A specific instance of denying the concept of sin yielding freedom without order is with regard to homosexual acts. Homosexual acts render the purpose of
The denial of the concept of sin yields freedom without order because it is based on the denial of the rationality of human nature, particularly
This essay presents the argument for the existence of God from the existence of existentially contingent entities, the entities of our direct experience. The previous
The argument for God as the first cause of serial contingency is an argument for polytheism. However, the argument fails because God cannot confer on
Whether ancient or modern, atomists are atomists and martyrs are martyrs. With regard to human nature, “there is nothing new under the sun” (Ecclesiastes 1:9).
Simply, the Catholic and Gnostic views of materiality are, respectively, Good and Evil, which engender hope and despair. It is paradoxical that the modern adoration
In an essay in the National Catholic Register, Angelo Stagnaro, in explaining probability, hit the nail on the head. In doing so, he nailed shut
Substantial change, creation, and evolution are commonly acknowledged to be topics in philosophy, theology, and science, respectively. The integration of theology with philosophy within human