Apostolic Succession and the Bishop of Rome: A Case for Roman Catholicism

Introduction In a post a few weeks ago, I presented a historical argument in defense of apostolic succession. Basically, apostolic succession is the view that Christ handed his own divinely validated authority on to his apostles, who likewise handed the … Continue reading Apostolic Succession and the Bishop of Rome: A Case for Roman Catholicism

The Fifth Way: Aquinas’ Argument from Design

The Argument Natural bodies act for ends Whatever lacks intelligence cannot move towards an end, unless it is directed by some being endowed with knowledge and intelligence Therefore, some intelligent being exists by whom all natural things are directed towards … Continue reading The Fifth Way: Aquinas’ Argument from Design