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Ep 33 Alison Centofante: The Truth About Abortion

Alison Centofante is the director of external affairs at Live Action, a pro-life media movement that aims to end abortion. Alison reveals the truth about abortion in a gracious and loving way. If you have had an abortion, or been affected by one, you are not alone and you are loved. Please reach out and accept help from people like Alison who know what it is like and want to help however they can. To watch the bonus segment, 5 More Minutes with Alison Centofante, follow the Patreon Link below… Read more Ep 33 Alison Centofante: The Truth About Abortion

Ep 24 Michael Knowles: Defending Christianity and Catholicism

Michael Knowles is the host of The Michael Knowles Show at The Daily Wire where he commentates on politics and culture. Though he focusses on conservative political commentary, he has been outspoken about his Christian faith in general and his Catholic faith in particular, so it was a pleasure to have him on to discuss these matters. As a Protestant myself, it was enlightening to hear Michael explain certain Catholic beliefs which are often mischaracterized. Will Michael one day run for office? Will he write a book with actual words?… Read more Ep 24 Michael Knowles: Defending Christianity and Catholicism

“5 Reasons I Admire Atheists” by a Christian

In the process of engaging skeptics with the evidence for Christian theism, I have met, spoken with, and learned from many wonderful people with whom I disagree with in a fundamental way. The political atmosphere of the United States has created such a divided and polarized country, one wonders if there is any room for civil dialogue between disagreeing parties. If we take the current political dialogue as our cue, we may think it impossible for such fundamentally different positions as Christianity and Atheism to come together and speak civilly.… Read more “5 Reasons I Admire Atheists” by a Christian

Lauren Chen (Roaming Millennial): From Atheism to Christianity

Lauren Chen, a.k.a. Roaming Millennial, political commentator and host of Uncensored on CRTV, discusses her journey from being raised nominally Catholic, turning to atheism after reading Richard Dawkins’ “The God Delusion”, and back to an Evangelical Christian faith after reading Plato and Aristotle. What a journey! Watch “5 More Minutes” with Lauren Chen by supporting our ministry on Patreon.