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Podcasts of Sunday Homilies and Saturday Morning Speaker Series from St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church in Gilbert, Arizona.
 
We believe: 1) That God Exists, and that this can be rationally demonstrated. We hold to the claim that God as “the sole, ultimate reality” is far more plausibly true than alternatives offered in other religions or its opposite in atheism. 2) That Jesus Is God, and that the evidence surrounding his life, death and resurrection is clear, obvious, and easy to accept given God’s existence. 3) That the Catholic Church is Jesus’ Church and that this can be known through both Scripture and a study ...
 
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Fr. Sptizer, Ph.D, is back to talk about the science of cosmic find tuning and transcendent intelligence, the "what" versus the "who" of God, exorcisms, near death experiences, and more. About Fr. Spizter Fr. Spitzer was President of Gonzaga University from 1998 to 2009. While president, he significantly increased the programs and curricula in ...…
 
Pat talks with Dr. Michael Rota, professor of philosophy at the University of St. Thomas, on one of the most controversial but intriguing arguments for the reasonableness of committing to a religious life: Pascal’s Wager. Dr. Rota is the author of the book Taking Pascal’s Wager: Faith, Evidence, and the Abundant Life, where he offers an updated ...…
 
Pat is joined by bio-ethicist Peter Koch to discuss the abortion debate.
 
Ed Feser is a philosopher, writer, and atheist-turned-Catholic who's published some of the best contemporary academic and popular work on the reasonableness of belief in God and arguments for His existence, and attributes. His popular titles include 5 Proofs for the Existence of God (which I can't recommend enough, and often have), The Last Sup ...…
 
Fr. Robert J. Sptizer, Ph.D, joins Pat Flynn to discuss the relationship between faith and reason, and how science, when properly understood, strongly points to the existence of God. From the discovery of a "finely-tuned" universe in contemporary cosmology, to the studies on near death experiences and terminal lucidity, this conversation is sur ...…
 
Pat gives a flurry of quick arguments for the existence of God. The point of this episode isn't to go into enormous depth for any one of the arguments, but rather show how a series of arguments can be quickly developed and presented in situations where you may only have limited time to make the case for Christianity.…
 
Pat shares the particular pieces of evidence that convinced him of the truth of Catholicism, and how to defend Catholicism against common Protestant objections. This podcast has a blog post offering additional support at: http://www.chroniclesofstrength.com/why-i-became-catholic-in-spite-of-my-hatred-for-religion/ ...…
 
Pat gives an explanation of how morality points to the existence of God, and a brief overview of natural law theory
 
The Old and New Testaments (Family Catechesis Parent Session)
 
Short answer: No. Long answer: Listen to today's episode as Pat talks through the "problem of evil", and why the existence of suffering and evil in no way undermines the goodness and power of God. ... Support the Show! 5-Star reviews really help to bring new people to the show. If you think we're doing a good job, please consider taking two-min ...…
 
Pat goes through three quick reasons--with a brief defense of each--for why Catholicism is true. Namely that 1) God exists, 2) Jesus is God, and 3) Christ founded the Catholic Church.
 
Introduction to Divine Revelation (Family Catechesis Parent Session)
 
Don't worry, there is no singing in this episode: Only philosophical and theological discussion : )
 
Pat wraps up this series on the argument from contingency by reading a summary version of the argument he's prepared for an upcoming talk, which also responds to common objections. Support the Show! 5-Star reviews really help to bring new people to the show. If you think we're doing a good job, please consider taking two-minutes to leave a posi ...…
 
Continuing on with the series, Pat quickly recaps the argument from contingency and some of the defenses made so far, before moving onto an explanation of the second premise. Be sure to listen to part 1 & 2 to ensure you're properly caught up! ... Support the Show! 5-Star reviews really help to bring new people to the show. If you think we're d ...…
 
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