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Dr. Kevin Vost


Dr. Kevin Vost has taught psychology at the University of Illinois at Springfield, Lincoln Land Community College, and MacMurray College. A former powerlifter and Highland Games Heavy Events competitor, Dr. Vost has also served as a weightlifting instructor, fitness writer for the International Association of Resistance Trainers, and Research Review Committee Member for American Mensa (the high IQ society). Dr. Vost is the author of many books including From Atheism to Catholicism: How Scientists and Philosophers Led Me to the Truth (Our Sunday Visitor, 2010); St. Albert the Great: Champion of Faith and Reason (Saint Benedict Press, 2011); and Three Irish Saints: A Guide to Finding Your Spiritual Style (TAN, 2012). Follow Dr. Vost at DrVost.com.


From Atheism to Catholicism: A Tale of Three Supermen

From Atheism to Catholicism

Neither bird, nor plane...but Superman!   I was born and raised Catholic, but also Supermanian. Some of my earliest memories involve sitting in front of the television, mesmerized by that incredible, flying man of steel. He was invincible, doing good and daring deeds effortlessly and with a smile. Men respected him, women adored him, and he didn’t even want people to know who he really was. I too would come to don a Superman suit, cape and all, to such an extent that my mother’s friends... Read More