Jun 3, 2018
Today's society is marked by people of increasing religious indifference, and yet, the vast majority of folks still maintain a sense--and often a deep sense--of spirituality, however ambiguous.
So, in this episode, Pat Flynn and Trent Horn explore the idea of "spiritual but not religious", along with the notion of religious pluralism ("all religions are saying the same thing, so just go with whatever one you want") to see what's lacking and what's wrong there, and to make the case for why a person should be religious AND spiritual, not just one or the other.
About Trent Horn:
After his conversion to the Catholic Faith, Trent Horn earned a master’s degree in theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville, a master’s degree in philosophy from Holy Apostles College, and is pursuing a master’s degree in bioethics from the University of Mary.
As a staff apologist for Catholic Answers, he specializes in teaching Catholics to graciously and persuasively engage those who disagree with them. Trent models that approach each week on the radio program Catholic Answers Live, where he dialogues with atheists, pro-choice advocates, and other non-Catholic callers.
Trent is also an adjunct professor of apologetics at Holy Apostles College and the author of seven books, including Answering Atheism, The Case for Catholicism, and Why We’re Catholic: Our Reasons for Faith, Hope, and Love.