https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-yypvr-d615fd For whatever reason skype broke this interview up into two parts. Gary gives us some great insight into the defense mechanisms that the witnesses are taught, how Greek verbs are manipulated, and how to interact when they come to your door. Check out Gary's great work at handsonapologetics.com and garymichuta.com.
Hello Everyone, I hope everyone had a great and restful weekend. This post will be very short compared to some of the others that I have done. The purpose of this post is to let you know about my new radio show that starts on January 26th. As many of you know, I live in... Continue Reading →
There are many passages in scripture that attribute divinity to Christ, and there are many that were spoken by the Lord himself. The spoken words of Christ in regards to his divinity will be our focus today. Williamhemsworth.com Tucsonapologetics.org https://youtu.be/qxeXbqiOmKE
The Feast of Tabernacles plays an important role in John’s gospel. It was an important Jewish festival that brought to mind the provision of God while the children of Israel were wondering in the wilderness for forty years en route to the promised land. It occurred after the Day of Atonement and marked the end... Continue Reading →
The title of this article is “Did Jesus Claim to be God?” It is a question that is asked very often and it is important to have a proper defense (i.e. apologetic) to respond to this crucial question. It is vital because if Jesus is not God in the flesh then you and I as... Continue Reading →
In sacred scripture, we read that man was created he had a perfect relationship with God. Man is the pinnacle of creation. God gave man everything. In return the Lord asked man not to each of one tree in the garden. Man did not listen, rebelled, and had to face the consequences of sin for... Continue Reading →
It is a busy time for us, but it is also a busy time for the church. Our priests work very hard and should be included in our Christmas plans.
During the Christmas season the Gospel of Matthew is often read as it is one of the two Gospels that contains an infancy narrative of Christ. Though this holds great significance, there are many other pieces of the Gospel that give us clues on how to live a Christian life.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-u8bns-cae75f This week Catholic Answers apologist Karlo Broussard comes on the program to discuss his book "Meeting the Protestant Challenge" from Catholic Answers Press. Karlo helps us defend objections using scripture. We discuss the authority of Peter at the Council of Jerusalem in Acts 15. The challenge to Papal infallibility, and the sinlessness of Mary. ... Continue Reading →