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?'
The 'Just Right' Anthropic Coincidences of Our Goldilocks Universe: Part III
Dr. Kurland continues to discuss the 'just right anthropic coincidences of our universe. In this installment, he examines the evidence provided by physics.
The Padre Pio Miracle that Led to His Beatification
The St. Padre Pio's miracle that led to his beatification: the case of Consiglia De Martino, a married woman with three children from Salerno, Italy.
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.
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 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?'
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.
A Lawyer, a Journalist, and a Scientist Detail the Miracle of the Sun
A look into witnesses' accounts of the occurrence of the Miracle of the Sun at the Cova da Iria in Fatima.
The Eucharistic Miracle Pope Francis Witnessed in Buenos Aires
The scientific validation and possible frauds associated with the Pope Francis Eucharistic miracle that occurred in Buenos Aires.
23 Famous Scientists Who Are Not Atheists
Many atheists are of the opinion that you cannot be a good scientist if you are deluded by religious faith. Let's put the kibosh to that opinion.
Fr. George Coyne, SJ: Astrophysicist, Priest, and Former Director of the Vatican Observatory
Fr. George Coyne, SJ, passed away February 14, 2020. As an astrophysicist, priest, and former director of the Vatican Observatory, he was a remarkable man.
The Purpose of a Myth: Insights from J.R.R. Tolkien and Mircea Eliade
What is the purpose of myths? Myths have 2 functions: to give strength through a connection with transcendent reality and to present a paradigm for action.