A Dialogue: The Trustworthiness of Sacred Scripture

The dialogue here is an exchange between myself and Fr. Casey, who is a Catholic personality with a Youtube Channel called "Breaking in the Habit." As many of the readers here know, as a trained historian, I thought the video was a generalized view on the historicity of the Exodus with dated talking points on …

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Jesus the Good Shepherd the Son of David

I have been reading through the different books of the Holy Bible. I figured if I am studying to be a theologian with a concentration in Sacred Scripture; I need to have read Sacred Scripture. To be honest, some of the books of the Bible are not page-turners. It took some time for me to …

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Considering St. Robert Bellarmine’s De Controversiis Part 2

In the last post of this series—part 1—it was discussed the historical disagreement of Thomas Paine, one of the founding fathers of the United States, arguing in his esteemed work Common Sense that theologically the ‘anti-monarchical’ passages of scripture had never been addressed—especially by those who supported monarchy as the best form of government. As …

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Novena for the Beatification of Fulton Sheen

It was announced on November 18th that the famous American Catholic Televangelist Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen was going to be beatified on December 21st. As a Catholic central Illinoisan, I felt a great joy swell up in my heart that I tried to get tickets to attend the Beatification mass. Sadly, at the beginning of …

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