In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I'm joined by Catholic Answers Senior Apologist Jimmy Akin to unpack his own incredible story as a convert to the Catholic faith. Marked by tragedy and the amazing and miraculous work of the Holy Spirit Jimmy's story is truly unique – and not to be missed.
In this conversation we dive deep into some of the issues the prompted Jimmy to look deeper into his Christian faith and, eventually, consider Catholicism including: authority, the papacy, the Bible, and the nature of the Church as Jimmy tells the story of his conversion from New Age to Protestant Christianity and through a rigorous study, into the Catholic faith.
You really don't want to miss this episode.
For more from Jimmy visit his website. And make sure to check out Why Be Catholic: An Exercise for Evangelicals as well as Jimmy's previous appearances on this program.
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