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C.S. Lewis: The Problem of Pain

The existence of suffering in a world created by a good and almighty God — "the problem of pain" — is a fundamental theological dilemma, and perhaps the most serious objection to the Christian religion.

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The Reasons to Believe

In this article, Peter Kreeft outlines the arguments from cause and effect, from conscience, from history, and the argument known as Pascal's Wager.

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The Authority of Women

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

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The Danger of Centering Prayer

In order to see clearly that New Age practices, like Transcendental Meditation and centering prayer, depart from the Catholic tradition, Father Dreher outlines the differences between Christian spirituality and Eastern spirituality.

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The Church Isn't a Democracy

This non-Catholic writer seems to have grasped what a surprising number of modern Catholics have failed to understand, that the Roman Catholic church is neither a debating society, nor is it a democracy.

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Faith

Faith, hope, and charity are, quite simply, the three greatest things in the world; the three legs of a single tripod that supports the whole Christian life.

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