Questions I Answered on Catholic Answers Live

by Steve Ray on September 13, 2010

IMG_1461Today I am on Catholic Answers Live at 6 PM Eastern time. The topic is “What is your Authority?” You can listen to the archived show HERE. For other listening options, click HERE.

Questions I answered tonight on Catholic Answers Live. I did the show live from Baraga Broadcasting in Indian River Michigan where we are visiting my wife’s family. Thanks to Tom McMahon and Brian Brachel for their help.

1) Did Emperor Constantine decide which books belonged in the Bible? The History Channel said he did.
2) I am converting to the Catholic Church from Episcopalianism. Am I moving from one church of shifting sand to another?
3) When talking to non-Catholics is it better to go back and forth debating verses, or to ask them why they accept the Bible alone as their authority?
4) How did the Jews decide their collection of book in the Old Testament? When did they decide this?
5) What does “Orthodoxy” mean, especially as it relates to the Eastern churches?
6) Was there Anti-popes or a time when there was no pope on the Chair of Peter?
7) What is the Didache and why is it important?
8) And a few others…

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Ray Warren September 15, 2010 at 8:36 AM

I listened to y our guest appearance on Catholic Answers. As I was listening I hear Mr. Coffin mention that you had written a book, Upon This Rock. I was surprised because I am currently reading that book and am about 25% through it’s a great book and I am learning a lot about the early fathers and the authority of the Church. Anyway, the reason I an writing, you mentioned that you had your bible with you and that it was on your Mac Book. I also have a Mac Book and would like to get a bible for it. If you have time could you tell me which bible you have and where you purchased it.

Thank you for your time and for what you are doing for our church.

Ray Warren September 15, 2010 at 8:56 AM


I was just looking through your website, I like it, and found the information on the bible for the Mac that I asked you about. I now have the answer to my question so no reply is necessary.

Thank you!

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: