+ Why we're Catholic (full hour)
- Description: To a non-Catholic, a lot of the Church's teachings seem pretty crazy. We believe that God exists, inspired a Holy Book and founded an infallible Church. We believe that He was born of a Virgin, rose from the dead and that what looks like a wafer of bread is actually His body. Why do we believe what we believe? We talk about it with Trent Horn.
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Trent Horn is the author of several books, most recently Why We're Catholic. He's a staff apologist for Catholic Answers and a regular host for Catholic Answers Live.
- Trent Horn
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How can you believe all this stuff? This is the number-one question Catholics get asked—and, sometimes, we ask ourselves. Why do we believe that God exists, that he became a man and came to save us, that what looks like a wafer of bread is actually his body? Why do we believe that he inspired a holy book and founded an infallible Church to teach us the one true way to live? Ever since he became Catholic, Trent Horn has spent a lot of time answering these questions, trying to explain to friends, family, and total strangers the reasons for his faith
- Some didn’t believe in God, or even in the existence of truth.
- Others said they were spiritual but didn’t think you needed religion to be happy.
- Some were Christians who thought Catholic doctrines over-complicated the pure gospel.
- And some were fellow Catholics who had a hard time understanding everything they professed to believe on Sunday.
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