From Atheist to Southern Baptist to Catholic Christian (Devin Rose)

Devin Rose, the author of If Protestantism is True, is a former atheist, turned evangelical, turned Catholic apologist. He is a remarkably charitable gentlem…
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25 Responses to “From Atheist to Southern Baptist to Catholic Christian (Devin Rose)”

  • Jack Landwehr says:

    Welcome home to the Church of Jesus Christ 

  • Rosario Toralti says:

    seems to me this whole “lay catholic apologist movement” is just a offshot
    of the bigger motivational speaker buisness is just a kind of show
    buisness, an entertianment, like the chistian folk music buisness. im not
    buying this, its just weak
    like really weak tea, thin soup, no salt, just really lame

  • James Ryan says:

    this is fascinating story. Loved it.

  • MyVenkman says:

    Welcome to the family and peace be with you.

  • Surfxeo says:

    No, those are Jesus words and they are John’s words. 1 John 2:19–20 19 They
    went out from us, but they were not really of us; for if they had been of
    us, they would have remained with us; but they went out, so that it would
    be shown that they all are not of us. 20 But you have an anointing from the
    Holy One, and you all know. No one comes to Christ unless they are chosen
    by the Father and drawn by the Holy Spirit. Not one of them is lost, all
    are raised to life (John 6:37-39, 44).

  • dakota parris says:

    If you think atheism is normal, you are seriously messed up.

  • SandritaRowan26 says:

    @ThyFeeling: This is all confirmed by Revelation 1:1, which says: “The
    revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show to his servants what
    must soon take place; and he made it known by sending his angel to his
    servant John, “

  • SandritaRowan26 says:

    @ThyFeeling: “How the faithful city has become a harlot, she that was full
    of justice! Righteousness lodged in her, but now murderers.”

  • MrJohndl says:

    How very depressing! You started out as an atheist ( I prefer the term
    normal) and ended up as a bloody catholic! WTF? Poor man.

  • piontl says:

    Know how to say but don’t know the meaning!

  • SandritaRowan26 says:

    @ThyFeeling: If you look at the very last line (verse 17) above, you will
    see that the Whore of Babylon is a “great city that has dominion over the
    Kings of the earth”. Now we all have to ask ourselves if the Vatican has
    any dominion over any Kings of the earth today.

  • SandritaRowan26 says:

    @ThyFeeling: So which city is John talking about anyway? The 7 mountains
    that the Whore sits on with the 7 Kings gives us a clue. The Vatican does
    not sit on one of the 7 hills of Rome, which are Aventine Hill, Caelian
    Hill, Capitoline Hill, Esquiline Hill, Palatine Hill, Quirinal Hill, and
    Viminal Hill.

  • sedevacantist1 says:

    Seek help you’re delusional. The first 30 popes of Christianity were
    martyred for the faith. The only Christian Church in the world is made of
    those Catholic that hold the faith whole and inviolate. The Roman Catholic
    Church canonized the New Testament in the fourth century at one of its many
    councils. Heretics like you have been perverting the true faith from the
    beginning.

  • Surfxeo says:

    /* Christians say that if you become an atheist, you were never a true
    Christian. */ No, what Christians actually say is if you leave Christianity
    for any other religion you were never part of the elect because of
    teachings from the New Testament. Jesus spoke of only His sheep hear his
    voice, those that do not hear his voice are not his sheep. You have to
    persevere to the end to show true discipleship. Election. Atheism has no
    such concept, you are borrowing from Christianity.

  • SandritaRowan26 says:

    @ThyFeeling: Vatican Hill sits across the Tiber River from ancient Rome,
    and was a crucifixion site (where Peter was crucified upside down). It was
    not made part of the city of Rome until the 9th Century, well after John
    wrote the book of Revelation. And since we know that 5 of the 7 kings have
    already fallen in John’s time, and the other 2 must remain “a little
    while”, the city had to exist in John’s time, 1rst Century AD.

  • MsNairobi says:

    wow, Dear fellow christian – where do you get your “facts”‘ from, where do
    you get your history of the Canon from – e.g RCC did not exist 1054, or no
    NT canon until 1054?

  • Scott Paton says:

    I don’t think that this guy is for real. He keeps changing allegiances and
    teams. I wonder how much he gets a year for talks and books? He was just
    looking for something that could give him a personal platform. He should
    turn to politics . I think that his character would suit that very well.
    Basically, he is full of shit.

  • bobbyhillisabro says:

    Those are protestant doctrines, not Catholic

  • Gabe Skorski says:

    and why they always talk about themselves? their whole biography how they
    were with uncle and this and that. pop star? I know one priest who is very
    content because he gets to talk on tv.?????????

  • Gooners Rule says:

    Yeah but all religion is delusion so I guess its just like migrating from
    one drug to another a bit like Glenn Beck who used to use crack meth.

  • SandritaRowan26 says:

    @ThyFeeling: “Soon” would NOT be 8 centuries later, for sure. So this means
    that the Whore of Babylon is a great city that had to have existed in the
    first century. Which city might that be? Revelation 11:8 gives us the
    answer: “and their dead bodies will lie in the street of the great
    city which is allegorically called Sodom and Egypt, where their Lord was
    crucified.”

  • mslongbottum says:

    Thank The Lord Jesus I found the truth of the Catholic faith a few months
    ago.Seek the truth and you will find.Praise God!

  • SandritaRowan26 says:

    @ThyFeeling: The Whore of Babylon is described in Revelation 17:1-18.

  • alray says:

    RCC that was founded & given all authority by JC, after setting the canon
    of the Bible in 325, CONTINUALLY “affirmed” it as such for the next 1,400
    yrs. It never had to officially recognize the Bible as no one ever
    suggested there could be any other “version”. Til ML was not able to
    reconcile HIS personal “theology” w/some of the OT; specifically those that
    dealt w/purgatory & praying for the dead. ML himself wanted to exclude
    James & Revelation from the NT as well which spells more trouble…

  • Surfxeo says:

    Since when did atheism have religious dogma borrowed from Christianity?

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