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Proofs for the Immortal Soul

It is hard to define exactly what a soul is, but the Catechism of the Catholic Church says the following:  The human person, created in the image of God, is a being at once corporeal and spiritual. The biblical account expresses this reality in symbolic language when it affirms that “then the LORD God formed […]

A Post for Hobbit Day

Yes, I know my readers might be tired of this, but I will not miss an excuse to reference J. R. R. Tolkien. It is September 22, which is International Hobbit Day (it being the date of Bilbo and Frodo’s birthday). Technically, Tolkien Reading Day is March 25, but that is also the Feast of […]

A Philosophical Defense of God’s Goodness

I hopefully did not place too many complicated words in the title. In short, this is supposed to be a philosophical defense of it is logical to suppose “God”—the Supreme Act of Being and Prime Mover of the Universe—is all good. As a Christian, I obviously think God is good. As the Scripture says, “O […]

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Agreed. The Bible doesn’t condone or endorse slavery. St. Paul wasn’t a political and social activist but a preacher of the Gospel of Christ. Fr. Martin is committing a logical fallacy by arguing from silence. The apostle may not have voiced his views on slavery but nonetheless condemned it personally. Fr. Martin is the Devil’s advocate which is obvious by the fact he makes fallacious statements. Satan is always exposed as the liar that he is at some point in his schemes to ruin souls. Stirring confusion among Catholics is one of his main tactics. The Third Secret of Fatima, though unrevealed, appears to be playing itself out this moment.

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