Cosmic Covenantal Communion — A New Article in Communio International Catholic Review
I am thrilled to have recently received the author copies of my latest article entitled “Covenantal Communion between God, Man, and Creation: Reflections on an
A Discussion of Evolution & the Bible on Catholic Answers Live!
Yesterday I had the joy to return to Catholic Answers Live to discuss Scripture and evolution, drawing in insights from my most recent book From
Benedict XVI’s Parting Words and Lasting Concerns
With the passing of Pope Benedict XVI into eternal life, one of the most sobering realizations was something that we all knew was coming on
Is the Bible True? The Reliability of Scripture and Violence in the Bible
Max and Joey, two seminarians at the Josephinum in Ohio, run a great show called The Logos Podcast. Here’s an enjoyable and wide-ranging discussion that
Benedict XVI and the Cosmic Covenant
After the widespread attention that Pope Francis’s 2015 encyclical on care for creation has garnered over the past several years, the extensive concern paid by
Benedict the Theologian: A ‘New Aquinas’ and a 21st-Century Doctor of the Church
In honor of Pope Benedict XVI’s passing into eternal life, I’ve added a few of my words to the chorus of reflections on the legacy
Marytrs Podcast: Understanding Genesis: Science, Evolution, and Faith
This October, I joined Mark Heffley and the parishioners at North American Marytrs parish in Lincoln, NE to deliver a lecture on Catholicism, Scripture, and
Hope & Death: Christian Responses
A nice surprise came in the mail today: my author copy of the new Emmaus Academic book Hope and Death: Christian Reponses, which is a
Evolution, Benedict XVI, and the Bible @ Classical Theism
I’m happy to share another rewarding podcast session on my new book with John DeRosa at Classical Theism. It was great to be back on
“Is Intelligent Design Credible?” A Conversation with Michael Behe
In a delightful surprise, this week I was to honored to receive an invite back to the Pat Flynn Show. This time, the privilege was
From the Dust of the Earth: Announcing the Publication of My Latest Book!!!
I am thrilled to announce the publication of my book From the Dust of the Earth: Benedict XVI, the Bible, and the Theory of Evolution!!
Christianity & Evolution: Friends, Not Enemies
“Christianity & Evolution: Friends, Not Enemies.” Just in time for the impending release of my book on understanding evolution in the light of faith with
“The New Apologetics” Is Out!
While the essentials will always remain the same, apologetics today isn’t precisely what it used to be, and so Word on Fire has just published
Does Evolution Undermine Christianity? A Thomistic Institute Lecture & More
It’s been quite a while since I’ve been able to post any updates, but I am happy to share a few exciting items from earlier
The Primacy of Christ and World Religions: A Lecture at the Newman Institute of the University of Nebraska
As a product of Newman Center ministries where I first discovered my love for the Catholic intellectual tradition, I am pleased to be able to
The Nature of Faith & Doubt — A Podcast Episode w/ John DeRosa @ Classical Theism
Very excited to be able to share this episode I recently recorded with John DeRosa for his great podcast Classical Theism, wherein we talk belief,
Ratzinger on Evolution and Evil: A Christological and Mariological Answer to the Problem of Suffering and Death in Creation
I’m delighted to share that my most recent piece has just been posted online for a special issue of the international journal Religions entitled Theodicy
The Pope Benedict XVI Reader
Bishop Robert Barron’s Word on Fire Institute has just begun advertising a new volume that I’m delighted to endorse and see on paper: The Pope
Evolution and the Bible: A Conversation with Pat Flynn
It’s always a pleasure to chat with Pat Flynn on his podcast. I almost forgot to post this here, but here’s a conversation of ours
Christ in the Classroom: The Paschal Mystery
I was blessed to be on the Sophia Institute for Teachers “Christ in the Classroom” podcast with Jose Gonzalez this week. It’s a great series
Thomas Aquinas, Biblical Theologian
Just this weekend at Ave Maria University, I caught my first printed glimpse of a book project I’m involved in called Thomas Aquinas, Biblical Theologian.
Another Great “Dark Passages” Discussion!
This week, I sat down with Pat Flynn to discuss more “dark passages” of the Bible and the principles needed to address them. We covered