Aren’t some of the Church’s teachings based on scripture, specifically infallibility, just interpretations by man?
As a New Testament Christian, which laws do we have to obey?
Is pre-suppositional apologetics just a fancy circular reasoning fallacy?
There is a prayer, Act of Faith, in our missal. In referencing the Eucharist, it reads, “I truly believe that it really and substantially contains the body and blood of our Savior”. I’ve had trouble with the word “contains” and was hoping you could explain this wording for me.
What are Catholic parents supposed to do if they find out that the chosen godparents are now atheists?
Can you recommend a good, easy, readable version of the Bible? I want a good translation, but with more modern language.
When was everything renumbered, in terms of years? For instance, when did we begin using AD for years following Christ’s birth?