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This is a podcast brought to you by the Archdiocese of Regina where we attempt to navigate this winding road of faith in Jesus Christ so that we might know him more intimately, love him more profoundly and together serve him more deeply in our daily lives.

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Aug 24, 2020

Continuing our four-part series on conspiracy theory type thinking we deep dive into what this kind of thinking is, and how to identify content that may be engaged in this style of thought.

Show Snippet: "So conspiracy theories will often give you the illusion of leaving you to your own conclusions so you feel...

Aug 18, 2020

This week Deacon Eric and Dr. Brett Salkeld begin a four-part series to discuss conspiracy theory thinking. In this part one, we'll ask what conspiracy theory thinking is and is not, and discuss the difference between this kind of thinking and healthy skepticism.

Show Snippet: "This is not just like a social problem,...

Aug 11, 2020

Join Deacon Eric and Dr. Brett as they interview Dr. Stephen Little, Acquisitions Editor of Notre Dame Press, at the University of Notre Dame as we discuss his shift in world view from Catholic Creationism to Theistic Evolution.

Show Snippet - "When I was in high school I had to write a research paper and I basically...

Aug 4, 2020

As Christian Churches around the world prepare for the "Season of Creation" which begins on September first, we present our Thinking Faith family with a sneak peek at a special YouTube series on Pope Francis' encyclical, Laudate Si hosted by our own Tashia Toupin.

Show Snippet: "The rate of consumption that our human...