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Taking Issue with the Church - Douglas McManaman

Many people today seem to "have issues" with Catholicism.  Read more...

Talking to Jehovah's Witnesses - Jason Evert

If you open your home to the Witnesses, that is more than most people do. Know that your charity and willingness to share your faith will leave a mark on the hearts and minds of Jehovah's Witnesses.   Read more...

Tawkin' Ta Dead Folk - RUSSELL L. FORD

One fellow is a convict they call the Rite Reverend Doctor Elder Johnny Lee.  Read more...

Teaching with Authority - ANTHONY SETON

We teachers are frequently required to attend workshops.  Read more...

Teenagers and Truth - Dennis Buonafede

If teenagers do not enter their adult years already convinced of the reality of Objective Truth, knowable by human reason, they will be increasingly enslaved by the idea that there is no common universal truth.   Read more...

Telling the World Its Own Story - Rev. Richard John Neuhaus

It is the responsibility and the opportunity of Christians to communicate to the world what is aptly called "the world’s own story." The world does not know its own story.  Read more...

The Allegorical Sense of Scripture - Mark Shea

One of the standing temptations of the biblical student is to oversimplify by seizing on one truth and using it to discount other, equally important truths. One such oversimplification consists of the habit some modern people have of exalting the primacy of the literal sense of Scripture into a flat denial of the possibility of any other senses of Scripture at all.  Read more...

The Argument from Conscience - Peter Kreeft

The argument from conscience is one of the only two arguments for the existence of God alluded to in Scripture, the other being the argument from design (both in Romans).  Read more...

The Argument from Desire - Peter Kreeft

Creatures are not born with desires unless satisfaction for these desires exists. A baby feels hunger; well, there is such a thing as food....If I find in myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world.  Read more...

The Argument from History - Peter Kreeft

This argument is both stronger and weaker than the other arguments for the existence of God.  Read more...

The Argument from Pascal's Wager - Peter Kreeft

To understand Pascal's Wager you have to understand the background of the argument.  Read more...

The Argument from the Divinity of Christ - Peter Kreeft

The doctrine of Christ's divinity is the central Christian doctrine, for it is like a skeleton key that opens all the others.  Read more...

The Art of Teaching the Faith - His Grace Bishop Raymond L. Burke

What does it mean to say that the teaching of the faith is the work of the Holy Spirit? It means that the catechist cooperates in God the Father’s communication of His truth and love to His sons and daughters, most perfectly in the sending of the His only-begotten Son into the world for our salvation.  Read more...

The Authority of Women - MONICA MIGLIORINO MILLER

Many theologians, especially feminists, consider the Church Fathers the last place to look for any positive statements on the authority of women.  Read more...

The Beginning - Mother Angelica & Christine Allison

I wrote this book because I feel very strongly that God wants you to be a saint.   Read more...

The Bible Alone? - Mark Shea

Any Christian who wants to study Scripture should start by learning from the Ethiopian's Eunuch's sterling example.   Read more...

The Bible: Myth or History? - Peter Kreeft

"Yes and No" is Peter Kreeft's answer to so many religion texts which leave students thinking of religion as little more than a dull and boring rehash of things everyone already knows. Kreeft's book asks hard questions, great questions, and then answers them convincingly.  Read more...

The Blind-Obedience Myth - Michael Novak

Catholics do not praise, admire, or aspire to unquestioned obedience. There is nothing virtuous in unquestioned obedience. There is no virtue in being an unquestioning sheep.  Read more...

The Boston Bombings and the Problem of Evil - Curt Lampkin

Theists often maintain that God permits the evils we see in the world for the sake of greater good.   Read more...

The Brighter Side of Hell - Fr. James V. Schall, S.J.

Hell has gotten a bad name. I am sorry to hear it.  Read more...

The bureaucrat's crusade - Father Raymond J. de Souza

The government isn't content to oppose bullying. It wants to change Catholic teachings.  Read more...

The Burning Truth About Purgatory - CURTIS MARTIN

Of all the misunderstood Catholic teachings — and there are a few of them — purgatory is often seen as the most embarrassing.  Read more...

The Canon of Criticism - Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger

Peter Seewald: “Referring to criticism of the Church, you once spoke of a classical "canon of issues": women's ordination, contraception, celibacy, the remarriage of divorced persons. This discussion seems to be going wearyingly in circles. Perhaps a few clarifications would help us get beyond this impasse.”   Read more...

The Case for Life After Death - Peter Kreeft

Can you prove life after death?  Read more...

The Case for Life After Death - Peter Kreeft

Can you prove life after death?  Read more...


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