Does the Quran point Muslims to the Bible? Do the Hadiths direct people to the reliability of the Old and New Testaments? What did Muslims historically believe about this? Luis Dizon answers all of these questions, and more.
Will all people go to heaven? Why does God allow evil in the world? What is the view of St. Thomas Aquinas on free will? These questions and many others will be answered by Dr. Taylor Patrick O’Neill in a lecture for the R&T Lecture Series.
Michael Lofton discusses whether recipients of invalid sacraments from invalid priests are damned, what is the fate of unbaptized infants according to St. Prosper of of Aquitaine, Dr. Jordan Cooper on Exsurge Domine and Papal Infallibility and Jay Dyer on the Magisterium and Vatican II.
Dr. Sebastian Brock – Dormition and Assumption of Mary in the Syriac Fathers Michael Lofton, William Albrecht, Elijah Yasi and Daniel Kakish interview Dr. Sebastian Brock, a Syriac scholar, on the position of the Syriac fathers on the assumption and the dormition of the Virgin Mary.
Ryan Grant – St. Thomas More and the English Reformation Ryan Grant discusses the history of the English Reformation, the role St. Thomas More played and addresses other figures such as St. John Fisher and King Henry 8th. ___________________________________________________________________
#bible #scripture #genesis Commentary on the Book of Genesis (R&T Bible Commentary Series) Is Genesis part of History? Did the flood in Genesis really happen? Did Moses write the Pentateuch? Were the Nephilim fallen angels? These questions and many more will be explored with Luis Dizon in this first episode of the Reason & Theology […]
Dr. Leighton Flowers (Southern Baptist Provisionist) and Dr. Stephen Boyce (Reformed Calvinist) discuss soteriology in a round table format with Michael Lofton facilitating. They discuss can grace be resisted and whether Christ atoned for everyone or only the elect. ___________________________________________________________________ Disclaimer: Any view expressed by a host, contributor or guest is not necessarily reflective of […]