The Magisterium and the Development of Doctrine
Bonus podcast episode!
Earlier this week, Dustin Quick invited me onto his podcast, "Holy Smokes: Cigars, Catholicism, and Conversation" to talk about the Magisterium and the development of doctrine.
I encounter a lot of hesitancy in the Church with the idea that Church teaching changes. I used to believe the idea that the Church’s teaching has stayed the same for 2,000 years and that saying anything otherwise undermines the authority of the Magisterium and even the authenticity of Catholicism itself. However, when I looked at the Church’s own teaching, I found out something different, something more nuanced, something more compelling.
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ABOUT DUSTIN QUICK In 2020, Dustin Quick, a convert from Protestantism and Islam, started a podcast called Holy Smokes: Cigars, Catholicism, and Conversation on YouTube. Dustin seeks to show how the Church is the restoration and fulfillment of the First Temple in Jerusalem - everything from the Liturgy, to Mariology, to the Papacy. He also delves into church history, apologetics, and contemporary church issues.
Thus far, Dustin’s guests have included folks like Brant Pitre, Mike Aquilina, John Bergsma, Margaret Barker, Tim Staples, Jimmy Akin, Scott Hahn, Matt Fradd, Michael Lofton, and many more!
Dustin’s channel can be found at www.youtube.com/etruth1