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  • #2028
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    Hey guys! I’m sure you guys know a little bit more about Scott Hahn than I do So I’m wondering…what’s his stance with the Catholic Church? What has he done to be well recognized? What’s his stance with Protestants? Muslims? Mormans? Hope you guys can help out

    #9879
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    what i know is, he claims that when he was protestant, he wasnt just protestant, he was a SERIOUS ANTI-CATHOLIC always trying to convince catholics out of the church and he says he does this out of “charity”

    maybe what made him famous is the fact that his journey was similar to saint paul’s, always persecuting at first and then suddenly struck by the grace of conversion…

    although i dont really know his stance with the non catholics…

    #9881
    "James":34plkyca wrote:
    what’s his stance with the Catholic Church?[/quote:34plkyca]
    He’s now an ardent Catholic apologist.

    "James":34plkyca wrote:
    What has he done to be well recognized?[/quote:34plkyca]
    He has written books, given talks, and is a professor of theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville. As passionately_catholic said he was a staunch anti-Catholic before becoming Catholic. It’s a nice story.

    I totally recommend you read his book Rome Sweet Home. It’s the best easy to understand explanation of the Catholic Church in 182 pages that I’ve ever read. It’s Hahn’s personal journey to Catholicism.

    #9885
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    i’ve only heard dr. hahn’s apologetics talks and never actually read any of his books but his talks are surely interesting, especially the part where he explains how the book of revelations is actually the mass the way the first century Christians saw it, REALLY COOL!!!

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    #9890
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    "passionately_catholic":dh95pcuh wrote:
    he explains how the book of revelations is actually the mass the way the first century Christians saw it, REALLY COOL!!![/quote:dh95pcuh]
    Really? this explains a lot *rolls eyes* are you for real here?
    #9901
    "Papa.Cod":2akwp880 wrote:
    "passionately_catholic":2akwp880 wrote:
    he explains how the book of revelations is actually the mass the way the first century Christians saw it, REALLY COOL!!![/quote:2akwp880]
    Really? this explains a lot *rolls eyes* are you for real here?[/quote:2akwp880]
    Read the book before you criticize.
    #9906
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    "Jon":3n7jauhu wrote:
    Read the book before you criticize.[/quote:3n7jauhu]
    Which one? hahn’s book or revelations?
    #9910
    "Papa.Cod":1orlzt0h wrote:
    "Jon":1orlzt0h wrote:
    Read the book before you criticize.[/quote:1orlzt0h]
    Which one? hahn’s book or revelations?[/quote:1orlzt0h]
    Hahn’s.
    #9913
    Anonymous
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    Well, James was told to read this book and since he’ll be busy with his summer reading, he told me i could read it in the mean time. i bet it wont be as interesting as you guys say it is

    #9921
    Anonymous
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    ^^well it always depends on the person reading it, if you dont think its cool then that’s your taste

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