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Suan Sonna from Intellectual Catholicism responds to Gavin Ortlund’s perspective on sola scriptura. He also weighs in on the Gavin Ortlund vs. Trent Horn debate on Is Sola Scriptura True? Read more
Michael Lofton and James Battle give live callers the opportunity to determine if a quote was said by a Protestant or a Radical Traditionalist Catholic. If the caller gets three out of five quotes right, they will win a prize! The prizes for the contestants are from reasonmerch.com Read more
Michael explains the revision of Pope Francis on the Catechism of the Catholic Church and addresses whether there has been a change in doctrine on the subject. Read more
Michael Lofton addresses the betrayal of the German bishops on the church’s teachings on same-sex unions. He also reviews the sophistry found in the poorly written document voted on by the German bishops in favor of blessing same-sex unions. Read more
Response to James White on the Trent Horn/ Gavin Ortlund Debate Read more
Michael Lofton offers an in-depth examination of Gavin Ortlund’s arguments at the Trent Horn/ Gavin Ortlund debate hosted by Pints with Aquinas. 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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