Poor Catholics So Deceived about Evolution and the Bible A Critique of Brett Salkeld's Creationism as a Conspiracy Theory

As my patrons know, I have been dealing with the subject of creationism v. evolution for the last 40 years. Although I have not written a book specifically on evolution, I have included critiques of it in my books, Scientific Heresies and A Commentary on Genesis 1-11, in addition to numerous treatments in published and unpublished articles. After reading Salkeld’s paper, I was amazed at the total misrepresentation of the creation side of the story and the modern science that backs it up. I was also alarmed by Bishop Robert Barron, who Salkeld cites for support, with his cavalier attitude of Scripture; and how Jimmy Akin, who Salkeld also cites, takes sides against the traditional requirement concerning the unanimous consent of the Fathers. The straw that broke the camel’s back was when I read Salkeld had the audacity to accuse creationists of being part of a “conspiracy theory,” yet, by his own admission, he had refused to answer any of their challenges. It was then I decided to write a thorough critique of his paper. When someone says he gives himself the right to spout his own beliefs but will not answer any challenges, this puts a whole different light on who and what we are dealing with. With that said, I will answer Salkeld’s paper line-by-line, including an analysis of Bishop Robert Barron views and Jimmy Akin when Salkeld makes reference to them. Before we start, look at this 7:00 minute video in which a staunch Ph.D. educated evolutionist converted to creationism based on the science brought to him by a young girl in his classroom.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfhhwSQYnEQ

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Dr. James R. White On the Work of Calvary Supports the Theology of the Catholic Mass

Robert Sungenis referenced this passage in tonight's broadcast. He referred to it as "couldn't have been written better by Thomas Aquinas" clearly expressing the Catholic theology of the Mass.
Except it wasn't written by Thomas Aquinas.
It was written by reformed Baptist apologist, professor, and elder, Dr. James R White, of Alpha and Omega Ministries. He's debated most of the Catholic apologists out there.
"The terms “offering” and “sacrifice” come straight from the Levitical concepts of sacrifice in the law. The writer of Hebrews also used this kind of language in describing the work of Christ: “But when Christ appeared as high priest of the good things to come, (He entered) through the greater and more perfect tabernacle not made by hands, that is, not of this creation, neither did he enter the holy place once for all through the blood of goats and calves, but through His own blood, having obtained eternal redemption.” (Hebrews 9:11-12) On what basis does Christ enter into the Holy Place? Not through the blood of goats and calves, but through His own blood. He enters into the presence of the Father, having obtained eternal redemption. Christ presents Himself before the Father as the perfect oblation in behalf of His people. His work of intercession, then, is based on His work of atonement. Intercession is not another or different kind of work, but is the presentation of the work of the cross before the Father.7 Jesus does not implore the Father to be merciful to men without grounds for that mercy, does He? Would the Son ask the Father to compromise His holiness and justice by simply overlooking sin? Surely not! Rather, the Son intercedes for men before the Father on the basis of the fact that in His death He has taken away the sins of God’s people, and therefore, by presenting His finished work on Calvary before the Father, He assures the application of the benefits of His death to those for whom He intercedes."
Here is Robert Sungenis quoting it in the Mass debate with Dr. White: https://youtu.be/ngjs-X-ItqU?t=238

-Laurence Gonzaga, posted on Facebook

05/13/20 - Robert Sungenis Live - Jimmy Akin and Faith and Works Controversy, E. Michael Jones, Hail Marys to Pay for Heaven, un-baptized babies, and more




