It’s really, really good. I stopped because of financial issues, but I thought it was quality.
No, you are not going to get any hidden information that you can’t find anywhere else. But basing your hard earned money looking for secret info to divulge in is what keeps the fitness industry alive e.g “You can lose 10Ibs in 10 weeks if you just spends $10 today and join the new diet revolution!”
Anyone can learn anything about getting healthier and fitter by scouring the internet. There are even free videos to show you how you can get seriously fit just by doing a workout in the bedroom. But practically speaking, most people will see better results by spending money and going to a gym, using “unnecessary” weights and treadmills for the desired effect, because of the psychology of going to the gym, the environment which is motivating, and the professionals that work there and can help you.
It’s the very same with paid courses in philosophy and theology. You can get pretty much everything by reading the Bible, the Summa, and the commentaries of the saints. But at $37 a month, Dr. Taylor Marshall is essentially your personal trainer, giving you a fantastic system on which to build your understanding of Christianity. It won’t make you a better Catholic (praying the Rosary every day will do that, and Dr. Marshall even says this), but it will make you a more knowledgable one.
And on a more personal note, it’s of my opinion that Catholics should spend money when available when it comes to increasing their knowledge in the faith, more so than spending money on clothes, entertainment, and luxury foods.