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“Kresta in the Afternoon”— August 28, 2014

Talking about the “things that matter most” on August 28.

 

4:00 – Kresta Comments: When westerners go to wage Jihad

 

4:20 – Have the Church and science been wrong since Galileo?

 

Some Catholics and others are being exposed to a small group of individuals who are marketing books, conferences, and movies designed to promote their claim that the earth is motionless and the entire universe rotates around it. Why are some being compelled to debunking something as ridiculous as geocentrism? Because a group of men is expending considerable time, energy and money in an effort to convince everyone geocentrism is true and that the Church and/or scientific community at large has been involved in a long-standing conspiracy to hide that supposed truth. They commonly present themselves as experts and scholars in theology, canon law, multiple fields of science and more. Some in this group also pressure Catholics to accept their theory and buy their products by falsely claiming that the Catholic Church officially teaches geocentrism as an article of faith. Some are being turned off to the Catholic faith for the same reason. For that reason apologetics is demanded. David Palm who runs GeocentrismDebunked.org joins us.

 

5:00 – Kresta Comments: News reporting vs news commentary

 

5:20 – When Catholics make films

 

Immaculata Pictures is a new indie film company that wants to reinvent how we see movies by combining classic storytelling with the latest techniques and equipment. Co-founder Patrick Coffin is with us to talk about it. 

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