1.      Comments on Matt 16:28 concerning Christ’s coming judgment upon men’s works.
2.      Comments on the August blessedness of our immaculate Virgin Mother?
3.      On Catholic Answers Live, Jimmy Akin [apparently] said that it's a "misconception", esp. amongst Catholics, that the Church teaches that faith and works are required for salvation. Jimmy Akin went on to say [apparently] that faith alone does not save, nor works alone either. So, faith alone doesn't save, works alone doesn't save (we already know these two), and faith and works don't save. So, what does save?
4.      Comments on the works of E. Michael Jones?
5.      In our Catholic Tradition, who crushed the serpent's head? Was it the Blessed Mother, or our Lord?
6.      Comments about St. Louis de Montfort writing that it was an abomination that our Lord would say you can pay your way to Heaven by saying Hail Marys.
7.      Is there a video or part of a video on the Foucault Pendulum?
8.      Can one be 100% sure that miscarried babies’ souls are in heaven?
9.      Can you explain Humani Generis? It seems that we are not allowed to believe in evolution but it was allowed to research it. It that correct?
10.  Where can I find your detailed explanation about Noah's Ark?
11.  Comments on Gerry defending Montefort by appealing to the “meritus de congruo va de consignor” distinction, and Jesus counting the money that he earned which Mary dispenses via the Rosaries we pray. And comments on “meritus de congruo vs. meritus de condign”.
12.  Has there been recent developments or scientific support for the axis of evil supporting geocentrism?
13.  Could one say that God justifies through sanctification?
14.  Are priests not allowed to use Mozart's Requiem in funerals and Bach's Mass in B minor in Solemn High Masses because Mozart was a Mason and Bach was a Lutheran? Or they can?
15.  Why does the Michelson-Morley experiment show a small ether drift but sapphire resonators show no ether drift? Both experiments show that the Earth is not revolving.
16.  Comments on the Church’s teaching on “faith and works”.
17.  Comments on whether un-baptized babies that die can have the Beatific Vision.

05/12/20 - Robert Sungenis Live - Canon Law 844, Penance, six days of Creation, 3 Days from Good Friday to Easter Sunday, Movie Risen, Dr. David Anders, Taxes, Separation of Races




1.      Comments on the 1983 Code of Canon Law 844 Paragraph 4 which allows the sacraments of penance, the anointing of the sick and Holy Communion to non-Catholics who manifest Catholic faith.
2.      Comments on the six days of Creation?
3.      Is Usury sin?
4.      How do we get from Good Friday to Easter Sunday when the Bible says Jesus was in the tomb for three days and three nights as it says in Matthew 12:40?
5.      Comments regarding vaccines. Are they safe? Is there a vaccine conspiracy?
6.      Can you explain in what form or fashion God speaks to Catholics and how we are to understand this? Pentecostals talk about “God speaking to them”, and they seem to have a loose understanding of prophecy.
7.      What do you think of the movie Risen? Why does there not seem to be many authentic Catholic movies about Jesus, most seem to be all protestant?
8.      Who elects the Pope? God the Father alone or all 3 persons of the Trinity? And regarding what Benedict said recently about having some part of the primacy; is that heresy? Many have said he is a heretic. Can we say this about him?
9.      I understand that the autographs (original manuscripts) of the books of the Bible are not available. We do have copies of them? The books of the Bible. Bibles were translated into other languages. Since only the original manuscripts were infallible and they are not extant, can we have confidence that the copies and the Catholic translations (like the Douay Rheims Bible) are absolutely accurate and true to the original?
10.  Gotta give push back on your “laity have no recourse to an action in the face of hierarchy”. Church history is full of examples St Joan of Arc, St Catherine of Siena, Charlemagne, Alfonso the Catholic.
11.  In the book Secret of the Rosary there is a vision that our Lord said "I am counting the Hail Mary's you have said. It's the money with which you can pay your way to heaven." What do we make of that?
12.  Would you possibly debate Dr. David Anders on "Did St. Augustine support 'theistic evolution"?
13.  What’s the Catholic view on the state taxing its citizens?
14.  What do you think are the top 3 topics that need to be addressed to get the Church back to tradition and able to influence the culture?
15.  What is the true meaning of Matt16:28 … “Truly I tell you, some who are standing here will not taste death before they see the Son of Man coming in his kingdom”? Atheists use this to say Christianity is a hoax.
16.  Robert, have you ever heard God's voice or him speaking to you in a way? How can I tell if a thought I have is from God or just my own conscience?
17.  Dr Sungenis, would you say that the separation of the races, in terms of physical differences, occurred when God split everyone up after Babel? Or would it have occurred naturally due to environment and climate from that point?


