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Default Akin's Q&A at Protestant seminary.

I listened to the Dec. 10. 1999 CAL and it begins with Jimmy Akin talking about how he did a Q&A at a Protestant seminary the previous day. Johnny indicated that it was taped.

Does anyone know where I can obtain a copy of that Q&A ??

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Wow, I'd love to hear that, as well!
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I listened to the Dec. 10. 1999 CAL and it begins with Jimmy Akin talking about how he did a Q&A at a Protestant seminary the previous day. Johnny indicated that it was taped.

Does anyone know where I can obtain a copy of that Q&A ??

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If it exists many of these things are sold as a CD.
Also many protestant sites will frequently have mp3, etc of the same recorded event offered for free download on their site. These recorded events are invariably debates between two prominent but opposed speakers: Catholic vs. Protestant.
There are plenty of Catholic vs. Protestant debates on the internet just the main players change. Fr Mitch Pacwa vs. Dr.Walter Martin (THE Bible Answer Man: radio show) woul be an oldy but a goody~ appx 1987.
Tim Staples vs. James White etc, etc.

Finding this stuff, minimum of 20-30 minutes creatively digging/searching through google. But more than likely 2-3 hours. You may even get lucky and find it on Youtube.

Nobody is going to do it for you or luckily pull the answer out of their backpocket.

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If it exists many of these things are sold as a CD.
Also many protestant sites will frequently have mp3, etc of the same recorded event offered for free download on their site. These recorded events are invariably debates between two prominent but opposed speakers: Catholic vs. Protestant.
There are plenty of Catholic vs. Protestant debates on the internet just the main players change. Fr Mitch Pacwa vs. Dr.Walter Martin (THE Bible Answer Man: radio show) woul be an oldy but a goody~ appx 1987.
Tim Staples vs. James White etc, etc.
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Just listened to the Fr Mitch Pacwa V. Dr. Walter Martin. Really worth a listen. Both sides are well informed and developed.
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many of the debates offered in CD form for payment can frequently be dredged up for free on the interent. The rewards go to diligent searchers.

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Here's what a quick search turned up: http://www.philvaz.com/apologetics/audio.htm

Just think what a diligent search might uncover!
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Take a listen to Frank Beckwith and Timothy George on "Can You Be Catholic and Evangelical?" on www.philvaz.com.

Tough questions.
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Here's what a quick search turned up: http://www.philvaz.com/apologetics/audio.htm

Just think what a diligent search might uncover!
That site will fill in some spare time nicely.
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Thanks for the info! We could use you in our group, the Corapi-ites!
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thanks for the information. God Bless
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I listened to the Dec. 10. 1999 CAL and it begins with Jimmy Akin talking about how he did a Q&A at a Protestant seminary the previous day. Johnny indicated that it was taped.

Does anyone know where I can obtain a copy of that Q&A ??

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What would you say is the most powerful, convincing thing that Akin has to say?

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