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

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 … Continue reading

The Best Digital Catholic Tools: An Interview with Verbum’s Alex Renn

Each of the last three popes—Pope Francis, Pope Benedict XVI, and St. John Paul II—has independently described the modern new media as “gifts from God.” This is partly because these tools are tremendous vehicles for evangelization, allowing us to invite millions of people who would never enter a church to encounter Christ, but it’s also because they allow unprecedented ways … 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

10 Best Arguments for “Same-Sex Marriage”…and Why They’re Flawed

Perhaps no issue is more nerve-wracking today than “same-sex marriage.” It’s a magnet for controversy and evokes strong reactions from those on either side of the debate. But underneath the fiery passion and rhetoric, we must evaluate the real arguments. Thus, Our Sunday Visitor invited me to write a special section for their newsweekly examining the ten most common arguments … Continue reading

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