Art for the Ages: The Eyes of a Woman Artist
Dr. Katie Kresser looks at the works of Artemisia Gentileschi—one of the first woman artists in history to enjoy a high-profile professional career.
Scientific Evidence for God (Insights and Explanations)
From a scientist’s point of view, what evidence might there be to support belief in God? Here we summarize the best scientific evidence for God.
Jesus’ Empty Tomb: Not the Only Empty Tomb in Early Christianity
A comparison of the prison arrests of the Apostles and, later, Peter to the empty tomb of Jesus—all written with humorous Hollywood mafioso language.
Mother Teresa's Miracles: How She Was Declared a Saint
The process of canonization requires two investigated miracles; Mother Teresa’s miracles took place in the lives of Monica Besra and Marcilio Andrino.
2022 Magis Women Fall Retreats
Are you ready to find your way closer to God and be surrounded by other women with the same desire? If so, these retreats may be just right for you!
Was the story of Jesus actually lifted from the Egyptian Horus myth?
Father Spitzer shows that the gospel accounts of Jesus' life are definitely not a retelling of the Egyptian myth of Horus, the god of the sun.
The 'Just Right' Anthropic Coincidences of Our Goldilocks Universe: Part I
A look into whether the anthropic coincidences are “special,” examining specific instances of the “just right” instances of these, and the cosmic evidence.
New Insights into the Nones: The Rise of the “Dones”
A look into the 'dones'—a new group within the 'nones'—and traces of religion still left in them.
5 Credible Stories of Near Death Experiences (Peer-Reviewed)
A look into five stories of near death experiences from peer-reviewed journals and what they can teach us about consciousness, the afterlife, and God.
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?'
Art for the Ages: St. Francis and the Birth of Renaissance Art
Inspired by her recent trip to Assissi, Italy, Katie Kresser writes St. Francis, St. Clare, Giotto, and (of course) Renaissance Art.
A Catechesis for 'God Butchers': The Metaphysics of Time and Eternity
Author Matthew Tsakanikas discusses fighting the new atheism—'God Butchers'—in the wake of suffering, darkness, and pain.