5 Questions For God

In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys discuss questions they’d ask God about the meaning of life and why things are the way they are.

Episode 161:
In this episode, we will discuss:
• Is it  OK to question God?
• Why does he permit suffering?
• Why do men have nipples?
• Does the universe NEED to be so big?
• and much more


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5 comments on 5 Questions For God

  1. Bonnie Miller says:

    Why God had to make Jesus go through death. The angels were watching and God had to answer the accusations the devil had made that would have no doubts.,

  2. Andrea says:

    Hi guys, and Howard the latest actor to be God, the Father,

    I have questions that come up daily. There is one question that I can’t get away from is all the violence and genocide that happens within the Old Testament. Was it all a purge of evil including slaying ‘innocent’ babies? They didn’t get to practice free will. How were they sinful? They chose nothing. Then there’s all the suffering that goes on and we all ask why does it have to happen. Gird up your loins is a favorite response especially to Job plus God bragged about His accomplishments which He should. I suppose it is no brag just fact when it comes to God though. The mystery of God. The mystery of the Trinity. I believe in the benevolence of God and ask why given the facts. Yet I always went off to quiet natural spaces to commune with God or talk to God. I did that since I was a small child. God was my inner peace. God needs our love and respect. He needs to come first always and that is the hard part or letting go and letting God.

    I ask God questions daily as I try to practice my faith. I have never felt alone in my Universe. And I am not. I have God and I have my Guardian Angel that God entrusted with my soul. We all seek God or the Presence we feel with us and within us. Right now I have some serious questions I am addressing to Jesus.

    This was a fun show and God is humorous and has a wicked sense of humor according to old time now deceased actress Maureen O’Hara. Yes we do enjoy each show you produce.

    Good question Ryan Scheel does God create some people he knows are going straight to hell? I think He gives them the free will to choose and change their destiny. What would have changed if Judas had not betrayed Jesus? Would they have come for Him anyway?

    Howard, don’t expect an Emmy any time soon. LOL!

  3. Sally says:

    The ways of God are indiscernible. Being a Catholic to me means accepting mystery. (Raised Protestant, everything had to be explained, and most of the time, explained badly). Keep up the good work and love your sense of humor! Inviting God wearing a fitted bed sheet in a puff of smoke was just what this old lady needed today. Kudos to your Art Director too!

  4. I wish you had the answers written out . I prefer to read bc I don’t have the luxury of time to watch so many videos podcasts even if they are very interesting.

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