079: Christianity Today Editor Becomes Catholic (w/ Mark Galli)

079: Christianity Today Editor Becomes Catholic (w/ Mark Galli) September 30, 2020

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic Podcast, I’m joined by the former editor of the evangelical flagship Christianity Today, Mark Galli, to talk about his conversion to the Catholic Church.

Mark spent 10 years as a Protestant pastor, 20 years editing the world’s largest evangelical publication, and has recently come into full communion with the Catholic Church. We unpack his journey, the reasons behind his decision, and some of the questions, challenges, and problems he faced in his Protestant faith which ultimately led him into Catholicism.

It was an absolute privilege to talk to Mark and I hope you enjoy our conversation!

For more from Mark visit his website.

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