Tag: apologetics

Calling all Fiskers

This is a long, intelligent, well-written, logical, and rather wrong piece about the Communion controversy written by an atheist. If it were just just laughable pretzel logic, I probably wouldn’t have given it a second thought. Since is so skillfully written, it ought to be refuted with at least as much skill. Even if I …

Continue reading

Honest Enquiry

Pam, the Catholic blogmistress of “A Bird’s Melody“, sincerely wonders why homosexual acts are sinful. Anybody out there want to field this one? I suppose we could point her to the relevant parts of the Catechism, but I suspect that would be unsatisfying for her. the church and homosexuality A sin is either an act …

Continue reading

Science and Religion

There aren't any Amazon reviews of this book yet, so I don't know if it's any good, but I like the premise. A book like this might have gotten me out of my agnostic phase sooner. Author Helps Science-Minded Skeptics Discover Well-Reasoned Faith By Jim Brown June 8, 2004 (AgapePress) – A new book written …

Continue reading