Home: Core Subjects: Apologetics: LINKS_PAGE

Core Subjects: Apologetics: LINKS_PAGE

Articles:

A New Evangelization in a New Millennium A Call for a New Apologetics - Cardinal Francis George, O.M.I.

For those of us seeking to generate a new apologetics in a new evangelization capable of drawing all closer to Christ, His Church, and one another, the account of Jesus' disposition toward the adulteress and her accusers is instructive.  Read more...

A Philosophical Refutation of Reductionism - Peter Kreeft

Ronald Knox once quipped that "the study of comparative religions is the best way to become comparatively religious." The reason, as G. K. Chesterton says, is that, according to most "scholars" of comparative religion, "Christianity and Buddhism are very much alike, especially Buddhism."  Read more...

A Religion for Atheists - Francis Phillips

Agape restaurants and Centres for Self-Knowledge are among the innovative suggestions a British litterateur has for a post-deity world.   Read more...

A Response to Christopher Hitchens' 'The Great Catholic Coverup' - Sean Murphy

Christopher Hitchens' venomous attack on Pope Benedict XVI is a revelation that deserves wider attention.  Read more...

A Response to Christopher Hitchens' 'The Great Catholic Coverup' (with references) - Sean Murphy

Christopher Hitchens venomous attack on Pope Benedict XVI is a revelation that deserves wider attention.  Read more...

A Response to Christopher Hitchens' The Great Catholic Coverup (full version with references) - Sean Murphy

Christopher Hitchens venomous attack on Pope Benedict XVI is a revelation that deserves wider attention.  Read more...

A Skeptical View of Christianity - J. Budziszewski

A number of my professors seem to be saying the same thing. That faith isn't intellectually honest. That the only stance worthy of an intelligent person is skepticism.  Read more...

A Spoonful of Splenda - John Zmirak

Don't bring a gun to a rubber-chicken fight.   Read more...

A Theologian Answers the Atheists - Father Thomas D. Williams, LC

Unless you've spent the last few years in a mountain hermitage, you have almost certainly run into the latest rash of anti-God books.   Read more...

An Absentee God? - Dinesh D'Souza

In my debate with Christopher Hitchens in New York last October he raised a point that I did not know how to answer. So I employed an old debating strategy: I ignored it and answered other issues. But Hitchens' argument bothered me.  Read more...

An Airport Encounter - Cardinal Timothy Dolan

An angry man confronted Cardinal Dolan recently over the sexual abuse of minors by priests.  Read more...

An Hour and a Lifetime with C.S. Lewis - Thomas Howard

Carl E. Olson recently interviewed Thomas Howard about his friend C. S. Lewis and the approaching release of the cinematic adaptation of Lewisís famed Chronicles of NarniaRead more...

An Imaginary Confession: The aborted Child and redemptive Love - Father Antoninus Wall, O.P.

Women who have had abortions often struggle with overwhelming sadness and guilt. In this compassionate and theologically sound pamphlet, Fr. Wall recounts the imaginary confession of such a mother and shows, through the priestís response, how she can find peace. This pamphlet has brought relief and healing to countless post-abortive women.  Read more...

An Open Letter to Hans KŁng - George Weigel

Permit me to suggest that you owe Pope Benedict XVI a public apology, for what, objectively speaking, is a calumny that I pray was informed in part by ignorance (if culpable ignorance).   Read more...

Answering Atheistís Arguments - Dinesh DíSouza

Dinesh D'Souza's recent article in the Christian Science Monitor stirred up a hornetís nest of response from atheists. Todayís atheists, D'Souza discovered from their missives, are a scrappy, disputatious bunch. The following article is his response to some of their assertions.  Read more...

Answering Common Objections to the Uniqueness of Christianity - Peter Kreeft

Ronald Knox once quipped that "the study of comparative religions is the best way to become comparatively religious."  Read more...

Answering Scandal with Personal Holiness - Fr. Roger J. Landry

The headlines were captured recently by the news that perhaps up to seventy priests in the Archdiocese of Boston have abused young people whom they were consecrated to serve. Today, I'd like to tackle the issue head-on. You have a right to it. We cannot pretend as if it didn't exist. I'd like to discuss what our response should be as faithful Catholics to this terrible scandal.   Read more...

Are Science and Religion Really Enemies? - Father Tadeusz Pacholczyk, Ph.D.

One subject I often end up discussing with friends and acquaintances is the apparent conflict between religion and science.   Read more...

Are the Gospels Myth? - Carl Olson

So, are the four Gospels "myth"? Can they be trusted as historical records?   Read more...

Are the stories in the Bible true? - Matthew Pinto

Are the stories in the Bible true?  Read more...

Are We Living in the Last Days? - Carl E. Olson

There has been a surge in interest in topics such as Bible prophecy and the Rapture in the last few years, largely due to the surprising success of the Left Behind series written by two devout Protestants. This article seeks to outline Catholic beliefs about the "last days," relying on Scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church and to compare those teachings with the belief in the Rapture as it is found in the Left Behind books and similar works.  Read more...

Argument from Design - Peter Kreeft

The argument starts with the major premise that where there is design, there must be a designer. The minor premise is the existence of design throughout the universe. The conclusion is that there must be a universal designer.  Read more...

As Though There Were No God - Professor Theophilus

Professor Theophilus helps a college student understand the "Most Important Thing" ó and why he doesn't believe in agnostics.  Read more...

Atheism has failed. Only religion can defeat the new barbarians - Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

The West is suffering for its loss of faith. Unless we rediscover religion, our civilization is in peril.  Read more...

Atheism, not religion, is the real force behind the mass murders of history - Dinesh D'Souza

In recent months, a spate of atheist books have argued that religion represents, as End of Faith author Sam Harris puts it, "the most potent source of human conflict, past and present."  Read more...


Pages: [<<] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ... [>>]


Related Categories:



Pages Updated On: Mon Apr 14 2014 - 23:22:43