ASK PETER KREEFT
I’ve given thousands of lectures around the country to engaged, thoughtful, curious university and church audiences and have always made it a practice to allow for as many questions as possible. Here are the most interesting ones I’ve been asked, and the answers I gave.
Join me now as I answer scores of questions I’ve been asked over the decades, including the following:
- Why are you a Catholic?
- Why are so many philosophers weird?
- Why do you feel the need to bring God into everything?
- What is your favorite method of prayer?
- Why does the Church resist women’s ordination?
- Why can’t divorced and remarried Catholics receive Communion?
- Why is the Catholic Church obsessed with sex?
- Why does the Church still forbid birth control?
- Why not trial marriages—living together?
- Why can’t Catholics believe in reincarnation?
- Have you ever witnessed a miracle?
- If you were pope, what’s the first thing you would do?
- What ten books would you take to a desert island?
- Which modern invention do you believe is the most dangerous?
- Why don’t we have as many deep friendships anymore?
- What’s the secret of your success as a writer?
- What’s the hardest question you’ve ever been asked?
And many more questions and answers on an unbridled assortment of topics!