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An alleged apparition of Pope Benedict XVI, revealed to an anonymous nun, according to a sketchy blog, purports that Pope Benedict XVI claims he was murdered by Pope Francis and his personal secretary Archbishop Georg Gänswein. It also clams that Benedict reveals that he was the last pope and that Pope Francis is an imposter… Read more
Michael Lofton reviews Taylor Marshall’s video that spreads the lie that Pope Francis approved of an Anglican bishop celebrating mass at the Archbasilica of Saint John Lateran. He also addresses the theological errors made by Taylor Marshall in his review of this event. He then considers Marshall’s behavior in light of Sacred Scripture. Read more
Michael Lofton brings Benjamin Cabe (Theoria) on to discuss the dark side of Christian apologetics, with a focus on recent issues in Eastern Orthodoxy but with wider applications to Catholicism and Protestantism. They especially focus on figures such as Fr. Peter Heers, Jay Dyer, Deacon Ananias Sorem and others. Read more
Michael Lofton reviews two videos about AI manipulating public opinion and being trained to disseminate falsehoods. He then speaks about the potential threat of using AI to frame people and manipulate presidential elections. Lastly, he speaks of some threats to Christianity that most Christians have yet to consider. #musk #elonmusk #chatgpt #ai Read more
Dr. Khalil Andani (Muslim) and David Wood (Christian) join R&T to discuss their post-debate review of their recent debate on the crucifixion of Jesus. Read more
Michael Lofton reacts to Fr. Casey Cole’s (Breaking in the Habit) video called What Vatican II ACTUALLY Did. 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.
This undermines the trust of many faithful Catholics, who expect the Church to be a beacon of truth, goodness and beauty in these tumultuous times.
Some Catholics are tempted to leave the Church. Others have already left. If you fall into either of these categories (or know someone who is), then you’ll want to check out this FREE eBook “Church Chaos: Biblical Insights for Confused Catholics.”
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