Robert Haddad describes and responds to the Jewish, Islamic, modernist and mythicist arguments against the Divinity of Jesus Christ.
Author Robert Haddad
In this talk for the UTS Catholic Society’s Christ Week, Robert Haddad explains and responds to “Mythicism” – the theory that Jesus Christ never existed.
Robert Haddad explores the writings of St Justin Martyr and the early Christian apologists, to see how they defended the Church amidst persecution.
Robert Haddad presents the Catholic view of the soul – specifically the human soul – and defends the notion of its immortality in accordance with Catholic teaching and philosophy.
Robert Haddad reflects on his continuous conversion in the Catholic Church, and discusses the importance of the Eucharist from the days of the early Church.
Robert Haddad looks at evidence relating to the history of the True Cross and the crucifixion of Christ, as well as exploring why Catholics venerate the cross.
Robert Haddad takes on the protestant charge that Mary was not a perpetual Virgin, based on the apparent reading of Scripture that Jesus had ‘brothers and sisters’; and explores who exactly the ‘brothers and sisters’ were.