Over the past 4 or 8 or 12 years, it’s worth wondering if we're becoming people who claim to love humanity, but fail to love and befriend actual persons.
It is an unfortunate and terrifying catechesis that presents God as a being whose happiness is indifferent to my existence.
In this sixth article of the series “What is Time,” we discuss the timelessness of God and why God created time to allow for free will and moral choice.
Some risks are worth taking. Even more importantly, the risks that we decide to take—as well as those we decide not to take—serve to define who we are.
The Magis Center’s new John Templeton funded campaign, The Purposeful Universe, looks at an evolutionary system guided by order in physics and chemistry.
A Must-Read for Those Interested in Christian Worldview
Many people who leave the Catholic Church pride themselves on the use of reason. But on the level of reason, when did the metaphysics stop being true?
In the video below, Professor John Lennox shares that he found exposing his faith in God to questioning from others has only made it stronger.
University of Notre Dame Professor Carter Snead explains the secular versus Catholic view of the human person, beginning with "What is a person?"
In this piece, I’ll explain why relativity changes our view of time from an absolute dimension to one that depends on how we’re moving and where we are.