In this episode I compare and contrast different ways of sacrificing, for the sake of God, the self-evident gifts that make us human: free will, reason, and morality.Continue reading “CVS Meta – 2019-02-09 – Atheism and agnosticism”
This episode was inspired by two very different CVS listeners, John Revell and Robert White. I talk about solipsism and the irrational abuse of our freedom and every other good gift from our loving God, who is, in spite of our selfish tantrums, courting us with limitless patience. The bottom line: get over yourself, and let yourself be seduced by the King of Kings.Continue reading “CVS Meta – 2019-01-03 – Solipsism and playing hard to get”
I met Lucas about 10 years ago. He got my attention at a dinner party when he announced that he had met and talked with angels. We had some heated exchanges via email at that time, but I think we have both mellowed with age. I haven’t seen him in a while, and so I’m glad he agreed to be interviewed. I enjoyed our brief chat.Continue reading “Catholic vs. Other – 2018-12-27 – Lucas Fehr”
This is part 2 because it’s the second episode featuring Chris on my podcast, but in reality this is an interview that Chris did of me for his awesome Catholic podcast: Catholic Real. Check it out.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2018-08-25 – Christopher Agron Part 2”
I met Mythica on Facebook. She describes herself as a Christian Witch, or a Pagan. She prefers to think of herself as having added to her Catholic upbringing, rather than having abandoned it. Mythica appeared on Season One of Skin Wars, which is now on Netflix.
I met Shane on YouTube. He identifies as a combination of Gnostic and Baptist. Among other things, Shane believes that Satan is not pure spirit, but has a human form with both male and female sexual organs. He was friendly, and we got along well in spite of our theological differences.
This is my sister, Linda, whom I love very much. She was adopted into our family when my parents lost my sister Faith at birth due to Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus. It was fun getting to know Linda a little better because we have never talked about religion before.
Dr. Weizfeld identifies as an “Orthodox Jewish Agnostic”. I met him about 20 years ago. Part of the year he chooses to live in the West Bank in a city called Nablus, which is the location of the very important Old Testament city of Shechem. He has a PhD in Political Science.
The woman who wants to be known simply as “Their Child” emailed me asking to read aloud her email text. I don’t have time, so I used text to speech instead. As always, I am putting this out there as “Catholic vs. Other” without rebuttal. God help us all.
I met Tino more than a decade ago, through mutual friends He lives in Belgium. Tino describes his religion as “tribal gatherings and psychedelic medicines.” He believes that we can access ultimate reality through altered states of consciousness.