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Karlo Broussard
There is broad consensus among many Catholics today that since the Second Vatican Council, individuals are morally permitted to follow their...
Martin Scott
Christ’s Church, like himself, is both divine and human. It is divine in its constitution and doctrine, human in its members. The Church is...
Karl Keating
Apologetics is loaded with opportunities to err. Like ice cream, the errors come in a bewildering assortment of flavors. Some are as mild as...
Trent Horn
In C. S. Lewis’s novel That Hideous Strength there is a scene where the non-religious protagonist, Mark, is instructed as “part of an exercise...
Fr. Ray Ryland
Protestants believe that when a faithful Christian dies, God instantly purifies that person, making him or her perfect for heaven. This belief...
Trent Horn
People of religious faith are often stereotyped as uncritical, gullible simpletons who will believe any idle tale. In contrast, nonreligious...