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Creationism vs Evolution and its Philosophical Absurdity - w/ Hugh Owen

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Avoiding Babylon
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⁣Join us for a captivating session with our guest, Hugh Owen, founder of the Kolbe Center for the Study of Creation. Hugh takes us on a fascinating journey, unearthing the traditional teachings of the Catholic Church on creation, tracing back to the Catechism of Trent, and delving into St. Thomas' concept of the universe's first perfection. As we walk through this spiritual exploration, we unravel God's supernatural work of creation and the profound significance of the Sabbath.

This episode also exposes the influence of 17th-century philosopher Descartes and how his philosophy of uniformitarian naturalism has shaped modern thought. We dissect how these ideas have fueled evolutionary thought, highlighting the objections raised by theologians of the time. Prepare to challenge conventional secular wisdom as we delve into Young Earth Creationism and the rejection of evolution, revealing fascinating evidence that suggests humans and dinosaurs shared the Earth.

We also navigate the pivotal roles of Vatican Council I and II in shaping Catholic faith teachings and the repercussions of dismissing God's revelation about the world's creation. Discussing evolution's impact on our worldview, we delve into the traditional Catholic doctrine of creation and the absurdity of material processes creating complex coded information without intelligent involvement. So, buckle up, as we embark on this intellectual and spiritual odyssey with Hugh Owen!

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