A new poll in the UK shows that 40% of people think Jesus was a mythical figure and did not really exist. Based on polling data of 3000 people the article says: “More than a third of people (39%) thought Jesus was a mythical figure, rather than actually existing in history. This was particularly the case
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This news just in from an article in the Washington Post. As I’ve always said, anti-intellectualism is rampant in Christianity, especially American Christianity. Although I can’t prove this, it is certainly reasonable to speculate that the modern mainstream anti-intellectual/anti-historical/emotion based/”blind faith”/just live a good life and don’t worry about reason counterfeit Christian culture is, in
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
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.”
Why do we need something like divine revelation? Isn’t natural human reason enough? St. Thomas Aquinas says “no” and in this video we will see why. Note: this video is a sample clip from the Introduction To The Philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas program coming soon.
Both philosophy and theology talk about things like God, but does this mean they are the same field of study? Many atheists seem to think that the only way to talk about God is through faith. But that is simply not true. It’s not only false, but it is also misleading. It is misleading because
The traditional theological opinion on the number of the saved is that the majority of humanity will be lost. This was taken by many of the great saints and theologians to be the plain meaning of the words of Christ in Scripture. This traditional belief also seems to be confirmed by our common experience and
The politically correct thought police keep telling us that violence has nothing to do with “true Islam”. But the facts seem to indicate otherwise. In this video, Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch explains the connection between violence and Islamic theology. Robert Spencer, Founder and Director of Jihad Watch, delivers his talk entitled “The Theological Aspects
Recently on an episode of The World Over, Raymond Arroyo discussed the Pope’s recent comments on marriage with a panel of experts. What they said is very interesting and important. Just in case you missed it here is the video clip.