Apologetics

True & False Mysticism: St Gregory Palamas & the Energies – Fr Moody / Jay Dyer

 Fr Chris Moody returns after too long a hiatus to discuss the theology of St Gregory Palmas in more depth.  We will cover the uncreated energies and grace, the notion of a true mysticism as found in hesychia, the new translation and forthcoming publication of Apodiectic Treatise on the Holy Spirit by St Gregory, […]

Comparing Apologetic Methods: Classical vs. Presuppositional Arguments with Dr. Rasmussen

Join me as Dr. Josh Rasmussen and I discuss and compare classical theistic arguments, presuppositional and transcendental arguments, epistemology, and apologetics in general.  In this long anticipated discussion, these two apologists will compare and contrast two paradigms and whether the evidentialist framework actually does what it intends to do logically.  Indeed, many people come to […]

Big Trouble in Little China, Dagon, Circuitry Man & More WEIRD Movies! Jay Dyer

Spooktober continues with coverage of more weird B movies with a message – this time with a spooktober theme.  If you can watch these between now and then, it”ll be more fun! We’ll be covering the following films:  Dagon, Timebomb, Doppleganger, Circuitry Man and Big Trouble in Little China. Subscribe to JaysAnalysis in the Purchase Membership […]

Art is Prophetic: Theopoetica – Jay Dyer / MichaeI Witc0ff

 MichaeI Witcoff rejoins me to discuss how new book covering Orthodox poetics. The book is called Theopoetica and features poems and commentary recalling St. Ephrem the Syrian. We will also touch on aesthetics and art in general.  His book is here. Subscribe to JaysAnalysis in the Purchase Membership section to access the archives of videos […]

A New Order: A Globalized Encyclical Following Pachamama – Part 1- Jay Dyer / Snek

Snek joins me to cover the sobering facts concerning the new papal encyclical, Fratelli Tutti of Pope Francis which sent shockwaves throughout the Roman Catholic world.  Was it somehow salvageable or was it the next logical stage after Vatican 2 and pacha mama?  Snek and I will deconstruct the work as well as the utterly […]

Apostate Prophet Vs. Jay Dyer – Does God Exist? Problem of Evil?

 Former Muslim turned atheist skeptic Apostate Prophet asked me to join him to have a cordial exchange on the issue of God’s existence, Theistic arguments and proofs, TAG, logic and the problem evil and theodicy.  We had a great exchange and kept it civil, while also being heated!  You can find his channel here. […]
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Top 10 Bad Arguments for Protestantism’s ‘Bible Alone’ / Debate Review – Fr Dcn, Jay Dyer, Lewis

 Fr Dcn, Praxis, Qai, Greedo and others join me to cover the recent debate Fr Dcn Ananias had with Protestant apologist Matt Slick.  We will cover Matt’s claims and approach, our analysis of the debate and the presuppositions of authority in Orthodoxy versus the lack of normative authority in Protestantism.   Following the review, […]

Was Vatican 2 Infallible? Are Catholics Imploding?

 Today I will cover the popular mythologies surrounding Vatican 2 and its status, contrasted with previous Catholic “dogma” and teaching.  Was it infallible?  Does the individual Catholic have the right to “judge” the rulings and the Roman See?   Do fallible Catholic theologians tell us ultimately when and where Vatican II was “infallible”?  What […]
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The Role of the Church Fathers: Replying to Bishop Barron – Jay Dyer / Snek

 Snek joins me to cover a key point in regard to contrasting the Second Vatican Council’s attempt to integrate the “eastern” and “patristic” insights and attitudes so the “church” can “breathe with both lungs.”  Of course, the Orthodox Church never lost the patristic mind and never had a need to “return” to a period […]
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