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Sanity is to see what is (reality) and live in accord with it. If your grandfather thinks leprechauns are jumping in his butter dish and he gives them his butter knife to use as a springboard, then his sanity is defective. He mistakes a hallucination for what is real and behaves accordingly. As he tells you about this phenomenon at the dinner …
Atheists have often viewed belief in God as wishful thinking—a projection of an idea because man fears death. In this Ready Reasons video, I discuss why this accusation does not disprove the existence of God. http://karlobroussard.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Is-Belief-in-God-Wishful-Thinking.mp3 Audio Download
Jesus made some pretty extraordinary claims, such as the claim to be God. But should we believe him? In this Ready Reasons video I dive into the gospels to take a look at whether Jesus was a liar, a lunatic, or if he was actually God. http://karlobroussard.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Was-Jesus-a-Lunatic.mp3 Audio Download
Most Catholics are aware that Holy Thursday commemorates Jesus’ Last Supper as the first Mass. But what some miss is that Holy Thursday also celebrates Jesus’ institution of the ministerial priesthood. What’s interesting is that when you read the Last Supper narratives in the synoptic Gospels you don’t find Jesus ordaining the apostles. You’re left wondering, “Where does the Catholic Church get …
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“Karlo’s presentation was very well received. He displayed great energy from start to finish. His ability to “paint a picture” is outstanding. We would very much like to have him back to the Parish for another presentation. I am grateful for all his energy and passion in Christ.”
“Karlo’s talk, “Science: A Believer’s Friend or Foe?” was truly an eye opener. I found Karlo’s passion for the subject matter a true breath of fresh air and very contagious – it sparked my own passion for the subject. His knowledge of the topics was as expansive as the topics themselves. As a history “buff,” I truly enjoyed Karlo’s presentation …
Karlo was spellbinding as young college minds heard for the first time the Truth about Who is the author of all that is. He spoke throughout in what writers describe as “active voice” never breaking thoughts and speaking clearly and masterfully on such a lofty subject matter. His cogent linear portrayals reveal this mastery.