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Poll 2018 Summary Hot / Cold (16)
Could children in limbo communicate with their parents in Heaven? ( 2 ) (25)
Is the Church's distinction between infallible certainty and moral certainty self-refuting? (17)
Is the substance of creatures 'potentiality'? ( 2 ) (37)
Sam Harris' Book, "Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality without Religion" ( 2 ) (35)
On whether we live in a computer simulation and God’s existence ( 2 3 4 5 6 7 ) (121)
What's meant to be will always finds its way back to you (8)
Wimpy Christianity 2019 (14)
Judging God by human standards ( 2 ) (30)
An in-depth Video on Aquinas' argument for the existence of God (2)
If the devil is pure spirit, how is he able to physically hurt people? ( 2 3 ) (50)
A Creative Retrieval of Thomism with W. Norris Clarke, S J (2)
Fancy Restaurant With Brothers ( 2 ) (31)
There Is No Such Thing as Conscious Thought (11)
Primitive jungle tribe with no concept of a God? (16)
If suffering brings us closer to God then what about happiness? ( 2 ) (21)
Stoicism and Christianity? (5)
Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud, Fredrich Nietzsche and Charles Darwin ( 2 ) (22)
The problem of goodness ( 2 3 ) (45)
Absolute perfection is not possible ( 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ) (161)
Humiliation can be seen as a great gift but I've never heard it in a sermon or homily (6)
Jesus message lost with his Apostles (3)
What does the Church consider "truth and happiness man never stops searching for?" (10)
How do Cosmological Arguments/Aquinas' Ways prove a *Personal* God? ( 2 3 ) (41)
When God did the pairing in the Garden of Eden It was the first of what God intended to be the pattern of all relationships in the future for all eternity? (19)
The God Gene and Predestination (9)
The Problem of DARWIN'S EVIL ( 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ) (264)
How were the saints able to witness Heaven while still alive on Earth? (4)
Writings like straw ( 2 ) (27)
Trent Horn's Proof of God Debates (6)
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