God the Father
Host Fr. Benedict Groeschel, C.F.R. penetrates the mystery of the First Person of the Trinity, “God the Father,” as revealed in the traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. He makes intriguing use of science and philosophy to reveal the Author of Life, and shows how visible things make invisible things known. All in his authoritative yet engaging delivery, which EWTN audiences have loved for two decades.
The Heavens Declare
Fr. Groeschel talks about the incredible and amazing order of the Universe. God the Father has ordered the universe and continues to sustain it. Why don’t we try to find out who God is? From the visible things the invisible may be known - God’s almighty power and transcendence.
The Heavens and the Earth
Father Groeschel continues his discussion about the creation of the Universe. Even if the present theory of there being a compressed universe that went through a big bang – where did it come from? What guided it? There is an undeniable structure and order in the universe. How could this be a result of chance?
I Love a Mystery
Einstein said, “Mystery is the foundation of Art and Science and Religion.” But Science eventually comes to a closed door. What was before the big bang? People who try to understand God are never going to be able to do so. God is the ultimate mystery. What do we do then? We accept the mystery and believe what God has revealed through His Word and His Church.
The God of Philosophers
We have been looking at the material world as a reflection of God’s power. Even without the Divine Revelation in the Scriptures people have been able to discover some truths about God through reason and the study of Philosophy. Socrates was put to death for teaching that there was one God who was perfect and all good and beautiful.