Matt Fradd

Matt Fradd speaks to tens of thousands of people every year. He is the author of several books, including Does God Exist?: A Socratic Dialog on the Five Ways of Thomas Aquinas and The Porn Myth: Exposing the Reality Behind the Fantasy of Pornography.  Matt earned his master’s and undergraduate degree’s in philosophy from Holy Apostles College & Seminary. His podcasts, Love People Use Things and Pints With Aquinas are listened to by tens of thousands of people every month. Matt lives with his wife, Cameron, and their children in the mountains of North Georgia.

Speaking Engagements

To book Matt to speak at your event, please go to mattfradd.com and click “Invite Matt to Speak” Some of his talks include:

Pints With Aquinas

If you could sit down with St. Thomas Aquinas over a pint of beer and ask him any one question, what would it be?

Every episode of Pints With Aquinas addresses a question St. Thomas answers in the Summa Theologiae, as well as other works of his.

Getting Started?

If you’re new to Pints With Aquinas, pull up a bar stool next to the Angelic Doctor and ask him to tell you a little about himself:

Leave a Voice Message

Want to ask a question or leave a comment? Call (707) 927-4687. If your message is fun I might play it in an upcoming episode.

Pints With Aquinas, the Book!

Support Pints With Aquinas by buying the book, Pints With Aquinas: 50+ Deep Thoughts From The Angelic Doctor on Amazon now.

Here is what one Amazon reviewer had to say:

“Beer is easily lovable. But medieval monastic philosophers? They can easily be intimidating. In this short, pithy book, Matt Fradd makes arguably the greatest mind in the history of the church as easily accessible as your favorite beer. You’ll laugh, you’ll say “Aha!,” and ultimately, you’ll discover that this old school philosopher’s wisdom is very much fresh and relevant to the problems and questions of modern man.”


  1. Jonathan Gagnon

    Is there any way I can email Matt? I have a personal question I know he will be able to answer. I’ve been following him for a while, and I hope he can help answer a question I have for him. I hope this can happen.

    • Pio Dominic Hartnett

      Hi Jonathan, I saw your message, and I don’t know about email, but I found this on another page on the site here, which might be of use to you:

      “Leave a Voice Message
      Want to ask a question or leave a comment? Call (707) 927-4687. If your message is fun I might play it in an upcoming episode.”

  2. Can someone let me know when there are more steins available? To add to my stupendous collecollection of mugs!

  3. Joshua DeCarlo

    Matt, I like your podcast, i like your heart for our Lord, your wisdom, and humility. For real, but can we clear the air on one thing?
    Forgive me if you’ve addressed this in an earlier post.
    I want to know what you believe…I’m a protestant, I’ve not been baptized by an ordained catholic priest, I’ve not received catholic Eucharist, or confirmation or anything. I believe in salvation by grace through faith…do you, as a catholic, believe that I am condemned to Hell if i continue on in my life without receiving those sacraments and stuff?
    Just be straight with me, and your listeners, so we can all be on the same page.
    I mean, let’s be real with each other, I talk to a lot of people that I think are going to Hell. But I’ve never been on the other end, if you know what I mean. It’d be kind of neat…..

  4. David Anderson

    Just found you (well, a few weeks ago) and have been listening to a few of your podcasts, GREAT! God Bless you on your journey!

  5. Jacob Buscher

    I second the other comment. Is there an Email address to ask questions and give comments? I love Pints with Aquinas!

  6. Sami Van Zandt

    Hey Matt!

    While on your break, I recommend the book, The Unintended Reformation- How a religious revolution secularized society by Brad S Gregory. You probably already know of him, but if not, he left his cush position as a Stanford professor for Notre Dame to be able to speak about God. Would love to hear your thoughts on his book.

    Houston, TX

  7. Melton Family, Texas

    Hey Matt! Thank you for your great work here on Pints with Aquinas and your wonderful new book! Just wanted to make a small suggestion (sorry I couldn’t find an email address). I’ve already purchased and sent out several copies of Does God Exist? to friends and family members, and they have all made similar comments. They love the dialogue, how relative it is and how easy it makes Aquinas’ five ways to grasp, but they’ve all been a bit underwhelmed by the cover. I know we nerds love Aquinas, but given how contemporary the story is, they were wondering if it might more likely be opened by the ones who need to read it the most if the cover were something more contemporary looking, something like a picture of your two characters in a coffee shop (?). Just a thought for the next edition. Please keep up the great work you do! Your and family are in our prayers!

  8. Mark Leakos

    A suggestion for a future guest:
    Dr. Nigel Cundy (a theoretical physicist with an interest in Thomism.) He has a book which seems interesting: What is Physics? A defence of classical theism

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