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Human bodies and the rational soul

Consider that there is a logically possible world in which some non-rational animal evolve in such a way that it has all the physical features necessary to be classified as homo-sapien, and yet it would not have a rational soul. … Continue reading

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A thought experiment about the Sacrament of Ordination

I found myself recently in a discussion where I defended the Catholic Church’s position that there must be (of necessity) a male only priesthood. I explained the logic of this using theology of the body, liturgy, cosmological implications for Christian … Continue reading

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