The question is not how can someone live a religious life, but it's why they should live a religious Christian life.Read More »
Ask A Catholic: What do Catholics believed existed before Adam and Eve?
What the church has yet to define infallibly, however, is when the universe was created. So, technically, Catholics can be “Creationists” and believe the universe was created 6,000 years ago in six 24-hour days, or believe the universe was created 13 billion years ago at the Big Bang, just as long as they ascribe to the belief that God created the universe out of nothing and willed all creation into existence one way or the other.Read More »
Ask An Atheist: What’s the difference between an Agnostic and an Atheist?
Not believing in god(s) has a spectrum of opinion just as belief in them do.Read More »
Father Knows Best: Has the church lost its way?
Now, I realize that when folks announce that the Episcopal (or the Lutheran or the Presbyterian or the Roman Catholic or whatever) church is lost, they generally intend these words as a critique. But what if? What if, in the adventure that is life and faith, getting lost is sometimes necessary, sometimes important, sometimes good?Read More »
SpokaneFAVS introduces Ask A Catholic column
So I invite any and all to “Ask a Catholic” anything you like. I hope this can help us all in our life’s pursuit of truth, goodness, and beauty.Read More »
Ask A Buddhist: Where does love fit into Buddhism?
Buddhism cultivates four kinds of love called the Boundless States, or the Four Immeasurables, none of which can be mistaken for romantic love, sentimentality or possessiveness.Read More »