Q&A Open Forum
Tim Staples answers:
If God can do anything, why can’t he do evil?
When did Protestants start to reject Mary’s role in God’s plan?
What is your perspective on the option for Anglicans to become Anglican Use Catholics?
In 2 Samuel when David laments over the dead body of Jonathan, it sounds like he is same-sex attracted. What would the Church have to say to this?
What does the Church require at the end of a person’s life? (It’s my understanding that it is just food and water.)
What is a perfect act of contrition?
How do I answer a Jehovah’s Witness who claims that Catholics worship statues, saints, and other things that are not God?
Have you heard of Life Bank? Is this a licit way to get stem cells?
In 2 Kings 2:23-25, why did bears kill the children?
In Genesis 1:1-2 why were heaven and earth chaos, if God is perfect?
In the Gospels, Jesus heals everyone who asks him for healing. How does this fit in with the idea of redemptive suffering?
With a down-to-earth mixture of self-effacing humor and passionate love for his hard-won Catholic faith, Tim offers an hour’s worth of heartwarming stories and thought-provoking insights into the Church, Scripture, and what it means to discover, embrace, and live out the Catholic faith first handed down from Christ to the apostles.