Jay Dyer Doubles Down on His Ignorance | 07/28/2021

Michael Lofton shows how Jay Dyer’s position on the Ordinary and Universal Magisterium is painfully ignorant and that his follow-up defense of his position calls into question his credibility. To see my original critique of Dyer on the Magisterium, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AadrSMOS7AU&t=1605s Dr. Joy’s lecture on the Ordinary and Universal Magisterium, shown in the video, […]

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Michael’s Monday Musings: Jay Dyer’s Incredible Blunder on the Magisterium | 07/26/2021

Michael’s Monday Musings: Jay Dyer’s Incredible Blunder on the Magisterium | 07/26/2021 Michael reviews Jay’s incredible blunder on the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, where he conflates the Ordinary and Universal Magisterium with the Ordinary Papal Magisterium. Michael demonstrates Jay’s knowledge of Catholic teaching authority is so poor that he is not in a position […]

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Steven Augustine Stuart’s Conversion Story

Steven Augustine Stuart goes over his journey from Charismatic, to Calvinist, to Lutheran, to Anglican and finally to the Catholic Church. He answers how he made his way to Catholicism in spite of its difficulties and why he found Protestantism and Eastern Orthodoxy to impossible options.

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Basics of Biblical Hebrew with Luis Dizon | Lecture 1

Basics of Biblical Hebrew with Luis Dizon | Lecture 1 Luis Dizon begins his first lecture on the basics of Biblical Hebrew. This video is accessible to all viewers, but subsequent videos will be available for Patrons only. To become a patron, visit patreon.com/reasonandtheology Syllabus: https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Syllabus-Intro-to-Biblical-Hebrew.docx Aleph-Bet Video: Appendix: Introduction to the Hebrew Bible

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Jesus: A Teacher of Strange Things with Cy Kellett

Michael Lofton interviews Cy Kellet, host of Catholic Answers Live, about his new book entitled: A Teacher of Strange Things. The book discusses who Jesus was, what he taught, and why people still follow him. If you would like to learn more about Jesus, or would like to hand a copy to a family member […]

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My Response to Dr. Peter Kwasniewski on Pope Benedict XIV

I’ve often observed that some people accuse others of the very things they appear to do. Case in point, Dr. Peter Kwasniewski posted the following comment about me on Facebook, accusing me of “excessive haste and misguided zeal…” and rushing “to the studio for a half-hour program to ‘take down’ the next threatening falsehood.” His […]

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Dusting Off Radical Traditionalism by Cathy Quartarone

When I first went to the Latin Mass, I was blown away by its beauty and mystery. However, I soon got caught up in the online subculture of hyper-traditionalism. I’ve always been more conservative. When I was a Protestant, I saw that the excesses of third-wave feminism were clearly not biblical. The post-modern nihilist liberalism […]

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The Consequences of Clerical Incompetency

A Memorial Day I Will Never Forget On this Memorial Day, I find myself thinking about the last conversation I had with my mother. I had sent her a picture of my youngest son months before, and it was on this day she responded and acknowledged his existence. Her message was followed by the usual […]

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