What does the Catholic Church say about homosexuality? The answer is not as monolithic as some think. Let us find out how the Church came to this position and whether it can withstand scientific scrutiny.
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Be sure to view the Kalam Cosmological Argument animation video: http://youtu.be/6CulBuMCLg0
Source: Reasonable Faith
Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology (20120) – ‘The Evidence of Creation & Supernatural Design in Contemporary Big Bang Cosmology & Space-Time Geometry Proofs’ by Robert Spitzer. The new popular atheism movement may lead one to suspect that faith and science are opposed to one another.
Brother Guy Consolmagno SJ, astronomer at the Vatican Observatory and co-author of the new book, “Would You Baptize an Extra-Terrestrial…and other Questions from the In-Box at the Vatican Observatory” on the relationship between faith and science and how it can occur on friendly, mutually respectful terms.
The idea that God suffers with us has made some believe that God is a suffering God. But that is not the Catholic view. A suffering God is no longer God. So does God still suffer with us?
Dr. Gerard Verschuuren
Dr. Michael Waldstein, the Max Seckler Professor of Theology at Ave Maria University, describes the theology behind Humanae Vitae. Dr. Waldstein’s talk was part of the “Humanae Vitae at 45: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Holiness” Conference at Franciscan University of Steubenville.
In the 93rd episode of his podcast called ‘Catholic Laboratory’, the Scottish catholic scientist Ian Maxfield revisits the Science of the Theology of the Body and takes a glance at several news stories and research papers that support the teachings of the Catholic Church on sexuality and morals. He already did so in earlier podcast episodes that we will mention here beneath.
A recreation of the original broadcast talk made by C.S. Lewis made during World War II. This broadcast formed the basis of chapter one of the book ‘Mere Christianity’. You can read the book here: http://www.amazon.com/Mere-Christiani…
On February 1st, 2013 at Purdue University, Dr William Lane Craig participated in a debate with Dr Alex Rosenberg on the topic, “Is Faith In God Reasonable?” Over 5,000 people watched the event on the Purdue University campus along with tens of thousands streaming it live online from around the world. This is a series of eight video clips of each of eight arguments that Dr Craig presented in his opening statement.