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The Feel-Good Doctrine

By Diogenes ( articles ) | Dec 28, 2004

Read the entire Fox news interview, and-- basing your replies solely on the content of Cardinal McCarrick's statements-- answer the following questions:

  1. Is The DaVinci Code (mentioned twice by interviewer Chris Wallace) a good book?
  2. What is the evidence for a "revival" of Christian faith-- aside from that fact that most people see an upturn in the number of attacks on the faith?
  3. What moral laws does Christianity offer to guide personal morality, especially in the area of family life? Anything beyond the Golden Rule?
  4. What is the significance of Christmas for Christians, aside from the fact that it makes us feel good?
  5. If any sort of religious faith produces hope and affirms morality, why is it important to accept the Christian message? (Chris Wallace asked essentially this question; check out the answer again.)
  6. Does the Christian faith offer anything beyond an affirmation? What is "salvation?"
  7. In an interview about religious faith and the Christmas celebration, who is likely to mention the name of Jesus more than once: a cardinal-archbishop of the Catholic Church, or a secular TV journalist working for Rupert Murdoch? Go ahead: check.
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