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Unfortunately, there wasn’t very much Scripture involved in writing this post.

10.) Don’t date if you are dependent on someone for things only God can provide.

Back to top If you want to call yourself Catholic, but you want to pick and choose for yourself which of the Church's teachings to accept and which to reject, you give everyone else who calls themselves Catholic the right to do the same thing.

For example, you believe women should be priests..the Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraph 1577 states, "Only a baptized man validly receives ordination...

Truths such as the existence of God, the innate spirituality of the human soul, the objective reality of right and wrong...truths that our faith rest upon and build upon. Rule #3: Luke , "Do not be afraid, henceforth Will you make mistakes? Stay calm and stay determined to bring light into darkness. Quite often Catholics get frustrated by what I call the doctrinal dance..get asked about Purgatory, Mary, the Pope, the Sacraments all in rapid fire succession.

Christian apologetics, on the other hand, builds the case for divinely revealed truths - truths that cannot be known by reason apart from faith. Will you get into tight spots..you start sharing your Faith with others? Before you can answer one question, you're asked another.

There is a reason why I rarely read any ‘spiritual books’ aside from the Bible and classic commentaries on the Bible including the early Church fathers.

is derived from the ancient Greek word apologia, which means, an apology.

Truths that can be known without any divine intervention. Because if we are sincere in our desire to share the truth with others..share Jesus Christ with others..Jesus will find a way to make something good come out of even our mistakes.

Truths which the articles of our Faith rest upon and build upon. Rule #4: Always view a question about your Faith, or even an attack on your Faith, as an opportunity - an opportunity to share the truth.

Basically, there are 3 types of apologetics: natural apologetics, Christian apologetics, and Catholic apologetics.

Natural apologetics builds the case for truths we can know from the "natural" light of reason.

Truths such as: the Catholic Church having been founded directly by Jesus Christ; the papacy; the Sacraments; the Immaculate Conception, and others. So, how can we "always be prepared" to make a defense of our Faith? Rule #2: Just learn a little bit more about your Faith each and every day. As a Catholic, I believe everything the Bible says!

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