Tag Archive: Christianity

Rural Sense Show Ep 6: The Black Market – Moral, Immoral, or Morally Neutral?

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As the economic deterioration of the world continues to unfold, the issue of the Black Market grows. In this episode of the Rural Sense Show the Instructive Scholar is joined by the legendary Paul Wilson & Matthew Mazzocco to discuss the inherent nature of the Black Market and whether it is moral, immoral or morally neutral…

Book Review – Reasons to Believe (2007)

Catholic Review A Flexible Faith Reasons to Believe

Faith and Reason are like two wings on which the human spirit rises to the contemplation of truth. – Pope John Paul II (1998) Author: Scott Hahn Publisher: Doubleday Genre: Theology Reading Level: Adult My Rating: 9 of 10 Why should Catholics believe what they believe?…
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Rural Sense Show Ep 5: Pope Francis & the Conciliarist Heresy

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With all the doctrinal controversy surrounding Pope Francis, some very real questions are now arising for Catholics. How far can they obey the Pope? Where can they respectfully disagree with or criticize the Pope? In this episode of the Rural Sense Show, the Instructive Scholar discusses these questions with renowned Catholic historian and theologian Steve Weidenkopf along with some historical incidents surrounding the Papacy which bear similarities to today’s controversies…