87. A Catholic and a Mormon

My guest, Vic Scaravilli, is a Catholic interested in Catholic apologetics, with an interest in Mormon claims and belief. This was my first Catholic guest in 29 years. We discussed:

  • Are Mormons Christians?
  • Defining Christ and Christian
  • Question of diversity on Jesus in the New Testament
  • Considering the view of Jesus found in Mark, Could the author of that work be considered a Christian?
  • Origins of the New Testament canon
  • Questions of Authority
  • When do Mormons claim the Church apostatized?

Talk Show host: Van Hale, LDS

Mormon Miscellaneous Worldwide Talk Show, 31 May 2009.
Podcast address: http://mormonmisc.podbean.com

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