A New Contributor – Jeremy Tate

Nov 19th, 2010 | By | Category: Blog Posts

Jeremy Tate

On behalf of Called to Communion, I’d like to give a hearty welcome to our newest contributor, Jeremy Tate. Tate is currently finishing a graduate degree at Reformed Theological Seminary in Washington D.C.  You can listen to his conversion story here.

He has already contributed two guest posts in the past and you can read those by clicking here.

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  1. Awesome, welcome Jeremy!

    It was hearing Jeremy’s conversion story that first got me thinking seriously about Catholicism, and I’m glad to say that tomorrow I will be received into the Catholic Church!

  2. Thanks Sam! I’ll make sure to pray for you tomorrow as you are received into the Church. That’s awesome news! What parish are you getting confirmed at?

  3. Sam,

    We’ve been praying for you.

    Welcome Jeremy!


  4. Welcome, Jeremy! May we be one body.

    Peace in Christ,
    Tom B.

  5. Hey Jeremy, I am a Evangelical pastor who lives in the DC area. I am teaching a class on Understanding RCism. I would love to get you coffee or a beer and chat with you.


  6. Ben, I deleted your email address so it wouldn’t show up publicly but Jeremy has it. Thanks for visiting our site.

  7. Jeremy,
    Had a chance to listen to your conversion story. As a convert myself from the Reformed background, I can understand some of your struggles. I also had close friends who’ve attended RTS, and I’ve known some of the faculty. In fact, the associate dean of the D.C. RTS and I go way back. (I got into a rather extended debate with him on Facebook about divorce and remarriage; our views radically differed.)

    May God bless you as you continue to grow and deepen in the Catholic faith.

  8. Hi Christine,

    Thanks for listening to my conversion story. The faculty at RTS D.C. has been very loving and gracious to me despite the fact they totally disagree with my theological conclusion. I hope Called to Communion can continue to become more and more of a place where brilliant reformed thinkers, like the Professors I’ve had at RTS D.C., are willing to dialogue.

    Peace in Christ, Jeremy

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