127: Is the Eucharist Symbolic: 4 Medieval Heretics on the Eucharist before the Reformation [Podcast]

Join Dr. Taylor Marshall as he explores 4 “pro-Protestants” going back to the AD 800s who denied the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist, along with affirming many doctrines that will later be identified with the Protestant Reformation. Discover that Luther was not the first to the heresies of the Reformation in this concise audio lesson.

127: Is the Eucharist Symbolic: 4 Medieval Heretics on the Eucharist before the Reformation [Podcast]

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126: Why do Catholics “Worship” Statues and Icons: The Iconoclastic Heresy and the Council of Nicea II in AD 787 [Podcast]

Join Dr Marshall as he explores the mystical theology of Saint John of Damascus showing that there is a biblical difference between worship (Greek: latria) reserved for God alone and respect/veneration (Greek: dulia) given to saints, humans and revered objects. We discover how the Catholic Church made this distinction clear and affirmed the veneration of saints and image in AD 787 at the Second Council of Nicea.

126: Why do Catholics “Worship” Statues and Icons: The Iconoclastic Heresy and the Council of Nicea II in AD 787 [Podcast]

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125: Does Christ have 1 or 2 Natures? Heretic Eutyches and the Monophysite Heresy? [Podcast]

Join Dr Taylor Marshall and he succinctly and briefly explains the Monophysite heresy and how the Catholic Council of Chalcedon refuted this heresy by defending the teaching that Christ has two, not one, nature (fully divine and fully human). Please leave a comment below.

Diagram of False Heresy of Eutyches showing a “New Nature”

 

124: Heretic Nestorius: Is Mary Mother of God? Are there 2 Christs? [Podcast]

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124: Heretic Nestorius: Is Mary Mother of God? Are there 2 Christs? [Podcast]

My goal this week is to introduce to 6 of the world’s greatest heretics and how we can avoid their heresies and errors for our time. Today we study Nestorius – the man who denied the unity of Christ and denied that Mary is the Mother of God. Join Dr Marshall for this fascinating episode of heresy in Catholic history:

The image above depicts Nestorius. Note the x on his mitre – this signifies that he is a heretical bishop.

124: Heretic Nestorius: Is Mary Mother of God? Are there 2 Christs? [Podcast]

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123: Heretic Arius and Deity of Christ (PLUS his death on toilet) [Podcast]

Please join Dr. Taylor Marshall as examines the historical person Arius – the founder of the Arian heresy as a denial of the full divinity of Jesus Christ. Learn the historical background and personalities leading up to the Council of Nicea in 325 as it relates to Constantine, Egypt, and Antioch. Dr. Marshall also explains the peculiar death of Arius in a public restroom. Join his for this fascinating episode in Catholic history:

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123: Heretic Arius and Deity of Christ (PLUS his death on toilet)d [Podcast]

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122: Heretic Valentinius Explained [Podcast]

My goal this week is to introduce to 6 of the world’s greatest heretics and how we can avoid their heresies and errors for our time. In this first part of six, we examine the Gnostic heretic Valentinius and his false system of divine emanations from the Father/Bythos as in the image below. Click on the player below the image to begin listening:

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122: Heretic Valentinius Explained [Podcast]

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121: Your Virtue of Temperance (and Aquinas on Women Looking Sexy) [Podcast]

Dr. Taylor Marshall guides you through the virtue of Temperance with Saint Thomas Aquinas on topics such as lust, drunkenness, anger, and pride – and closes on Thomas Aquinas’ thoughts on women dressing attractive and how it relates to husbands. And he has a surprised visitor at the end (not scripted).

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121: Your Virtue of Temperance (and Aquinas on Women Looking Sexy) [Podcast]

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  • Featured Segment: The Virtue of Temperance
  • Latin Word of the Week: Fortitudo
  • Tip of the Week: Estate Planning and End of Life
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120: Your Virtue of Fortitude with Aquinas (Virtues Part 4) [Podcast]

Dr. Taylor Marshall continues his series on the 4 Cardinal Virtues (click here for Part 1) this episode with the virtue of Fortitude as it relates to Plato, Aristotle, the Stoics, Thomas Aquinas and the life of Christ in the Temple and on the Cross. He closes with a Tip of the Week and practical advise on how to grow in Fortitude/Courage and how to ask Jesus Christ to gain and grow in this important virtue for our times.

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120 Your Virtue of Fortitude [Podcast]

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  • Latin Word of the Week: Fortitudo
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119: Your Virtue of Justice with Aquinas (Virtues Part 2) [Podcast]

In this week’s podcast, Dr Taylor Marshall guides you through Thomas Aquinas’ treatment of the virtue of Justice – what we owe to one another and to God, plus that tip of the week and the Latin word of the week.

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119 Your Virtue of Justice according to Thomas Aquinas [Podcast]

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  • Featured Segment: The Virtue of Prudence
  • Latin Word of the Week: Data
  • Tip of the Week: Backpack is better than satchel
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118: Your Virtue of Prudence with Aquinas (Virtues Part 2) [Podcast]

My goal this week is to introduce to how the virtue of prudence can reshape your life into a pattern of excellence, success, and spiritual holiness.

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118: Your Virtue of Prudence [Podcast]

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  • Proverb of the week: None this week
  • Featured Segment: The Virtue of Prudence
  • Latin Word of the Week: Leave phone in car
  • Tip of the Week: Data
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