This is an excerpt from the Morning Show on Archangel Radio
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ABOUT DUSTIN QUICK
Born with mild Cerebral Palsy, Dustin Quick was baptized Catholic as an infant. He was raised in a loving, non-denominational Christian home. He converted to Islam while studying for an undergraduate degree in Canada. He also earned a Master’s in History, focusing on the Nation of Islam. Dustin’s conversion to Christ led him to a Presbyterian church, where he met his wife, Tanya. They married in 2014, and were received into the Catholic Church at Easter Vigil 2015.
Today, Dustin hosts the podcast, ‘Holy Smokes: Cigars, Catholicism, and Conversation.’ Dustin is on a mission to let the world know that the Catholic Church is the restoration and fulfillment of the First Temple in Jerusalem. With a stunning lineup of theologians and historians, he does it all while enjoying fine cigars!
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00:00 Dustin is back!
01:30 Born in a Catholic home
03:40 Meeting the Black Hebrews in College
04:44 9/11 and Entering Islam
9:40 Returning to Christ in Protestantism
17:10 Please God, anything but Catholicism…
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