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.
Prof John Haldane discusses the influence of religion on his life, the role of the Church in political discourse, and the current state of politics.
Bishop Robert Barron explains that Western culture cannot understand the core issue of pornography until it begins to reverence love over seeming freedom.
Owen Vyner explains how a renewed personal relationship with the Sacraments opens up an encounter with Christ and the Mercy of the Father.
Fr Richard Umbers speaks on the rise of the secular age, its difference from a Christian worldview, and how Christians should approach it.