Skip to comments.Why a Protestant Pastor Became Catholic - Dr. Scott Hahn
Posted on 01/31/2013 7:01:05 PM PST by Heart-Rest
Dr. Scott Hahn has a number of different recorded talks where he discusses his conversion from being an Evangelical Protestant Pastor to becoming an ordinary Catholic layman. Some of those talks tend to focus more precisely on that specific period from when he was already a Protestant Pastor through his actual conversion to the Catholic faith, but this audio recording has a broader focus, and includes a longer period in his life, including some of the foibles of his youth.
(This was originally just an audio recording, to which the "youtube" poster added some unusual slides for their "youtube video", but I'm just trying to draw attention here to the audio portion, not the visual slides from this youtube poster. Ignore the slides, and just focus on the audio.)
Thought you folks might want to listen to this talk, and possibly share it with others.
Looks like Hahn’s conversion has been good for business, his speaking and writing business. Just sayin.....
Scott Hahn is also a professor at Stubenville.
Protestants don’t write books?
Eucharist, Holy Meal
Scott Hahn on Our Lady
The found soul of Scott Hahn
The Lost Soul of Scott Hahn
Eucharist in the Pontificate of Benedict XVI (Commentary by Scott Hahn)
Do the Fathers Support Scott Hahns Theory?
Do the Fathers Support Scott Hahn's "Dragon" Theory?
The Scott Hahn Conversion Story
Our Father - In Heaven (Dr. Scott Hahn)
An Urgent Note >From Scott Hahn
Well, if you want to get a free CD of another Scott Hahn talk about his conversion, you can go here:
I have too, and I totally agree with you.
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Thanks for those “Scott Hahn” links, Salvation! There’s a wealth of material to read there.
You missed the point...he turned his whole conversion thing into a cottage industry.
You mean he was blessed for his newfound faith and obedience? I thought many Christians of many denominations aren’t opposed to that. I’ve heard several talk about the blessings (financial among them) that they receive when they walk by faith. You seem opposed to that, at least for Hahn. I sincerely apologize if I am misunderstanding your point.
Well, to be truly accurate, most of Hahn's books and talks are NOT about his conversion.
We are all free (as Americans) to give talks and write books and make videos as part of our working income strategies, but whether people actually want to acquire them and make use of them is entirely up to the buyers.
(For an interesting comparison, sometime just do a quick search on Amazon for "Billy Graham" books and audios/videos.)
The same could be said about CS Lewis...
What about Protestant authors??
Or other authors of secular literature?
Was Henry Wadsworth Longfellow sinning because he had the talent to write poetry?
What about Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg address? Was that a sin because he was able to write and give it?
Do you see that you are either Catholic bashing or that your logic might be flawed?
....and we are free to give opinions on message boards too, in case you haven't notice. I am quite sure I never said anything about rights.....
Uh, no Joe, CS wrote nothing that I am aware of transitioning from one denomination to another. I believe his works were what we call “apologetics” as in the transition from atheist to Christian. Totally flawed 100 per cent bad analogy.
Sin? Did I mention sin? Why are you obsessed with sin? If you want to chat, stay on the subject.