Talking about the Things That Matter Most
4:00 – Kresta Comments
4:20 – How Science Points us to God
It’s the argument that won’t die: Science and Religion are incompatible and any reasonable, rational person should ally themselves with the former. But as Gerard Verschuuren points out, it is often the scientists – not the people of faith – who are unwilling to incline their wills to the truth when it presents itself. He joins us.
5:00 – How did we get to a place where a Catholic who personally opposes abortion can be against any abortion restrictions?
5:20 – A Child Who Led Me — From Liberal Feminism to Life
Cynthia Scodova was raised in a Fundamentalist branch of Protestant Christianity during the 60s and 70s. As a teenager she was drawn toward nature mysticism and eastern philosophies, and a few years later she found herself fully embracing the “spirituality” of the liberal movements of the 70s and 80s. She did eventually marry, though she did not want kids – but it was her first child that began her journey to the Church. She joins us.