Results from Tag: 'apologetics'
Social media does not lend itself to constructive conversations on critical issues, but we must do what we can to bring light to the darkness.
The word ‘relic’ (like ‘Trinity’) is not in the Bible, but the Bible does teach the nature and concept of the doctrine.
“After her Son’s Ascension, Mary ‘aided the beginnings of the Church by her prayers.’ In her association with the apostles and several women, ‘we also see Mary by her prayers imploring the gift of the Spirit, who had already overshadowed her in the Annunciation.’” (CCC 965)
Archaeology and science provides evidence for the existence of Belshazzar, the purpose of lions’ dens and the explanation for Nebuchadnezzar’s strange behavior.
Skeptics try to make this a talking point, but there is nothing is in the least implausible in any of this.
Successfully addressing large crowds is not impossible at all, and history itself attests to this.
A popular meme misrepresents Jesus, Christianity and a former U.S. president.
COMMENTARY: Faithful Catholic should be ready for a reopened, public, cross-society discussion on abortion — with vast ramifications at the realm of law and policy, not to mention in individual human lives — that the looming Dobbs decision augurs.