by C Michael PattonJanuary 25th, 2013
I just sat down after a long day’s events. Phew! What a day. As part of the “Converse with Scholars” series at the Credo House, our special guest for an entire day of festivities was Justo Gonzalez. For those of you who don’t know him, shame on you! Here is a list of some of [...]
by C Michael PattonOctober 9th, 2009
Here is something that you may yet to have heard of. It is the supposed worlds in in 2012 predicted by the Mayan calendar. There is a 200 million dollar moving coming out at Christmas about this. It is something about which pastors and, indeed, all Christians need to be aware. Mark was invited to [...]
by C Michael PattonJune 26th, 2007
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by C Michael PattonJune 18th, 2007
Purchase the Book J.P. Considers this one his most important works. It should be a great broadcast. All are welcome. Find out how to join.
by C Michael PattonJune 4th, 2007
Broadcast #26: Tom Schreiner talks about the Protestant doctrine of justification and the current state of the Evangelical-Catholic dialogue. Converse with Scholars RSS feed | Tom Schreiner Page
by C Michael PattonMay 29th, 2007
Considering the recent conversion of Francis Beckwith to Roman Catholicism, we have asked Dr. Tom Schreiner to join the program once again this Thursday evening on Converse with Scholars to discuss the Reformed doctrine of Justification. We will focus our concern on the differences between the Roman Catholic view and that of the Reformers. That [...]
by C Michael PattonMay 6th, 2007
Considering the issues that have come up concerning Beckwith’s conversion/return to Catholicism, I suggest that we understand the essential differences between Protestants and Catholics. Theology Unplugged put together a series devoted to this a few months ago. They are all available on MP3. If you have time, listen to them. They can be found here.
by C Michael PattonMarch 26th, 2007
Since Sam Storms is our special guest on Converse with Scholars this week, I thought that I would introduce you to him by pointing you to his website: http://www.enjoyinggodministries.com. This website has a wealth of theological, biblical, and historical material that is of the highest quality. I encourage you all to visit the site in preparation for [...]