05/06/20 - Robert Sungenis Live - infallibility of doctrines, how we should live our faith, conversion of the Jewish people, Divine Mercy, Communion in the hand, Savanorola, being sued, Orthodox CCD class, Greek exegetical, God changing His mind, Protestant Bibles, How the Bible developed, VFP, NT canon, infallible teachings, Genesis 5 and 11, Free Will, excommunication, Syllabus of Errors, Index of Forbidden Books



1.      Discussion on various topics including the infallibility of doctrines.
2.      After you’re shutdown on YT and we can’t get the sacraments anywhere, what is your advice on how we should live our faith? Should we look to martyrs, live like monastics or both?
3.      In the End Times, will there be a massive conversion of the Jewish people to the Catholic Faith?
4.      Do we have the right to reject the Divine Mercy revelation? Pius XII and John XXIII condemned the work. Now Divine mercy is everywhere.
5.      If, when mass comes back, they decide to only make communion available to take only in the hand, are you going to go along with it?
6.      Dr. Sungenis, what are your thoughts on Savanorola? Is he a good example for how to act in the face of a debauched, abusive hierarchy, or an example of private opinion run wild, out of control?
7.      Dr. Sungenis, Have you ever been legally sued for standing up for the Catholic faith? How does a Catholic stand up for the faith if he must also think about the consequences that can hurt his family?
8.      Do you know of any Orthodox CCD class (online) for 1st Communion, My daughter needs to make her 1st Communion?
9.      Dr. Sungenis, should I buy your Greek exegetical piece by piece or the whole kit and ka boodle when it’s all done? Will it be more value to wait, or volume by volume?
10.  How then can our pleadings/prayers change His mind? God is all-knowing he sees the totality of history in one glance & God's divine plan is perfect, there is nothing we can tell God that he doesn’t know.
11.  Can you write a HISTORICAL book how the bible developed or came to be as we know it now?
12.  Can you explain the immutability of God?
13.  Why do Protestants accept the Catholic bible, albeit with a few edits? They should compile their own scriptures.
14.  Is NFP the 8th Sacrament or the 11th Commandment?
15.  In regards to the NT canon, if a Protestant asserts that in the OT Jews without an infallible church could recognize scripture, why can't Christians do that for the NT canon without relying on the Church?
16.  What exact statement needs to be said or done for it to be infallible? I sometimes liken it to an executive order. But the executive orders are filed as such.
17.  Do you still believe that the genealogies in Genesis 5 and 11 do not represent father son relationships as you said in Appendix 4 of the first edition of Not By Bread Alone?
18.  Is free will a dogma of the Church? Because the fact that Christ sees the future (or other mystics/prophets who see the actual events of a future event) would preclude human free will.
19.  In what case/cases can a Catholic excommunicate oneself? Abortion I know is one way.
20.  Are Pope Pius IX's Syllabus of Errors and the Index of Forbidden Books infallible and valid?

05/05/20 - Robert Sungenis Live - Theology of the Body, Conclave, Jesus' medical cause of death, Mary Spouse to Joseph and Holy Spirit, 2 Peter 3:14-18, papal infallibility, the development of doctrine, Eden, etc



1.      1-hour+ discussion on Theology of the Body.
2.      Can you explain the Conclave; the votes, the smoke and all the nuances? How and when did this process develop?
3.      When Our Lord died on the Holy Cross, what was the actual medical cause of his death?
4.      If Mary is the spouse of the Holy Ghost, how can she be the spouse of St. Joseph at the same time?
5.      Why don’t Catholic apologists use 2 Peter 3:14-18 more often against Protestant quote miners?
6.      Was the blessed Mother with the apostles in the upper room during Pentecost?
7.      Do you think that the papal infallibility Ed decrees of Vatican I are used as a smokescreen to distract from the decrees on faith and reason sometimes? Especially ... in regards to modernism and Canon 4 paragraph 3 of Vatican I: “If anyone says that it is possible that at some time, given the advancement of knowledge, a sense may be assigned to the dogmas propounded by the Church which is different from that which the Church has understood and understands: let him be anathema”.
8.      Discussion on “the development of doctrine”.
9.      Was Eden in Canaan, Mesopotamia, or somewhere else?

Catholic Zionism: Contradiction in Terms

Gavin D'Costa - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia
In the January 2020 issue of First Things, a new phrase was coined to advance the ecumenical efforts between Jews and Catholics. That phrase is “Catholic Zionism,” appearing here in the literature for the first time, to my knowledge. It seeks to make itself the Catholic version of the more common “Christian Zionism” by divesting itself of the apocalyptic dimensions of the latter but continuing to advance the idea that God still owes land to the Jews and has been fulfilling that promise by giving them the present land of Palestine. The full title is: “Catholic Zionism: The Jewish State is a Sign of God’s Fidelity,” written by Gavin D’Costa. The author tries to convince his reader that Catholics should help in this divine endeavor and by doing so they become “Catholic Zionists.”

