Suppose we agree that there was a creator of some kind. How could that creator be the God of the Bible, who is full of vengeance and anger?
Fr. Spitzer discusses the question of “If nothing can come from nothing, where did ‘God’ come from?”
Even if There’s Cosmological Evidence For a Creator, How Do You Make the Leap From That to Christianity?
Granted that there is cosmological evidence for a creator, why should we jump from that to Christianity?
What is the difference between metaphysics and physics, and what are the limits of each?
Is it possible for there to be Divine intervention in our universe? Some thinkers have argued that if God did create the universe he wouldn’t break its laws.
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.
Fr. Spitzer shows how the Bible and Darwinian evolution are not in fact diametrically opposed.
If intelligent life were found, we would tell them about Jesus Christ, and then, if they are willing, baptize them and start churches on the other planet.
The Church holds that the Biblical author was not doing science, but rather theology, responding to theological errors in the popular creation myths of the day.
Several people have asked questions about the accuracy of Neil deGrasse Tyson’s portrayal of the Catholic Church in the recent series Cosmos (aired on FOX).