The Catholic Church and the Holocaust-Denying Bishop

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The Young Messiah: A Response to its Critics

Date: 04/08/2016

The Young Messiah ( TYM ) is a film at once entertaining and endearing. An admittedly fictionalized imagining of Jesus as a seven year-old boy, this movie’s treatment of its subject matter is eminently respectful. Not everyone feels this way, however. Dave Armstrong, a “professional Catholic apologist,” concedes in Patheos that “there are several aspects of [the] development of the huma ...

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Interview: John O'Boyle on the Easter Mysteries Musical

Date: 03/15/2016

Easter Mysteries is an original, musical theater production about Christ’s death and resurrection, seen through the lens of his disciples and followers.  It is the first Passion Play ever told from Peter's perspective, with iconic biblical characters portrayed by an interracial cast.  It will be shown in theaters for a special one-night event on March 22, 2016. Directed by Daniel Goldstein ( ...

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Getting to Forgiveness

Date: 02/24/2016

[caption id="attachment_4264" align="alignleft" width="400"] Photo Credit: Erik Odin Cathcart[/caption] I was recently interviewed again by Brianna Steinhilber of EverUp. This time on Forgiveness. Read her excellent piece here that quotes me. Read it here now >>  Here is the our complete conversation How do you define forgiveness?  Forgiveness can be defined from an internal or e ...

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Interview: Composer David Benjamin Steinberg of "Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures"

Date: 02/16/2016

[iframe width="100%" height="450" scrolling="no" frameborder="no" src=""] David Benjamin Steinberg is a composer who recently created the score for a documentary about photographer Robert M ...

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Holocaust Remembrance Day

Date: 01/27/2016

Jew-hatred is thousands of years old. It is a spiritual sickness that comes from another dimension. As an evangelical Christian, I've had many conversations with Jewish friends who wonder why the world hates them. I believe this spiritual dimension is an overlooked reason — overlooked by many, non-Jews included. It is almost unfathomable that 70 years ago, the Nazis murdered a third of the world ...

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In Defense of a Separation of State and Science

Date: 01/10/2016

Guest writer Myron Pauli, a Ph.D. in physics, argues for the need for a separation of State and Science.  As always, Dr. Pauli offers much food for thought. Most of us understand the concept of separation of church and state (government). But few understand how that can carry over into separation of education and state or science and state. Government determination of “truth” often winds up ba ...

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New Year

Date: 01/01/2016

As we enter the New Year, our thoughts turn to new beginnings, new possibilities, new hope. This fragile interval which separates one year from the next is pregnant with potential. We find ourselves taking time out of time to evaluate our past experiences and actions and to prepare ourselves mentally, physically and spiritually for our future. Our reflections and resolutions at this transition pe ...

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