The Death Penalty: Admissible or Inadmissible? A Response to Tim Staples and Catholic Answers

The Death Penalty: Admissible or Inadmissible?
A Response to Tim Staples and Catholic Answers

Tim Staples - Apologetics, Bible, Convert Catholic SpeakerSome of my patrons have asked me to give my analysis to a paper Tim Staples wrote last year regarding Pope Francis’ change to the Catholic Catechism on the death penalty. Mr. Staples’paper can be found at https://timstaples.com/2019/pope‐francis‐and‐the‐death‐penalty

As most know, Tim Staples works for Catholic Answers. Although Catholic Answers has done much good in teaching people about Catholicism, like all of us, it is certainly not infallible and is not an official organ of the church. In some cases, the answers Catholic Answers gives are not the
best Catholic answers.

Catholic Answers has developed a reputation for siding with the teachings and practices of the modern Catholic hierarchy over against the teachings and practices of the traditional Catholic church to the extent that almost anything the modern popes say or do is defended as true, good and wholesome. In fact, things the modern papacy has said or did that many other Catholics have seen as acutely problematic and bordering on heretical, Catholic Answers has either brushed over or ignored altogether; and at the same time it admonishes other Catholics for pointing out these doctrinal aberrations.

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04/29/20 - Robert Sungenis Live - Death Penalty, Adam and Eve, Ordinary Magisterium, JP2 is a Saint, Pangea, Old Covenant, Theology of the Body, James White




1.      Comments on the Death Penalty.
2.      Why did Adam and Eve became ashamed of their bodies?
3.      What was “the knowledge of good and evil”?
4.      Is the Ordinary Magisterium of the Catholic Church ALWAYS infallible?
5.      Are the incorrupt bodies proof of saints and the supernatural faith of Catholicism? Because some claims there are incorrupt gurus too.
6.      Do you believe JP2 is a Saint?
7.      Did something like Pangea really exist hundreds of millions of years ago where all the continents were joined together? Or are the positions of all the continents today, the same as in the beginning of the world?
8.      Can you be saved if you don’t go to Church but do the right things when making decisions?
9.      In the Good Friday petitions, we pray that the Jews “may continue to grow . . . in faithfulness to [God’s] covenant.” In light of the reality that the Old Covenant has been abolished, how can this petition be interpreted in an orthodox sense?
10.  What are we to do about 1-issue voters? For example, I feel like certain folks would vote for Gaddafi if he was prolife.
11.  What was the problem with “Theology of the Body” of Pope John Paul 2?
12.  Is there any subject you haven’t debated James White on?
13.  Where can I read more about Masonic influence on the theory of evolution? Why do Masons have such a strong influence on science; what’s their agenda?
14.  Regarding the rich man in hell asking for Abraham and Lazarus to intercede for him: Could Catholics use this to make a case for saintly intercession?
15.  Why are the popes so scared of consecrating Russia to Mary? What is the big deal of saying a prayer for the Blessed Virgin Mary? What is it that they're scared of exactly?

04/28/20 - Robert Sungenis Live - Michael the archangel, age of the earth, “Q” document, COVID19, Matthew 10:21 and Matthew 10:34-37, catholic or orthodox, Catholic podcasts for live interviews, 3rd Secret of Fatima, Tim Gordon’s show Rules for Retrogrades, Bro. Peter Dimond



