Books

Divine freedom and heresy

October 24, 2022 Dr. Edward Feser 18

I commend to you Fr. James Dominic Rooney’s excellent recent Church Life Journal article “The Incoherencies of Hard Universalism.” It is directed primarily at David Bentley Hart’s defense of universalism in his book That All Shall Be Saved, of […]

The Dispatch

God, gods, and becoming gods

October 5, 2022 Dr. Jared Ortiz 17

There is a somewhat hot debate today about whether the Bible teaches there is only one God (monotheism) or whether God is the chief god among many gods (henotheism) but who alone should be worshiped […]

Essay

The Church has a Science Problem

August 25, 2022 Rachel M. Coleman 71

It has become fairly common in these post-Covid times to distinguish very carefully between science and scientism, or between science and The ScienceTM. The distinction generally goes something like this: Science is a method for […]

Essay

The God Question Revisited

November 20, 2020 Jack Gist 14

Walker Percy’s father committed suicide when Walker was a teenager. After his mother drove her car off a Louisiana bridge, he was raised by an agnostic first-cousin. Such experiences have driven many a young soul […]

The Dispatch

Love In an age of tolerance and abortion

May 20, 2019 Fr. Charles Fox 7

One of the accusations most often leveled against Catholics is that we are “intolerant.” The world calls us intolerant because we don’t accept everything people do without question or protest. It’s a somewhat bitter irony […]