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Core Subjects: Apologetics

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"Are You Saved?" If Only! - Tim Staples

"Do you know you're saved so that if you were to die right now, heaven would be absolutely certain for you?" This "all-important" question is designed to bait Catholics into an ambush.  New  Read more...

12 Claims Every Catholic Should Be Able to Answer - Deal Hudson

Freedom of speech is a great thing. Unfortunately, it comes at an unavoidable price: When citizens are free to say what they want, they’ll sometimes use that freedom to say some pretty silly things. And that’s the case with the 12 claims we’re about to cover.  Popular  Read more...

5 Myths about 7 Books - Mark Shea

Here are the answers to five common arguments Protestants give for rejecting the Deuterocanonical books of the Old Testament.   Popular  Read more...

A Prophecy Fulfilled - Dwight Longenecker

Last Autumn was the tenth anniversary of the Church of England's vote to ordain women as priests. The week after the momentous vote, a short letter appeared in an Anglican weekly. It read, 'Dear Sir, Please note that all the arguments used for the ordination of women can also be used for the ordination of practising homosexuals.' It might seem astounding to link the two issues, but the author of the letter was correct in his analysis.  Popular  Read more...

Accused! - J. Budziszewski

“So often, when I say what I believe, someone pigeonholes me as ‘intolerant.’ I wish I knew what to say when that happens.”  Popular  Read more...

Apologizing to the Masses - KARL KEATING

Today, while still engaging Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism, the “new apologetics” movement has broadened and responds to confusions and challenges from all quarters, including from within the Church.  Popular  Read more...

Are Catholics Born Again? - Mark Brumley

"Have you been born again?" the Fundamentalist at the door asks the unsuspecting Catholic.  Popular  Read more...

Comparing Christianity & Hinduism - Peter Kreeft

Kreeft outlines the main theological and practical differences, as well as the important common elements, between Christianity and Hinduism.  Popular  Read more...

Comparing Christianity & Judaism - Peter Kreeft

Kreeft outlines the main theological and practical differences, as well as the important common elements, between Christianity and Judaism.  Popular  Read more...

Whose Bible Is It, Anyway? - Karl Keating

Most Protestants are at a loss when asked how they know that the 66 books in their Bibles belong in it.  Popular  Read more...

Women Priests — No Chance - JOANNE BOGLE

There is a general assumption, especially in North America and Europe, that the Catholic Church’s insistence on a male priesthood is an obscure anomaly, which endures only because a Polish pope has refused to move with the times.  Popular  Read more...

Same-sex attractions: Part IV - Fidelity to both love and truth - Father Paul Scalia

At the heart of all these issues is the unity of truth and love.   Read more...

5 Questions Before You Leave the Catholic Church - Jennifer Fulwiler

I would encourage anyone who is thinking of abandoning their Catholic faith to consider the following five questions.   Read more...

Aping Mankind: A review - Mark Anthony Signorelli

A devastating critique of biologism and its misrepresentation of human life.  Read more...

A 'No' to a 'No' is a 'Yes' - Father Robert Barron

One of the commonest complaints against Catholicism is that it is the religion of “no,” especially in regard to the sexual dimension of life.   Read more...

A Baptism of Imagination: A Conversation with Peter Kreeft - Mars Hill Review

Initially I wondered about what I might be facing in my interview with the esteemed professor within the old, imposing brick walls of Boston College. I was delighted to find a humble, gracious man with a twinkle in his eye, who revealed a quick wit, tremendous energy of thought, and a passion for his faith.   Read more...

A breath of life for an old religion - Michael Cook

I have read many Papal documents. I am a Catholic and a journalist and it comes with the territory. But never, ever, have I read anything as stunning as Evangelii Gaudium (The Joy of the Gospel), the first major document penned by Pope Francis.  Read more...

A Brief Commentary on the “God of the gaps” and Design: for high school students - Deacon Douglas McManaman

The claim that seems to be at the heart of today's popular atheism is that one does not need the “God Hypothesis” in order to explain the universe; the idea of “God” was nothing more than a way to fill in the gaps in our scientific knowledge of the universe.   Read more...

A Concise Account of Why Women Are Not Ordained - Deacon Douglas McManaman

I don’t recall his source, but Thomist scholar Dr. F. F. Centore used to point out to us that according to Aquinas, women make better saints than men.   Read more...

A Conversation with Peter Kreeft - Paul Camacho

His style, both in teaching and in writing, is as unpretentious as it is fervent: in deeply profound, elegant, and often entertaining ways, Peter Kreeft questions the assumptions of modern thought with the wonderful wisdom and wit of a wider worldview.   Read more...

A conversation with Peter Kreeft about C.S. Lewis - Jedd Medifind

Peter Kreeft shares his thoughts on the persistent relevance of Lewis' life and thought.  Read more...

A final message of love and hope - Father Raymond J. de Souza

On this feast of Saint Benedict, the sixth-century monk whose spiritual sons saved civilization, it is a small sadness to realize that we may have read the last of the beautiful theology and biblical wisdom of the man who took his name, Joseph Ratzinger, Benedict XVI.  Read more...

A Happy Little Reflection on Hell - Dale Ahlquist

The fear of death is universal and quite natural. In fact, Chesterton calls the fear of death common sense, “a coarse and pitiless common sense.”   Read more...

A Little Way Through Lent - Father Dwight Longenecker

The Little Way through Lent is charged with the desire to make small sacrifices that are burning with the heart of Christ's love in the world.  Read more...

A man who believes in Darwin as fervently as he hates God - Rod Liddle

In the downstairs loo of Richard Dawkins's house in Oxford there's a framed award from the Royal Society; to remind visitors, or maybe Richard himself, that here lives a man of some purpose, some gravitas and intellectual clout.  Read more...


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