the Body and Catholicism, part three
The final installment of Miriam Braswell’s inspiring journey from the Presbyterian faith to Catholicism. Discovering truth is an adventure, and Miriam can attest to the excitement and joy that comes with life’s most important journey, home to the Catholic faith.
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Converting to Catholicism
Questions to Consider
Why do you think many intellectuals have converted to the Catholic faith? (Peter Kreeft, Scott Hahn, and historically John Henry Newman)
What is the main reason people convert to Catholicism?
Are there historical facts that most people overlook on this topic?
Where does Scripture play into the story of most converts?
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Life is full of curve balls, but at the end of the day, we can look up and hear God say, “I got this.” And indeed, He does have us in the palm of His hands, even when there is a lot of pain to get us there. Trust Him always, and let the rest of life’s details iron out on there own.
A Presbyterian Questions Total Depravity which Leads to Theology of the Body and Catholicism, part two
The second installment of a college student’s journey to the Catholic Church and the influence of Theology of the Body on this generation.
A Presbyterian Questions Total Depravity which Leads to Theology of the Body and Catholicism, part one
So do we have free will…? The first of many questions that eventually…