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We don't know everything about God, but at least something. With the help of St. Thomas Aquinas, we know something more about what God is, and what He is not. This helps us also understand the differences between the gods of pagans, the gods of other religions, and the God of Christianity.

Who Is God?
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The question "Where do we come from?" is an issue of life or death.
If evolution has the last word, then death is ultimately the end of the story. But if there is creation, then eternal life may be the light at the end of the tunnel. How can they go together?

God and Evolution?
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The god-gene hypothesis has inundated the world. It was basically invented by the human geneticist Dean Hamer, who now claims he has in fact discovered a gene that he decided to call the "god gene." Does he have a case? What is wrong with his claims? Find out in this video!

Is Religion in Our Genes?
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Atheism comes in many disguises. It is inundating our modern society. What is wrong with atheism? What is the Christian, Catholic response to this challenge?

The Avalanche of Atheism
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The issue of "Creation out of Nothing" has something to do with the distinction between a Primary Cause and secondary Causes. We will discuss questions such as "What is the Cause behind all causes?", "Why is there something rather than nothing?", "What is the difference between science and creation, or between evolution and creation?"

Creation out of Nothing
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The Book of Genesis offers us two different creation accounts. How do we take them? In this video, we discuss the Catholic view on these matters.

Creation According to Genesis
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“This video tries to explain that the Big Bang may be the beginning of the universe, but that it cannot be the origin of the universe. Where does the order of our universe come from? Certainly not from the Big Bang!”

Of All That Is, Seen and Unseen
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“There is this timeless question: Why do bad things happen to good people, to you and me? Answers are manifold. We will discuss them in this video to find out that the final answer came from God at Golgotha.”

The Mystery of Suffering
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Here are some life-size questions that require life-saving answers: Is there a Hell? Is there a Purgatory, or is that just a Catholic invention?

Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory
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“If there is evolution, would we need intelligent design to accomplish the complexity we find in the living world? The answer might surprise you. There is more to it than biology.”

Is There Intelligent Design in Nature?
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Because the mind is more than the brain, the brain of neuroscience and neurosurgery is a mindless brain that works like a radio or TV broadcasts news. It requires a mind to study and understand the brain.

The Enigma of the Human Mind
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“The mind is the intellectual part of the brain. Yet, some neuroscientists want us to believe that the mind is nothing but the brain. If that were so, there couldn't be such a thing as neuroscience. Why not?”

The Mind Is Not the Brain
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“What are the roots of morality? Morality is about what ought to be done - whether we like it or not - about what is right and wrong, about duties and rights. How can we make such decisions?”

Where Do Our Morals Come From?
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Saint Augustine became known for this question. He found out that they do not come from a permanent conflict of two eternal principles (like in manichaeism), but that they are located within me, where a constant warfare takes place between good and evil spirits.

Where Do Good and Evil Come From?
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“How much can be known by reason and how much can be known by faith? Reason tells us more than faith alone, and faith tells us more than reason alone. Yet, they can never contradict each other. They actually need each other.”

Faith and Reason
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There is definitely chance and randomness in life, but is that all there is to it? Is there still room left for Providence?

Does Chance Rule Our Destiny?
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This video discusses various viewpoints on this issue and analyzes what they are worth. Does respect for other religions mean to let go of any truth claims? Do we have to go along to get along?

What About Other Religions?
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Can we prove that God exists? Are there logical or mathematical or scientific proofs for His existence? Yes or no? Let us try to find out.

Proofs for God's Existence? Yes or No?
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Where does this claim come from? And is it true? If it were true, religion would be on its way out, for religion tells us that our fate is in God's hands. What is the real power of DNA?

Is Our Fate in Our Genes?
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How can we be free if God is almighty? How can there be evil in the world if God is almighty? These and similar questions call for answers. Which answers does the Catholic Church have?

An All-Powerful God?
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Vatican II and all the Popes (including Pope Francis) speak of "redemption for all" but not of "salvation for all." What is the difference? And does it matter?

Is Eternal Salvation for Everyone?
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There would be no room for religion,
1. if science covers all there is...
2. if there is only "matter" in this universe...
3. if science can explain religion away...
Let's find out what these claims are worth.

Does Science Leave Room for Religion?
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The idea that God suffers with us has made some believe that God is a suffering God. But that is not the Catholic view. A suffering God is no longer God. So does God still suffer with us?

Does God Suffer with Us?
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What does the Catholic Church say about homosexuality? The answer is not as monolithic as some think. Let us find out how the Church came to this position and whether it can withstand scientific scrutiny.

Homosexuality and Catholicism
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One of the reasons why people pray to God is that He is all-powerful and is able to do what we ask for. But God is also all-knowing, so why would we pray to Him if He already knows what we need or like to pray for?

Why Catholics Pray
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One of the greatest villains in the anti-Catholic myths fabricated around the Holocaust is Pope Pius XII. The nagging question is: How could this man ever become so controversial?

Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust
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Euthanasia has stirred quite a debate. Even governments and courts have been involved. What is often missing in the debate is the religious dimension of making life and death decisions.

Aid in Dying - When Life Comes to Completion
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Galileo is routinely portrayed as a victim of religious persecution and a martyr to the cause of science.Here is the real story about Galileo. It’s not the story about an enlightened scientist being persecuted by a narrow-minded Catholic Church because that story is basically a myth.

The Galileo Myth
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Mary has many titles: Immaculata, the Mother of God, the Virgin Mary, Ever Virgin, The New Eve, Mother of Sorrows, Our Advocate. How did Catholics come up with all of this?

The Mother of God in Catholicism
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Do they go together? The answer may surprise you. The Bible, more in particular the New Testament, was born in the cradle of the Catholic Church. What has the Church done to and with the Bible? Let's find out.

Catholics and the Bible
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One of the best kept secrets of modern history is the important role the Catholic Church had in the development of modern science. Unlike what many think, the scientific project, even the scientific method itself, was and is an invention of some Catholic pioneers. Pierre Duhem was one of the first scientists to regard the medieval scholastic tradition as the cradle of modern science.

The Catholic Roots of Science
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Some have hailed the latest Encyclical of Pope Francis. Others have made some critical comments. Like in every discussion, there most be some truth to what either party says. Let's find out.

Controversy over Laudato Si'
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Biology has studied extensively where and when humanity started in the evolution of life. It is very questionable, though, whether science is really able to capture what makes us uniquely human. There is something that eludes science, namely the fact that we are rational and human beings. That's where religion comes in.

The Origin of Humanity
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This video discusses what happens during menstruation, ovulation, fertilization, and development in the mother's womb. It also discusses when human life begins, and what this means for being pro-life or pro-choice.

From Conception to Child Birth
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There is a lot of talk about the anti-Christ - especially so in connection with the end-time. Does the anti-Christ come from outside or inside the Church? What do we know, and what do we not know, about him?

Who Is the Anti-Christ?
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Interview with Salt-and-Light Radio/TV

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