Here is the site of a Christian Apologist named James Patrick Holding:tektonics.org/
As well as:youtube.com/channel/UCpllN9azBqdDQZUKTkG_SwA
He is not a Catholic.But he is an apologist who defends Christianity from atheists.
I would like to ask if some of the things he uses to defend Christianity are acceptable to Catholics or not?
Here are a few examples of his understanding of specific verses of scripture to defend Christianity from the attackers:
The Lord said, I have come down to being them up out of the land into a land good and large, unto a land flowing with milk and honey. One Skeptic objects, “Far from being a land that might poetically be described as a land flowing with milk and honey, it is, and was within historic times, barren and desolate in the main. In size, it was a little larger than tiny Wales.” As any junior high history book will point out, Palestine was part of the fertile crescent. There is plenty of farmland, especially compared with many parts of the Middle East. As far as size, it was definitely spacious compared to the land of Goshen, where they were living at the time. It can’t have too bad if they had to drive out the Canaanites to get them to leave.’’
Can God be seen, or not?:tektonics.org/uz/visiblegod.html’’
I would just like to know if some of the things he says to defend Christianity is acceptable and not contradictory to Catholic teachings.