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The Protestant’s Dilemma: An Interview with Devin Rose (Video)

When I was a college-aged Protestant exploring Catholicism back in 2008, I stumbled across an interesting blog written by a Catholic convert named Devin Rose. I could relate to many of his posts. He asked the same questions I was asking and he faced similar difficulties with Protestantism. I started commenting on his blog and we struck up a friendship, … Continue reading

The Simplest, Most Direct Argument for God’s Existence

William Lane Craig is one of the sharpest Christian apologists today, especially on questions about God’s existence, Jesus’ Resurrection, and objective morality. The Evangelical philosopher travels around the country giving workshops and lectures, but he’s best known for his public debates with well-known atheists and skeptics. (You can watch many of them online through his excellent Reasonable Faith website.) During … Continue reading

Introducing Strange Notions – Reason, Faith, and Dialogue

I have some extremely exciting news that I’ve been keeping under wraps for some time, and this morning it finally came out. At 9:00am ET, I launched, a major evangelistic project which was two years in the making.     Strange Notions is designed to be the central place of dialogue between Catholics and atheists. One implicit goal is … Continue reading

Can we know God exists?

  Today marks the feast of St. Thomas Aquinas, perhaps the greatest thinker in Church history. The Dominican prodigy is best known for his two massive “Summas”, the Summa Theologica and the Summa Contra Gentiles, along with a wealth of other writings on Scripture, theology, and philosophy. Pope Benedict XVI recently noted St. Thomas’ influence on the Church:   “It … Continue reading

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