1.      Are we in error making Michael the archangel a Saint? What about 1 Peter 1:12?
Don’t angels long to look into our salvation? How do we explain an Angel is a St.?
2.      What is your take on the age of the earth? Anne Catherine Emmerich’s writings say, “Christ was born when the year of the world 3,997 was not yet quite completed”. Is the age of the world 6,000 years?
3.      Can you again explain why the “Q” document is an error and the gospel writers did not rely on it? In the NAB intro on Matthew they talk about it as if they did rely on it.
4.      I believe that the unmoving Earth is at the center of the universe and that the entire universe rotates daily around the Earth. In this system, what accounts for the different SEASONS of the year?
5.      Do any of the Sungenises have Covid-19?
6.      During the first 3 centuries of the Church until the Edict of Milan in 313 ... are you aware of any act of violence or self-defense by Christians against Roman persecution?
7.      Can you please exegete Matthew 10:21 and Matthew 10:34-37? Is there a reason husbands and wives aren’t included. Does it fit with the 4th commandment?
8.      When God said "I am the first and the last" does it mean that eventually creation will be undone?
9.      I would imagine that in a geocentric universe, the Dzanibekov effect, in which a wing nut flips 180 degrees all of a sudden, happens because of the inertial forces turning around the earth. Since this phenomenon happens both in space and on earth, I don't see a way in which a heliocentric world generate this weird effect locally as a real force. What do you think?
10.  How did Jesus keep the Torah if he was speaking literally about drinking his blood?
11.  Should I be catholic or orthodox?
12.  Can members of those Eastern Churches which are not in communion with Rome be saved?
13.  Will you ever go on any Catholic podcasts for live interviews? There are quite a lot out there. I've heard your name touted a few times. Would you go on there if your views are different?
14.  Where can I find your debates with atheists about geocentrism? I can’t find any on YouTube.
15.  What are your views on the 3rd Secret of Fatima?
16.  Protestants argue that Jews did not need an infallible church to know the OT canon and therefore we don’t need an infallible church today to know the NT canon. What is the best counter to that?
17.  I heard it was only "fitting" that Mary be sinless, not that it was 100% necessary. However in your debate with Tony Costa, you said that Mary had to be sinless for Christ to have a sinless human nature. Could you please elaborate?
18.  Is it true that the more we learn, the less significant our earth becomes?
19.  Did you ever appear on Tim Gordon’s show Rules for Retrogrades to discuss feminism?
20.  What was it like debating Bro. Peter Dimond on Nos Aetate, and do you think you won or lost the debate?
21.  If the Church declares a Saint, but the person was really evil, are they in heaven?

New Book! CASB Volume X, The Epistles to Timothy and Titus: Exegetical Commentary

The CASB Volume X, The Epistles to Timothy and Titus, is a verse-by-verse commentary of each book. Within the body of the biblical text, certain words are boldfaced and followed by a footnote number. This means that the word is explained in more detail in the corresponding footnote at the bottom of the page. Usually, these footnotes will elaborate on the precise grammatical nuances afforded by the Greek language, but will also provide historical, patristic, theological and practical comments on the verse or topic in question.

04/14/20 Robert Sungenis Live - Protestant vs Catholic concepts on the Crucifixion; Expiation vs Propitiation; Dating of the New Testament books; How to pray according to God's will



1. The Passion of the Christ
2. Protestant vs Catholic concepts on the Crucifixion
3. Not By Bread Alone
4. Penal Substitution (Protestant View); Jesus suffered the punishment of sin
5. Forensic Justification
6. Expiation vs Propitiation
7. Dating of the New Testament books
8. General opinion of President Trump, his policies, his stance on Israel, etc.
9. Benedict XVI and his red shoes
10. What language was Pontius Pilate be speaking?
11. Easter on Saturday or Sunday?
12. How to pray according to God's will
13. Age of the universe
14. Victim souls

04/07/20 Robert Sungenis Live - Our Lady of Fatima; Mark of the Beast; Is Judas in hell; James White on purgatory; Jesus had brothers and sisters; Baptism required?




1. Do you and Patrick Madrid still correspond with each other? I know you worked together in the past on books/programs. He has a show on Relevant Radio now.
2. 2010 debate with James White on purgatory on where the Bible distinguishes between bad works and sins.
3. Is Judas in hell? Can we say it without error?
4. What was Jesus relationship with Judas like? Was Judas predestined to betray our Lord in order that scripture might be fulfilled?
5. Do you think that the Mark of the Beast in Sacred Scripture ​could be a chip implanted in the hand or forehead that would need to be scanned for a person to buy or sell?
6. Can you talk about Consecration of Russia? You still hold a strong position on that or is it moot at this point? And the book you have with John Salza?
7. Is the filioque a semantical argument?
8. Can you clarify your position on Thomism? It seems the Leo XIII advocates for it in his encyclical Aeterni Patris, and in my life, correctly ordering my intellectual life through Thomism has paid off
9. Dr Sungenis do you believe the deep state purposely crashed our economy?
10. Dr Sungenis, is it moral to pray imprecatory prayers against enemies? Why do the Psalms have these prayers?
11. What is your favorite quarantine snack?
12. Why do Protestants think Jesus had brothers and sisters?
13. Dr. Sungenis have you ever heard of Bill Cooper and his book Behold a Pale Horse? is yes what's your take on it?
14. How can you explain prayer in this times of Crisis, does God answer prayers? How can you explain suffering and death in the context of our Faith?
15. Dr Sungenis, is baptism a strict requirement for making it to heaven?

