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Kresta in the Afternoon – January 26, 2023 – Hour 2

Al shares the lives of Saints Timothy and Titus, and Dr Phil Blosser examines the history of speaking in Tongues. 

 

Kresta Comments: The Feast of Timothy and Titus

Yesterday we celebrated the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul – and today we follow it up by remembering two of his most notable companions: Timothy and Titus. Al examines the role the played in bringing the Gospel to the Gentiles.

The Beatitudes: A Portrait of Jesus

The practice of speaking in Tongues has become more popular since the Catholic Charismatic Renewal began in the 1960s. But is it related to the instances of Speaking in Tongues we see in the book of Acts? Dr. Phil Blosser joins us.

Dr Philip Blosser is the author of the three-volume series Speaking in Tongues: A Critical Historical Examination. Volume I focuses on the modern reexamination of tongues, while Volume II studies tongues throughout Church history. He is a Professor of Philosophy at Sacred Heart Major Seminary and his other books include Scheler's Critique of Kant's Ethics. He also served for many years as acting secretary and webmaster for the Max Scheler Society of North America, and has chaired various panel discussions at the American Philosophical Association and the American Catholic Philosophical Association.
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