In this Magis videocast, I give the rationale behind the popular phrase, “If God would stop thinking of us we would lapse into nothingness!” I explain why the one unconditioned reality is the divine conserver of being, i.e., the Continuous Creator of all else that is. Audio Download
In this videocast, I explain how the absolute uniqueness of unconditioned reality follows directly from the absolute simplicity of unconditioned reality. In other words, God is one because God is absolutely simple. Audio Download
Following from my videocast on the metaphysical sense of absolute simplicity, I explain in this videocast why unconditioned reality considered in and of itself must be absolutely simple (pure being or pure existence itself). Audio Download
In this videocast, I explain the metaphysical idea of absolute simplicity as a preliminary step for proving that unconditioned reality must in fact be absolutely simple. Audio Download
In this Magis videocast I explain the first step in Fr. Robert Spitzer’s metaphysical approach for proving God’s existence, namely that there must be at least one unconditioned reality in all of reality. Audio Download
In this Magis videocast, I explain three ways in which the Law of Entropy militates against an eternal oscillating or bouncing universe model. The end result is the high likelihood of an absolute beginning of time and physical reality. Audio Download
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Karlo was spellbinding as young college minds heard for the first time the Truth about Who is the author of all that is. He spoke throughout in what writers describe as “active voice” never breaking thoughts and speaking clearly and masterfully on such a lofty subject matter. His cogent linear portrayals reveal this mastery.
With a group ranging from seniors to high school students, including some with science degrees, Karlo held the attention of all present without talking down to anyone. He inspired many parents present with a greater confidence to speak to their children who struggle with the myth that science has explained away the need for God. For me it was encouraging …
Very well stated argument. This issue really is the key factor in Protestant Theology. The only Protestant doctrine that all Protestants share is that there is no Magisterium. I don’t know how someone can read your article and not at least question this foundational doctrine of Protestant Theology. Well done!