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Justification and Salvation
Detail from The Ghent Altarpiece by Hubert and Jan van Eyck. This is one of the greatest pieces of art. Ever.
Karlo Broussard is going to have regular appearances on Catholic Answers LIVE radio program again this year.
For those who don’t remember, Karlo is a great, young apologist. He’s appeared several times on Catholic Answers LIVE in the past; and he’s had articles appear in This Rock magazine of Catholic apologetics. He also was a featured speaker for St. Joseph Communications. Karlo was a guest speaker for VPCYG last year.
All this from a Cajun from Crowely — who used to head up his own Cajun band before his conversion experience.
Karlo’s new year on Catholic radio starts off tomorrow (Friday, Jan. 23) with a show about something that should interest us all: Justification and Salvation. His segment will be from 6:00-7:00 pm CST (4:00-5:00 pm PST).
You can listen to the show live over the internet; or you can wait until it’s over and download it to listen to on your computer, mp3 player, or put on a compact disc. If you want to listen live, then simply click the “Listen Live” icon at the top of the calendar.
If you want to listen to the program (or any other show) after it has already aired, then here’s how to listen:
- Simply click on the title of the show on the calendar.
- Then, a window will pop up containing a description of the show.
- Scroll down a little.
- If you want to stream the show right there, left-click where it says “Listen (Real)”.
- If you want to save it to a mp3 player or burn it to a CD, then RIGHT-CLICK where it says “Listen (MP3)”. A menu will pop up. Choose the “Save as” option; give it a file name; and save it where ever you want so that you can listen later.
Now, if you want to do a little homework before the program so that you can call in with your questions (hint, hint), let me provide you with a couple of articles to read.
- “Justification: Setting the Record Straight” in which Jimmy Akin explains the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification.
- “It’s Not Over ’til It’s Over” in which Tim Staples examines the Once Saved/Always Saved Protestant doctrine.
- “Is Salvation an Act or a Process?” by Kenneth J. Howell.
- The Catholic Encyclopedia articles on “Justification“, “Sanctifying Grace“, and “Salvation“.
I hope that you can listen – if not live, then at least later.