I join Timmerie Millington as a fill in co-host to discuss masculinity.  Men often struggle with the balance of assertiveness and what may seem like a feminized religion. Timmerie and I work to bring a lively conversation and practical ideas for men and insight for the women around them. Audio Download

Are Catholics Wrong About John 6? (Part II)

HERE’S HOW TO RESPOND to two arguments that Protestants commonly turn to in order to disprove the Catholic understanding of John 6. They are: (1) the argument from “The flesh is of no avail” and “My words are spirit and life” and (2) the “door” and the “vine” argument. In my previous article of this two-part series, I showed how two …

Can We Be Happy in Heaven Knowing a Loved One Is in Hell?

The Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches that at the Last Judgment “the truth of each man’s relationship with God will be laid bare” (CCC 1039). This means the blessed in heaven will know which of their loved ones are in hell. But this seems to cause a problem. If heaven is a “state of supreme, definitive happiness” (CCC 1024), …

Is Jesus a Myth?

If Jesus is just a myth, as many skeptics assert, then Christianity is false. It’s that simple! In this episode of “Ready Reasons” I explain how we can know that Jesus was a real historical person. A first step for many on their way to belief in God. Audio Download

Why Human Nature is Important When Evaluating Sexual Behavior

The Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches that homosexual acts are acts of “grave depravity” and are “intrinsically disordered” because they contradict the natural law (CCC 2357). The natural law, which is a moral law built into the nature of man discoverable by the natural light of human reason, has always been the basis for the Church’s teachings on sexual morality. But …

Are We Present at Calvary During Mass?

Catholics say the Mass is the sacrifice of Christ. This often gives rise to the charge that the Mass is a re-crucifixion of Jesus. But nothing could be further from the truth. Check out this video as I answer a caller on Catholic Answers Live who asks about the Mass as the sacrifice of Christ. Audio Download