Q&A Open Forum (Part II)
Jimmy Akin answers:
Why is it binding for Catholics to be against abortion?
How can I prepare myself to discuss the faith with family members who are part of the Foursquare church?
How does the laity live out chastity, poverty, and obedience?
Can a Protestant be forgiven of his sins before becoming Catholic?
Is it morally wrong to be passive-aggressive?
Why does the Church today not like scholastic philosophy?
What is the best response to the argument that Jesus never talked about homosexuality?
The Webster’s dictionary definition of marriage doesn’t say anything about one man and one woman -- how do I respond to this argument?
How do I reply to someone who posted a picture of people in line at Chick-Fil-A with the caption, “You would never see this many Christians standing at a food bank or homeless shelter?”
"Catholic apologetics is back. It's everywhere. As a professional apologist, Mark Brumley sees this renaissance as an immensely good thing -- an essential part of the Church's evangelical mission. Even so, grave dangers attend this apologetics renaissance. Some of these dangers are so serious, they threaten to undermine the 'good' that apologetics can accomplish. Brumley calls these dangers the Seven Deadly Sins Of Catholic Apologetics And Evangelization. Like the seven deadly sins of the moral life, they are ""deadly"" not merely as isolated, individual acts but as vices or evil habits -- habitual tendencies to act in a certain way. In How NOT To Share Your Faith: The Seven Deadly Sins Of Catholic Apologetics And Evangelization, Brumley exposes them for you."