Hopes to be the central place of dialogue online between Catholics and atheists
A press release for the website explained that the site "gets its name from St. Paul's speech at the Areopagus in Acts 17:16- 34. There he proclaimed the Resurrection to the intellectual elite of the ancient world, who responded by saying, 'you bring some strange notions to our ears; we should like to know what these things mean.'"
The site has over 30 main contributers from a wide range of background, including Peter Kreeft, Marc Barnes, and Jennifer Fulwiler, and is already populated with 29 great articles on topics ranging from the existence of God to the historicity of the Gospels.
Below is a trailer for the website:
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