Bishop Robert Barron explains that the fundamental value of Christianity is love, and explores whether love is always inclusive, tolerant and diverse.
Browsing: Culture & Worldview
Bishop Robert Barron discusses his recent interview with Dave Rubin on “The Rubin Report”, explaining that Christianity is much more than sexual morality.
Bishop Robert Barron reflects on the importance of God’s precepts for a society by exploring a dramatic dilemma in the television series “The Crown”.
Bishop Robert Barron encourages the growing secular world to aim for higher things by reflecting on the shepherds at the Nativity in St Luke’s Gospel.
Daniel Nour speaks with Egyptian political scientist Samuel Tadros about Muslims and Christians in modern day Egypt.
Dr. Matthew Tan explores the subtle, yet damaging nature of imagery in modern day society and it being a modern anthropological and theological crisis.
Fleming Rutledge’s The Crucifixion reignites our interest in Christ’s torturous death as the central event of world history, Bishop Barron explains.
Bishop Robert Barron proposes St Thomas Aquinas’ style of argument as an answer to the contemporary Western world’s timid academic conversations.