Marriage has been redefined by the state, but was there ever a precise definition of marriage? Could reason lead us to such a definition? And who is the competent authority to decide these things?
They drink, they smoke, they make a popular show for Catholic men, so we ask Adam and David to justify Catholic teaching on the acceptability of drinking. Wouldnâ€™t God prefer that we all just stay away from the sauce and stick with tea? That depends, it turns out.
We continue our conversation with the author of Reform Yourself! and the founder and editor of EpicPew.com on whether the Church Fathers believed in Sola Scriptura with looks at Athanasius, Cyril of Jerusalem, and Augustine.
Is the Catechism of the Catholic Church too harsh in calling homosexual inclinations â€śobjectively disorderedâ€ť? Father James Martin has suggested a change in wording to something such as â€śdifferently ordered.â€ť Might that be helpful?
The author of Reform Yourself! and the founder and editor of EpicPew.com helps you explain what the Church Fathers really taught about the Bible. He details how Protestant defenders of Sola Scriptura go too far when they enlist the early Church Fathers to defend the idea that Scripture is the sole rule of faith.
Is the Bible a collection of letters? To whom were the letters sent? Did the ancient world have a mail system? Listen in to hear Jimmy Akin and Cy Kellett discuss ancient letters and their importance in Scripture.
Cy concludes his interview on evolution and God with the author of Prepare the Way: Overcoming Obstacles to God, The Gospel, and The Church. Here, Karlo explains why greater complexity coming from apparently lesser complexity is not a problem, and why arguments that a wise God just wouldnâ€™t have done it this way donâ€™t hold water.
If evolutionary theory is correct, then chance plays an important role in the evolution of life. But how could God be the designer of life if things really do depend upon chance? Karlo Broussard continues is explanation of why Evolution does not eliminate God.
Cy sits down with Karlo Broussard, author of Prepare the Way, for a conversation about God and evolution. Karlo lists six common ways people use Darwinâ€™s insights as the basis for arguments against God.
Drake McCallister, Coordinator of Catechetical Practicum at Franciscan University of Steubenville, came into the Catholic Faith because of what he heard on Catholic Radio. Now this father of five is to be ordained a priest. He talks with us about what really works in catechesis and apologetics.
Our Director of Apologetics and Evangelization, Tim Staples, says the magisterium never stopped teaching that there is no salvation outside the Church. This doesnâ€™t sound very PC.
Tim Staples, author ofÂ Behold Your Mother,Â says people today have forgotten that Jesus asks radical things of his followers. Is this idea too dangerous for modern consumption?
Our Director of Apologetics and Evangelization, Tim Staples, makes the wild claim that each of the seven sacraments was, in fact, established by Jesus. Can he defend this thesis? Just like Bob the Builder â€” Yes, he can.
Who was Moses? Was he a real person? Is there evidence for the Exodus? Jimmy Akin continues our lively look at Moses among the Egyptians.
Did you miss Part 1 of this conversation? Listen here:Â Moses and the Egyptians (Pt.1)
What was Egypt like in the time of Moses? Did the Hebrews build the Great Pyramid? Jimmy Akin joins us for a lively look at Moses among the Egyptians?