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Today on”Kresta in the Afternoon” – April 14

Talking about the “things that matter most” on April 14

4:00 – Kresta Comments: Kathleen Sebelius Resigns / Request an NFL Cheerleader to Visit Your Seat / CNN and Perpetual Fear and Disaster Coverage

4:20 – The Magisterium Rules: The Debate Over Geocentrism is Over
It’s over. It has been over for a very long time. But, like a gathering of diehards who think Appomattox was just a temporary set-back for the South, this crop of geocentrists operate in a kind of time warp. In 1820, the Catholic Church officially closed the debate: Catholics are perfectly free to accept and teach modern cosmological views concerning the motion of the earth while rejecting geocentrism. In 1822, the Church went even further and declared penalties for not allowing the publication of books that present the motion of the earth as a logical conclusion of science. We talk to David Palm who had been following and writing on this topic for years.

5:00 – Kresta Comments: Kathleen Sebelius Resigns / Request an NFL Cheerleader to Visit Your Seat / CNN and Perpetual Fear and Disaster Coverage

5:20 – Biblical Evidence for Catholicism
David Armstrong has been defending the faith for decades, mostly from a purely Biblical approach. Far from straying from the Bible, Catholicism is eminently and thoroughly biblical. Indeed, Catholicism is the only Christian religion that is in full conformity with what the Bible clearly teaches. A former Protestant campus missionary, David is here to tell his conversion story and discusses those issues about which Catholics and Protestants disagree the most: the role of the Bible as a rule of faith, whether we are justified by faith alone, whether doctrine develops, what the Eucharist really is, veneration of Mary and prayer to the saints, the existence of purgatory, the role of penance in salvation, and the nature and infallibility of the papacy.

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