Did Jesus really rise from the dead or is that just a myth, hoax, or literary symbol? Discover the strong evidence for the resurrection and why it matters for your faith.

Date: April 20, 2015
Time: 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Event: Acts 29 Men's Group
Topic: Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead?
Sponsor: Acts 29 Men's Group
Venue: St. Mary Magdalen - The Annex
Location: 861 Maitland Avenue
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
Public: Public
More Info: Click here for more information.

Largest Giveaway in Catholic Internet History!

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Fr. Barron’s epic CATHOLICISM film series debuted in the fall of 2011. Since then, it’s aired on PBS, EWTN, and has been seen by millions around the world. It’s now the most-watched Catholic documentary in history and the accompanying study program has become an essential resource for parishes and schools.

To celebrate the film’s evangelical impact, this week Word on Fire is giving away 500 DVDs, books, and study guides at CatholicismWeek.com!

Each day, check CatholicismWeek.com for new giveaways, announcements, and special video clips.

“The Trinity” Book Giveaway!

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“Find out how much God has given you and from it take what you need; the remainder is needed by others.” – St. Augustine

Since I’ve built up a large collection of extra books and resources, every week I give some away absolutely free, no strings attached. Each giveaway lasts seven days with a new one beginning every Friday. You can enter any time during the week. Check out my past giveaways here.

Thanks to Paulist Press, today I’m giving away FIVE copies of Stephen Bullivant’s new book, The Trinity: How Not to Be a Heretic.

(NOTE: If you missed my interview with Stephen earlier this week, check it out here.)

How NOT to Be a Heretic About the Trinity: An Interview with Dr. Stephen Bullivant

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I first met Dr. Stephen Bullivant a couple years back and we hit it off immediately. He’s über-smart (he earned his doctorate in theology from Oxford) and has a delicious sense of humor. You can’t help but like him.

Stephen converted to Catholicism in 2008 (same year as me) and has since developed an impressively wide mastery of topics such as atheism, secularism, the new evangelization, and Catholic social teaching.

He has authored several books, including Faith and Unbelief (Paulist Press, 2014), The Salvation of Atheists and Catholic Dogmatic Theology (Oxford University Press, 2012), and The Oxford Handbook of Atheism (Oxford University Press, 2013), which he co-edited with philosopher Michael Ruse.

His newest book is titled The Trinity: How Not to Be a Heretic (Paulist Press, 2015) and that’s what I’m interviewing him about today.