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Charlie B

U.S.
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I can answer questions like, "Help me reconcile the Catholic Church to Protestant religions" or "Help me understand some of the staunch, unbendable rules that the Vatican asks Catholics to keep" or "How must the Church reconcile other religions or religious beliefs" and more...

Edward Bode

U.S.
Available
Catholic dogma, especially as related to Scripture. I have a doctorate in biblical theology [University of St. Thomas, Rome]. I do not answer questions concerning personal moral situations -- ones dealing with right and wrong [sin].

Father Dave Bechtel

U.S.
Available
I am a Catholic priest in good standing and in active ministry in the Diocese of Scranton PA. I can answer most any question about the Catholic Faith, however my area of specialization is Systematic Theology. Systematic Theology is a branch of theology that focuses on the fundamental tenants of the Faith and the Dogmas of the Faith. I have specialization on the Reformation and Catholic vs. Protestant theology/issues and answering Protestant challenges to the Faith.

Donald Higby

U.S.
Available
Most any question about Catholic teachings, the structure of the Church, issues related to Catholic teachings on sexuality and marriage; I also know a lot about biblical foundations for Catholic teaching, and apologetics. As a scientist and a deacon, I am conversant with the dialogue between science and religion.

Marco

Italy
Available
I am a catholic physicist and I am married with four children. I can give a scientific proof of the existence of the soul. I am very interested in the following issues: faith and science, rational proof of the existence of God, christianity versus other religions, the Bible, protestantism versus catholicism, miracles. Probably you will find interesting my answers to questions such as: "How can I know that God exist?", "How can I know that catholicism is the true religion?", "Why does evil exist?", "Who created evil?", "Why does Hell exist?", "Why did Jesus have to suffer on the Cross?" , "If God knows everything, why did He create those souls who go to Hell?"

Fr. Michael

U.S.
Available
A traditional Catholic priest, who provides forthright answers to questions FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF TRADITIONAL CATHOLICISM (not the New Order) on topics pertaining to TRADITIONAL Roman Catholicism, including theology, the Bible, Church history, the Latin language, liturgy (especially the Traditional Latin Mass), and music (especially Gregorian chant), and current events in the Catholic Church.

Daniel Keeran

U.S.
Available
I can answer most questions about Catholicism, especially those pertaining to historical theology and church history.

Griff Ruby

U.S.
Available
I focus on the "why" and "how" questions of the Faith and one`s need for the Church to overcome sin, live the life God wishes us, and to become what God wants us to be. I seek to provide insight and information such that you are then able to see for yourself the answer to your questions.

George A. Card,sfo, M.I

U.S.
Available
I am willing to attempt to answer any question. If I donít know the answer, I will look-up or pass the question on to friends for feed back. Beside Catholicism (especially the social/moral and the Eastern rites), I am well read on Mormonism and so-called Modern Christian Fundamentalism. Also I study Franciscan History as means of growing in my lay Franciscan calling to holiness in Christ.

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2017-02-18 Recognition, Faith and Will:

Cognition comes first through reason. Reflection with faith enables one to recognize that someone/thing is beyond reason and so worthy under the help of God to pursue the ultimate truths of creation.

2017-02-15 John 1:29 Early Christology:

An interesting imaginative speculation.  However, speculation based on general summarized opinions that seek to overthrow concrete evidence does not impress me.  I find that the tried credentials of Christianity

2017-02-13 Questions and Values of religion:

As your comment, Charles, mentions Christians among pagans, That situation/circumstances woul warrant familiarity.  If I were living in rural Norway or Jordan, I would learn something about Lutheranism

2017-01-30 God's Judgment:

Your Protestant friends are being presumptuous.  Judgment is God's, Who sees all, not man's.  This reasonable principle is given in the First Book of Kings (16:7/DRV):  "Nor do I judge according to the

2017-01-29 Mass:

This is going to be short answer as I have been busy.    Purchase and read the book "Why Catholic's Can't Sing: The Culture of Catholicism and the Triumph of Bad Taste" by Thomas Day.      This book will

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