Are you tired of all the confusion in the Catholic Church? So was I! For this reason, I decided to intensely study the Catholic Magisterium in order to discern between what people say about the Catholic Church vs. what it actually says and teaches. If you are a confused Catholic, or are discerning becoming a Catholic, Reason & Theology offers you an in-depth examination of the situation in the Catholic Church that will help make sense of the confusion. Join the Reason & Theology email list to stay up to date on all our new content, videos, courses and more!

  • God’s Providence and Man’s Free Will w/ William Lane Craig

    God’s Providence and Man’s Free Will w/ William Lane Craig

    World-renowned scholar, author, apologist, philosopher and theologian, Dr. William Lane Craig comes on R&T to present his case for Molinism – a Christian philosophical approach that attempts to reconcile the tension between God’s providence and man’s free will. Read more

  • DEBATE: Catholics and Climate Change (Annett vs. Horn)

    DEBATE: Catholics and Climate Change (Annett vs. Horn)

    Trent Horn and Anthony Annett debate climate change from a Catholic perspective. Read more

  • Can Catholics Share Sacraments with the Orthodox?

    Can Catholics Share Sacraments with the Orthodox?

    Michael Lofton tackles the question of communicatio in sacris (sharing in the sacred) between Catholic and Orthodox both historically and theologically. He examines contemporary sources like Mortalium Animos and Vatican II and considers if they contradict each other. He then compares them to medieval and reformation era decisions of the Holy See. After this, Michael… Read more

  • What Does Catholicism Teach on Adam and Eve?

    What Does Catholicism Teach on Adam and Eve?

    Jimmy Akin goes over the Catholic Church’s teaching on the historicity of Adam and Eve. Read more

  • Catholics Aren’t Biblical Christians DESTROYED!

    Catholics Aren’t Biblical Christians DESTROYED!

    Michael Lofton refutes Protestant Pastor Adam Fannin of Law of Liberty Baptist Church in Jacksonville Florida on the claim that Catholics aren’t Biblical Christians. Read more

  • One Argument Eastern Orthodox Can’t Answer!

    One Argument Eastern Orthodox Can’t Answer!

    Michael Lofton reads the response of an Orthodox professor who attempts to reconcile how the Sixth Ecumenical Council (Constantinople III) accepted papal infallibility in light of Orthodoxy’s rejection of papal infallibility. Michael shows the professor doesn’t adequately understand the parameters of the discussion – let alone does he sufficiently solve the problem from an Orthodox… Read more

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The Catholic Church is supposed to be the witness to Christ’s teaching. Yet, it seems like many in the Church are more concerned with what the world thinks of them.

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