04/01/20 Robert Sungenis Live! Ask Your Question! - Predestination or Not; Is God Free or Determined; 1000 year reign of Christ; How old is the Earth




1. Predestination or not.
2. Is God Free or Determined?
3. Any Church teachings about God hating sinners? (Ott)
4. Is a canonization infallible if the Church says so?
5. The Knights Templar: Good or evil?
6. Timothy Gordon: update
7. Did the Council of Trent leave the Canon open?
8. Philosophies of Aquinas vs. Kant
9. Has the Church condemned the “1000 year reign of Christ” theory?
10. How old is the Earth? What about radiocarbon dating?

03/31/20 Robert Sungenis LIVE! Ask Your Questions - Does God hate sinners?; Animals have souls?; Three Days of Darkness; Worship Music; Gerry Matatics



1. Does God hate sinners?
2. Can a consecrated Host be made unconsecrated?
3. Do Animals have souls?
4. Prophetic Frenzy (Saul)
5. The Three Days of Darkness (Private Revelation)
6. The Sacraments unavailable during the Coronavirus
7. Why are there so many different religions
8. Does God reveal scientific truths through prophets?
9. Recommendations on worship music
10. Did God tell the Israelites to commit Genocide?
11. Gerry Matatics

Lead Us Not Into Temptation

There was quite a hullabaloo in the press and an equal amount of murmurings from traditionalist camps in the second week of December over Pope Francis’ statement during his Wednesday audience in St. Peter’s square. The pope, without any equivocation, told us that a key part of the Lord’s Prayer, “lead us not into temptation,” has been mistranslated or misinterpreted for two millennia. If the pope’s novel correction to the Lord’s Prayer wasn’t beleaguered by a number of
many other doctrinally avant-garde teachings he has given us since he took office in 2013, such as the suggestion that hell does not exist or that we can’t judge homosexuals, we might not be as curious. But whether it’s pope or pauper who suggests that a 2000-year old prayer from the lips of none other than the Second Person of the Trinity has a major defect, we are obligated to take a very close look at the nature of the accusation. To be fair to Francis, asking God “not to lead us into temptation” is somewhat puzzling and at first sight seems to be totally out of character with God. Does God actually lead people into temptation so that we must plead with him not to do so on a daily basis? It prompted the pope to say, “No, that’s the devil’s business, not God’s.”

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02/05/20 Robert Sungenis Live! Ask Your Question: A new translation of the Our Father from Francis




1. Life is short
2. Shipping prices
3. Signing books
4. Books are made to order
5. Luminous mysteries
6. A new translation of the Our Father from Francis
7. Free Will and predestination
8. What do you think about E. Michael Jones and his writings, specifically the Jewish revolutionary spirit
9. Protestant scholarship relating to mutual submission
10. The role of women in the church
11. Liberal Catholic institutions
12. South American Catholics and worship of Mary
13. Writing too many books
14. Raymond Brown and Ephesians 5:21
15. Different kinds of slavery in the Bible
16. The meek will inherit the earth, what does that mean?
17. Synopsis of Luther
18. What happens to previously-stored up graces after the commission of mortal sin and restoration after good confession?

02/04/20 Robert Sungenis Live! Ask Your Question: What is the traditional patristic interpretation of Romans 11:29?

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1. Timing of the Passover between the Gospels
2. Darkening of the sun
3. Council of Constance and the papacy
4. Who is the judge at the particular judgment, the father, or the son?
5. Differences in Greek words for love in the Gospel of John
6. On working with Harold Camping
7. Does an SSPX Mass fulfil our Sunday obligation?
8. The Jezebel spirit
9. RFID chip and the mark of the beast
10. Interpretation of the Apocalypse
11. Can you expand on the Greek words for “know”?
12. The Gospel of Matthew 11:6, the Gospel being offensive to the sinner
13. What's your favorite book that you have written?
14. Special thanks to Jonathan Ross for all his work to stream these broadcasts across social media platforms
15. Were you Catholic when you got married?
16. What day did the Ascension of Our Lord happen?
17. What is the traditional patristic interpretation of Romans 11:29? Upcoming 30-page paper in Culture Wars magazine for March 2020
18. If Luther would have stayed in the church what reforms could he have made?
19. Why Luther was excommunicated?