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“Will our resurrected bodies be the same as our current bodies?”—Discussion Prompt Answered by Cameron Daly

In a recent Philosophy of Nature class discussion prompt, the question was posed “Will our resurrected bodies be the same as our current bodies?” My answer to the prompt is as follows: The Church’s teaching on this matter is that … Continue reading

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The Unchangeable God and His Changeable Creation, by Cameron Daly

One point of St. Augustine’s I’d like to highlight is the changeability of all creatures—that is, of all things created by God—spiritual and corporeal alike. 1 It’s interesting and relevant for me in particular as it ties in with something … Continue reading

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The Necessity, Yet Insufficiency, of Existence in Itself–by Cameron Daly

Existence itself must be the first thing to exist; for nothing else can exist without it. Thus it obviously exists, because other things exist. But at the same time, existence in itself is not a sufficient reason for other things … Continue reading

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