Matters of Life, Faith, and Politics lead to very emotional discussions. Discussions based on emotion open a wide door to the justification of moral relativism. Appeals to emotion also capture people’s attention but leave a queasy aftertaste of manipulation.
Well-told truth is far more attractive and enduring because it brings people to Life itself. Ten Universal Principles: A Brief Philosophy of the Life Issues gives us 10 time-tested tools that help us firmly anchor our day-to-day defense of the Catholic Faith in well-told truths.
These principles will help you grapple with the issues that we face as faithful Catholics in our homes, in the workplace, and in the voting booth. Hone your skills so that you can engage in meaningful discussions in your circle of family, friends, and acquaintances.