Brief Thoughts on Reactionary Theology

In the many years in which I’ve done apologetics, I’ve noticed some groups that develop their theology in a reactionary way. What do I mean? Instead of developing theology according to what Scripture and Tradition says, some build their theology by standing against what another group says. In order to make this more concrete, I’d […]

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The Greatest Evil in History is Here

On a daily basis, I hear people decry the evils of the holocaust, chattel slavery and maybe even the mass killings by communist governments since the early 20th century. As evil as these things were, and as much as they should be denounced, the fact is, many people who abhor these things are guilty of […]

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Navigating Theologically Between Scylla and Charybdis

In the great epic poem of Western civilization, Homer’s Odyssey, the reader is introduced to two monstrous figures named Scylla and Charybdis. The former is described as a six-headed monster and the latter is depicted as a monster that causes a massive whirlpool, which devours any sailor who was so unfortunate as to navigate their […]

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Immaculate Conception Round Table

Immaculate Conception Round Table with Michael Lofton, Craig Truglia, Cal and Sub Deacon Kakish. This video expresses the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Protestant and Oriental Orthodox perspectives.  

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10 Questions for the Palamite

10 questions for the Palamite on essence/energies, simplicity, Thomism, dogma and other related topics.           Below is a transcription of the ten questions for the Palamite:   Both Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox agree God is simple. Neither claim he is a composite being. The Roman Catholic Church has dogmatized the […]

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On the Pontificate of Pope Judas Iscariot

It has been three weeks since Pope Judas Iscariot was elevated to the throne of the Apostle Peter in Rome. His pontificate has caused no little controversy since the release of his Motu Proprio circumveniamus ergo iustum, the opening words of the document, which quote Wisdom 2:12. Some of the more controversial highlights of the […]

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