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Old Aug 18, '07, 10:43 pm
yinekka yinekka is offline
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Thumbs up Dr William Marshner PhD

In the past week I have listened to two archived programmes in which the guest, Dr William Marshner, presented very interesting and informative material and answered all questions put to him very competantly. I particularly liked that he used Catholic theological terminology when answering the questions. I sometimes find the 'Protestant speak' of convert apologists and guests confusing. Yes I know that when speaking to non- Catholics it is easier to reach them using their own terminology but I believe that when speaking to Catholic it is better to use Catholic terminology e.g sanctifying grace, beatific vision etc

Is there any possibility of having Dr Marshner as a guest again?

Dr Marshner,a professor of Theology at Christendom College,
is a long time convert from Lutheranism.

Aug 2, 2000 3:00 PM
Path to Rome: Loving the Church
William Marshner, Ph.D.

Oct 9, 2000 3:00 PM
The Counsel of Church Councils
Answering questions about the various Church Councils
William Marshner, Ph.D
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Old Aug 20, '07, 3:05 pm
Cajun Nick Cajun Nick is offline
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Default Re: Dr William Marshner PhD

Yinekka,

I haven't heard Dr. Marshner yet; but based on your recommendation I just downloaded "The Counsel of Church Councils", and, hopefully, I'll get to listen to it before the end of the week.

If you haven't heard Michael Barber and Brant Pitre (who were did a show on the priesthood - Aug. 13, 2007), I will suggest them to you. Those two guys are really great. They are full of insight that I haven't heard any where else.
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Old Aug 21, '07, 5:01 am
yinekka yinekka is offline
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Thanks for the recommendation Nick, I'll be sure to listen to the programme. Let me know what you think of Dr Marshner.
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Old Aug 21, '07, 7:37 am
Jerry Usher Jerry Usher is offline
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Default Re: Dr William Marshner PhD

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In the past week I have listened to two archived programmes in which the guest, Dr William Marshner, presented very interesting and informative material and answered all questions put to him very competantly. I particularly liked that he used Catholic theological terminology when answering the questions. I sometimes find the 'Protestant speak' of convert apologists and guests confusing. Yes I know that when speaking to non- Catholics it is easier to reach them using their own terminology but I believe that when speaking to Catholic it is better to use Catholic terminology e.g sanctifying grace, beatific vision etc

Is there any possibility of having Dr Marshner as a guest again?

Dr Marshner,a professor of Theology at Christendom College,
is a long time convert from Lutheranism.

Aug 2, 2000 3:00 PM
Path to Rome: Loving the Church
William Marshner, Ph.D.

Oct 9, 2000 3:00 PM
The Counsel of Church Councils
Answering questions about the various Church Councils
William Marshner, Ph.D
Wow, it's been THAT long since we had Dr. Marshner on the show? Shame on us! We'll work to correct that as soon as possible. Thanks for the reminder, yinekka!

God bless.

Jerry
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Old Mar 30, '08, 6:20 pm
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Wow, it's been THAT long since we had Dr. Marshner on the show? Shame on us! We'll work to correct that as soon as possible. Thanks for the reminder, yinekka!

God bless.

Jerry
Hey Gerry,

You any nearer to getting Dr. Marshner on the show!

Just thought I would remind you. Btw Gerry here is a thread I started I think you will find it interesting:

http://forums.catholic.com/showthrea...ighlight=radio


God bless,

Eric
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