Apologetics

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Are Sunday’s a Part of Lent? Yes. Here’s Why

Next Wednesday is the start of Lent. Next Wednesday! Madness! Back when I worked as an apologist with Catholic Answers we received a lot of questions around this time of year. Perhaps the most common was, “are Sunday’s excluded from Lent?” The... Read More

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Read St. Thomas Aquinas’ Summa Theologica in 1 year!

Let’s be honest, if you clicked through to this blog, you probably know what the Summa Theologica is, and if you know what the Summa Theologica is, you’re awesome. And a nerd. An awesome nerd. But just in case, the Summa Theologica (often... Read More

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Confession: A Socratic Dialogue

These dialogues aren’t meant to cover every aspect of, or every objection to, each doctrine. There’s more that could be said, obviously. They’re meant to be a fun and intellectually stimulating introduction to Catholic teachings that can sometimes... Read More

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The Catholic Priesthood: A Socratic Dialogue

These dialogues aren’t meant to cover every aspect of, or every objection to, each doctrine. There’s more that could be said, obviously. They’re meant to be a fun and intellectually stimulating introduction to Catholic teachings that can sometimes... Read More

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Papal Infallibility: A Socratic Dialogue

These dialogues aren’t meant to cover every aspect of, or every objection to, each doctrine. There’s more that could be said, obviously. They’re meant to be a fun and intellectually stimulating introduction to Catholic teachings that can sometimes... Read More

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4 Ways The Church Contributed to the Protestant “Reformation”

Martin Luther before The Diet (assembly) Of Worms The Church, being not a museum of saints but a hospital for sinners, is always in need of reform. This was true in the apostolic age, it is true in our own, and it was true in the age of the infamous (or... Read More

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Why God’s Not Dead Isn’t Worth Watching (or Watching again)

God’s Not Dead “flatters Christian viewers with the triumphalist message that we are the heroes, that our enemies are bankrupt and miserable, that we will be rewarded and they punished. It tells its target audience exactly what they would... Read More

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The Weirdest Thing Martin Luther Ever Wrote

I’ve been doing some reading on the Protestant reformation lately (though I think I’m going to start referring to it as a revolt, since “reform” means making changes to improve something, and that isn’t what the Protestant... Read More

Even Pope Francis Likes Randal's new book!

Why Christians Should Rethink Their Attitudes Towards Atheists

Even Pope Francis Likes Randal’s new book! Dr Randal Rauser is Professor of Historical Theology at Taylor Seminary where he has taught since 2003. He is the author of several books including his latest one which we’ll be discussing today,... Read More

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What Happened to Headcoverings at Mass?

I got an email recently, the lady writing asked, “Can you point me towards a good reference for why women are no longer required to wear a head covering during mass?” I thought I’d take the email I sent her and turn it into a blog.... Read More

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