What Catholic Moral Teaching Do You Reject?
We ask listeners, “Why do you reject Catholic morality?” Their answers create enlightening conversations with apologist Trent Horn.
Questions and Topics Covered:
- 03:33 - I would like to discuss the idea that disbelief, if you understand Catholicism, is considered unforgivable.
- 12:55 - Doesn’t the Church teach to prevent the greater evil? With Japan being such an honor-based nation, the war would have needed to continue until every civilian was dead. Didn’t the bomb end up saving more lives but leading to the end of the war, and therefore was the lesser of the two evils?
- 19:02 - I would like to discuss the Church’s stance on abortion.
- 30:27 - Why are we not morally obligated to pursue the Jewish people as Paul calls us to do?
- 35:06 - Isn’t it the lesser of two evils to allow for contraception rather than perpetuating a generation of promiscuity?
- 45:20 - I listened to a talk of yours and it sounded like you said that contraceptives are okay if they do not harm the baby. I was under the impression that the Church is against all contraceptives. Can you clarify your position?