Podcast 082 – Stacy Trasancos Faith and Science – Dr Peter Kreeft Augustine – Religious Leaders Game
In this podcast:
Stacy Trasancos joins us to talk about science and faith and what we can learn about God through the world around us.
Dr. Peter Kreeft will tell us about his latest book on St. Augustine and his Confessions.
Game to help us learn about religious leaders of a variety of faiths.
Other Things From the Show (not in the podcast):
A Prayer for the Way to Peace
Father of love, hear my prayer.
Help me to know Your Will
and to do it with courage and faith.
Accept my offering of myself,
all my thoughts, words, deeds, and sufferings.
May my life be spent giving You glory.
Give me the strength to follow Your call,
so that Your Truth may live in my heart
and bring peace to me and to those I meet,
for I believe in Your Love.
Top Three Games:
- Andrea: Ticket to Ride, Scategories, Apples to Apples
- Kyle: Monopoly, Poker, Tribond
Readings & Reflections: The inside is more important than the outside.
Catechism Paragraph of the Week:
309 If God the Father almighty, the Creator of the ordered and good world, cares for all his creatures, why does evil exist? To this question, as pressing as it is unavoidable and as painful as it is mysterious, no quick answer will suffice. Only Christian faith as a whole constitutes the answer to this question: the goodness of creation, the drama of sin and the patient love of God who comes to meet man by his covenants, the redemptive Incarnation of his Son, his gift of the Spirit, his gathering of the Church, the power of the sacraments and his call to a blessed life to which free creatures are invited to consent in advance, but from which, by a terrible mystery, they can also turn away in advance. There is not a single aspect of the Christian message that is not in part an answer to the question of evil.