G.K. Chesterton once said that Catholicism keeps its beliefs “side by side like two strong colors, red and white…It has always had a healthy hatred of pink.”
Catholicism is both/and, not either/or. It celebrates the union of contraries–grace and nature, faith and reason, Scripture and tradition, body and soul–in a way that the full energy of each opposing element remains in place.
In Vibrant Paradoxes, bestselling author Bishop Robert Barron brings together themes and motifs that many would consider mutually exclusive or, at best, awkward in their juxtaposition. But seen through the Incarnation, these opposites crash together and reflect new light in every direction requiring a new vision. This book will train you to see.