Dr. John Joy – Assent Owed to Non-Infallible Teachings of the Magisterium (R&T Lecture Series)

As part of the R&T Lecture Series, Dr. John Joy delivers a lecture in the scholastic disputatio style on the assent owed to non-infallible teachings of the Magisterium. Is the pope always infallible? How do we determine a teaching is not infallible? How do we determine which magisterial teaching to accept? These questions, and others, are explored by Dr. Joy. __________________________________________________________________

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Michael Lofton’s Response to Dr. James White on the Canon of Scripture

Michael responds to Dr. James White’s (Alpha & Omega Ministries) interaction with his blog article on the canon of Scripture and presents questions for Dr. White’s consideration. Michael’s original blog post critiquing Dr. White on the canon: https://michaelloftonsite.wordpress.com/2020/01/06/214/ Dr. White’s video response to Michael (start around the 54:20 mark): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TvvVARoVDg    

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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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If you would like to submit article contributions for Reason and Theology, please email them to reasonandtheology@gmail.com Roman Catholics, Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox contributors are all welcome.

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