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PETER KREEFT INTERVIEW

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PETER KREEFT INTERVIEW

In this episode of Spiritual Combat, I’m interviewing Dr. Peter Kreeft from Boston College. Dr. Kreeft is a well-known philosopher, author and debater, and in this podcast we are going to be just going back and forth on important issues such as Christian faith and apologetics, the existence of God, the “new atheists”, Pascal and

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PETER KREEFT INTERVIEW PETER KREEFT INTERVIEW

In this episode of Spiritual Combat, I’m interviewing Dr. Peter Kreeft from Boston College. Dr. Kreeft is a well-known philosopher, author and debater, and in this podcast we are going to be just going back and forth on important issues such as Christian faith and apologetics, the existence of God, the “new atheists”, Pascal and

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Craig Evans On The Historicity of the Gospels Craig Evans On The Historicity of the Gospels

Craig Evans on the historicity of the Gospels. This is another sneak peek from Christ 101: Interested in learning more about how to defend the Christian faith? Click here to get the Christ 101: Evidence for Christianity course. Click here to get the free ebook “How To Answer A Jesus Critic.”

Scott Hahn on the Importance of Apologetics Scott Hahn on the Importance of Apologetics

From the Christ 101 program, Bill O’Reilly is an example of one who needs to brush up on his apologetic skills, while Scott Hahn talks about the importance of it. Interested in learning more about how to defend the Christian faith? Click here to get the Christ 101: Evidence for Christianity course. Click here to get

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SHOULD CHURCH LANGUAGE ON HOMOSEXUALITY BE SOFTENED? SHOULD CHURCH LANGUAGE ON HOMOSEXUALITY BE SOFTENED?

The controversial document released by the Vatican Synod on the Family yesterday has caused quite a bit of confusion and frustration from serious Catholics. The problem is that the document (which has no doctrinal authority whatsoever), seems to want to soften the traditional language regarding various sins, notably the sin of homosexuality. But should the language

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Aquinas’ Razor Aquinas’ Razor

The “principle of parsimony” that says explanations or entities “should not be multiplied beyond necessity” is commonly associated with William of Ockham. However, Ockham was certainly not the first to enunciate this principle. Aristotle attributes it to Empedocles: “And it is better to assume a smaller and finite number of principles, as Empedocles does.” - Physics,

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Suffering and God

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Jesse Romero Interview On Immaculate Heart Radio Jesse Romero Interview On Immaculate Heart Radio

My good friend Jesse Romero (http://www.jesseromero.com/) hosts a program on Immaculate Heart Radio entitled the “Terry and Jesse Show” with co-host Terry Barber.  Jesse was kind enough to ask me to be on the program for the full hour and discuss our ministry here at Classical Theist along with other things. Click the play button

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FIGHT CHURCH: THE MORALITY OF MMA FIGHT CHURCH: THE MORALITY OF MMA

Is mixed martial arts competition sinful? The recently released movie “Fight Church” discusses the morality of MMA in regards to Christianity. Now I appear in this film, however I am not happy with how my parts were edited. Although the film crew interviewed me for about 4 hours, the end result in the movie was

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