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I think that if there is a creator and if it wants to have a relationship with and be appreciated by its creation, Catholicism provides a workable model to accomplish this. Other religions can be easily disregarded and other gods can be seen as mythical and imaginary. I personally believe that the creator either exists or doesn’t. I also believe that if the creator does exist, it is either personal or impersonal. If it is personal, then I see no other worldview than Catholicism available today to have a personal relationship with it. In that case the creator would be God the Father, who was best represented by Jesus and which interacts with us as the Holy Spirit. My personal opinion is that the creator is impersonal as nature is impersonal. We call it Mother Nature but we know that is a metaphor.
He’s good on general Christianity, but he’s also implied that Roman Catholicism is a cult. I wonder if Scott Hahn has ever debated him.
“How Do We Know Christianity is the One True Worldview?” You don’t. There is no way you can show that to be true to anyone who doesn’t already believe it, and there’s no way you can maintain that fiction with anyone who is truly open to evidence and critical thinking.
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