The prophetic Sheen again sounds as he were looking at today’s society, finding hope in an unusual example amid violence and runaway science
It was the mid-1960s but it might as well be today. Bishop Fulton Sheen was explaining to his TV audience the three sources of the despair and nihilism in the world — which have only multiplied — and the one solution that definitely eradicates it because he was talking about “hope for a wounded world.”
This understanding of order within the human person is the foundation of a proper philosophy of medicine
By John Rziha
In the last six months, all sorts of institutions ranging from churches to private businesses to cities have been forming advisory committees on how to deal with the coronavirus.
By Dave Armstrong
The “problem of evil” is regarded by most Christian apologists and philosophers of religion as the most serious objection to Christianity and God’s existence.
Critics object that the free will defense (FWD) doesn’t address natural evils (things such as disease, earthquakes, famine, falling off a mountain, etc.), thus it is insufficient, and fails. This isn’t true at all. FWD doesn’t have to address natural evils because these are a necessary consequence of natural laws themselves. For example: