Which MOS host was promised to be made a cardinal by the Archbishop Chaput of Philadelphia if he becomes the next Pope? Aside from an empty promise, the Archbishop shares profound insights into the current Sexual Revolution from the Catholic perspective, and from his unique view point as someone committed to celibacy. Archbishop Chaput is also an author of a book our hosts would highly recommend: Strangers in a Strange Land, in which the Archbishop expresses in more vivid detail how the conservative religious camps are being marginalized by a radical progression in cultural norms at an alarmingly rapid pace. We discuss everything from contraception to abortion to gay marriage to transgenderism. For all who listen, this is a stand-out interview full of rich insight with a vital undertaking in how to think in today's world - a world where we ought to live holding the Bible in one hand and the newspaper in the other.
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Jael finally made the cover of a devotional...
A new year is a time of reflection.
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Stephen Wellum's book on Christology offers both solid theology and an example of how theology should be done.
My favourite church history book of 2016.
Kevin Giles' paper from ETS 2016
A forthcoming book brings Lutheran and Reformed theology into conversation with each other.
What you talkin' 'bout, Willis?