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John Clark

John Clark is an author and speechwriter. He has authored two books on fatherhood and written hundreds of articles and blogs about Catholic family life and apologetics in such places as The National Catholic Register, Seton Magazine, and Catholic Digest. A graduate of Christendom College, John and his wife Lisa have nine children and live in Florida.

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John ClarkFebruary 15, 20234 min read

Apologetics Begins At Home

Atheism is clearly on the rise—how do we stop atheism among young people before it starts? With apologetics—the kind that begins at home.
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John ClarkJanuary 5, 20236 min read

The Trilemma Of C.S. Lewis, Part Five: Jesus Is God

As John Clark wraps up his series on the 'Trilema of C.S. Lewis,' he discusses his application of apologetics to the claim that Jesus is God.
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John ClarkNovember 9, 20227 min read

The Trilemma Of C.S. Lewis, Part Four: Was Jesus Mentally Ill?

For the second component of the C.S. Lewis Trilema, John Clark utilizes the god delusion and examines accusations to answer 'was Jesus mentally ill?'
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John ClarkSeptember 20, 20226 min read

The Trilemma Of C. S. Lewis, Part Three: Was Jesus A Liar?

Was Jesus a liar? John Cark examines the factors of fame and money in the first component of the C.S. Lewis Trilema.
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John ClarkAugust 12, 20227 min read

The Trilemma Of C.S. Lewis, Part Two: Did Jesus Claim To Be God?

Before breaking down the C.S. Lewis Trilema, John Clark first answers the question of 'did Jesus claim to be God?'
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John ClarkJune 8, 20227 min read

The Trilemma of C. S. Lewis: Is There Evidence That Jesus Lived?

John Clark seeks to answer whether there is evidence that Jesus lived in the first installment of his C.S. Lewis Trilema series.
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John ClarkJanuary 13, 20227 min read

The Reluctance Of Males To Become Men: Failure to Launch

John Clark discusses the male reluctance to become men by analyzing Failure to Launch syndrome and arguing for perfect happiness as the answer.
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John ClarkOctober 21, 20214 min read

The Desperate Necessity Of Time Travel

To fight against the hedonistic and atheistic culture we need to travel through time and walk through the libraries of yesteryear.
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John ClarkAugust 17, 20212 min read

Blasphemy Hurts Christians

Most Americans can tell you what blasphemy is. What they may not know is that blasphemy offends Christians. They may not know that it hurts Christians.
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John ClarkJuly 2, 20216 min read

Maybe I’m The Problem

When the St. Catherine of Siena looked for answers as to why such suffering was occurring in the world, she pointed to an unlikely source: herself.
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John ClarkMay 17, 202110 min read

Where Is Mary Buried?

Though it is a required belief for Catholics, the teaching of the Assumption of Mary has faced significant opposition for many years.
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John ClarkApril 3, 20217 min read

Everything Hinges on the Tomb Door

If the Resurrection did actually happen, that event must be viewed as the most important event in human history. There’s really no middle ground here.
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