078: Answering Evangelical Questions about Catholicism (w/ Austin Suggs)

078: Answering Evangelical Questions about Catholicism (w/ Austin Suggs) September 23, 2020

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic Podcast, I’m joined by Austin Suggs from the incredible YouTube channel Gospel Simplicity.

Austin is an evangelical, he’s a theology student at Moody Bible Institute and he first came onto my radar when he made a video about his experience at a Catholic Bible study. Austin is honest, humble, and willing to build bridges and have cordial conversations about Protestant and Catholicism differences and divisions.

We arranged this conversation to talk about some common Catholic misconceptions and to clear them up, as best as I could, in order to help us understand each other better. It was a fun conversation, a great dialogue, even though I did way too much of the talking!

I hope you enjoy it.

To see more from Austin, and to watch a video version of this conversation, head over to his YouTube channel Gospel Simplicity.

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