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The Son, Catholicism and its Critics

In Christian theology, the Son is part of the Holy Trinity. The Christian Trinity refers to the belief that God, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit form a co-equal, co-eternal mystical union. Jesus, the Son, is fully human … Continue reading


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Catholicism

Catholicism denotes the entire body of Catholic faithful along with their creeds, churches, institutions, clergy and hierarchy. Contemporary Catholics believe that the Catholic faith follows the authentic teachings of Christ as given to the apostles and recorded in scripture, these teachings … Continue reading


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Elizabeth – The Mother of the Last Great Jewish Prophet?

In the New Testament, Elizabeth a daughter of Aaron, wife of  Zechariah and the mother of John the Baptist. Among Christian theologians and homilists, John is often spoken of as a link between the Old and New Testaments. He’s the last … Continue reading


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The Future of an Illusion – Freud and Beyond

The Future of an Illusion is Sigmund Freud’s work of 1927 where he states his psychoanalytic view of religion. Freud is a staunch materialist who sees all religious ideas as illusory: Freud defines religion as an illusion, consisting of “certain dogmas, assertions … Continue reading


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The Gospel of Thomas – Lots of nice talk but where’s the action?

The Gospel of Thomas (estimated date written, 40 – 250 CE) is an early non-canonical Christian document that has left many scholars scratching their heads as to who wrote it and where it came from. Some say it is a Gnostic text. … Continue reading


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Gregory the Great – Doctor of the Church, Saint and Pope

St. Gregory (540 – 604 CE) was a learned politician who became a monk, then Pope. He came from a wealthy patrician family, well connected to the Church in Rome. His father was a senator and Gregory became the Prefect of Rome at … Continue reading


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Evil: Natural, Moral and Intrinsic

How we define evil is influenced by our core beliefs. Materialists and some scientists dismiss the idea of evil as if it were culturally inherited from a world once peopled by believers in magic and outdated superstitions. Today, violent criminals … Continue reading