The Cordial Catholic

037: Answering Biblical Objections to Catholic Beliefs - Part 1 (w/ Karlo Broussard)

December 11, 2019
The Cordial Catholic
037: Answering Biblical Objections to Catholic Beliefs - Part 1 (w/ Karlo Broussard)
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The Cordial Catholic
037: Answering Biblical Objections to Catholic Beliefs - Part 1 (w/ Karlo Broussard)
Dec 11, 2019
K. Albert Little
In this episode, I'm joined by Catholic Answers apologist Karlo Broussard to discuss some of the most difficult biblical objections to the Catholic faith including the invisible church, the papacy, forgiveness for sins, and understanding tradition.
Show Notes

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic Podcast I'm joined by Catholic Answers Apologist Karlo Broussard to talk about some of the most difficult biblical objections to Catholic beliefs.

In this episode, we discuss biblical objections such as:

  • Paul rebuked Peter so how can Peter be the first Pope?
  • Jesus said "where two or three are gathered there I am" so how can the church be hierarchical?
  • Jesus said that tradition nullifies the Word of God so isn't tradition bad?
  • How can a priest forgive sins when only God can do that?

For more from Karlo visit his website. Also see Catholic Answers. And, buy Karlo's fantastic new book Meeting the Protestant Challenge.

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