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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
Is Christianity a supernaturally revealed religion that demands our submission and obedience, or is it a human construction that can and should...
Joel S. Peters
It’s pretty impressive: Jehovah’s Witnesses are putting it on the line, giving up their Sunday mornings to go around neighborhoods talking to...
Oliver Barres
Human bondage is proverbial. Men have always been the slaves of forces beyond their control. Whether it be the dark tyranny of deep-rooted...
Karl Keating
Edgar Rice Burroughs is remembered best for his Tarzan novels, but of all his books the one I found most intriguing as a youth was Beyond...
Cherie Peacock
In his diocese, there are no liturgy wars because no fiddling is allowed. There is no heresy because anyone who speaks in a Catholic setting...
Christopher Kaczor
If God is all good and all powerful, how can he allow suffering? The question is most pressing when the pain is most acute, and at that point,...
Leon J. Suprenant
How should lay people relate to their bishops, especially if the bishop doesn’t seem to be in line with Rome? If he seems to have his head in...
Mark P. Shea
Modern science tells us that we are a tiny planet in a tiny solar system in a tiny corner of the universe. It’s ridiculous and egocentric to...
Anthony E. Clark
There’s a big difference between joining the non-denominational church around the corner and joining the one, holy, catholic and apostolic...
Steve Ray
It seems harmless enough: studying the Bible with other Christians. But even if it is called "non-denominational," a Catholic (or Orthodox)...