Q&A Open Forum

Monday, Mar 26, 2012 - 7pm ET

Jimmy Akin answers:

My sister’s friend is having a lesbian wedding and asked for my input about the venue, which I used for my own reception -- should I give her my advice?

Is it possible to authoritatively answer whether or not Mary was the genetic mother of Jesus?

The Jews thought they were the chosen people, but they aren’t anymore -- how do we know that this won’t happen to Christianity?

Why did Jesus call Peter “Satan?”

Is it permissible to have a tubal ligation procedure if your doctor recommends it after multiple C-sections?

How do some non-Catholic Christian churches reconcile their belief in Christ as the Messiah with their strong Old Testament beliefs?

Where do Catholics believe that freedom of conscience and freedom of religious practice exist in the First Amendment?

What are your thoughts on the Reason Rally that took place in Washington DC?

Do You Believe? The Basic Christian Creeds
"We've all been taught some basic guidelines for living a good life: ""Tell the truth.""Share.""Be on time."" In much the same way, Christianity has its own set of guidelines. These lists of core truths that Christians believe and live by are known as creeds.In Do You Believe?, you'll learn the history of the creeds, the reasons behind them, and the way the predominant ones developed."