You may have heard of the acronym LGBT, but did you know the full acronym (LGBTQQIP2SAA) includes things like pan-sexuality, gender fluidity, and intersex?
In A Catholic Guide to LGBT+ you'll learn about the nearly dozen terms that fall under this acronym, how to answer arguments opposed to the Catholic view of sex and marriage, and how to compassionately witness to people regardless of their sexual identity. In particular you'll learn:
- How to defend the Bible's teaching on these subjects and answer arguments like "Jesus never said anything about homosexuality"
- How to use science and reason to refute transgender ideology and arguments for the morality of homosexual behavior
- How to respond to the idea that a person can be a "Gay Catholic" and that the Church should have affirming, "LGBT ministries."
Using his trademark logical rigor and gracious approach, Trent will show you how to become ambassadors for Christ who help people escape the entrapment of political labels and come to know their true identity in the God who created them.
Have you heard Trent Trax #1, How to Win Any Abortion Debate?
Format MP3 , 71 minutes:
MP3 71 minutes
I like this audio presentation of one of my favorite Catholic Apologists because you can learn many things in this presentation. One thing that I like is this audio can is listen repeatable because there are many gems in this presentation. Overall this presentation is awesome
Trent Horn is always "right on the mark" with his pertinent information.
This was a very long talk. I was not so much interested to learn what each letter meant in so much depth. I was really hoping to learn strategies on how to talk to or respond to the gay person with love but without compromising my Catholic faith. I often hear a gay supporter say things like, "Love wins"...or " People should love who they want to." I think, "Gay sex is not love. It's abuse!" But how do I say that in nice words. Or maybe I should not use nice words. I need help with how to talk to people. I am 65 years old and most of the people I talk to are millenials. But even some seniors like myself think it's OK to love whoever one chooses. I listened to Trent's talk 3 times! I did pick up a few kernels of advice. I need more suggestions. Maybe Trent can develop a talk that features 6 or 7 scenarios and go through how a conversation might go that supports Catholic teaching. Thanks for all the great material at Catholic Answers. Rebecca B.
Only one problem audio I thought it was text
Excellent and thorough talk on this sensitive issue. Didn’t know there were so many different types. Most important Trent was very courteous and also thoughtful when addressing each different type, mainly stressing that they are all people and we need not box them into different categories
Trent offered a very clear and thorough explanation of this topic. he logically presented his arguments and was able to provide sound advice. i learned a lot and am better equipped to talk about this issue with others. thank you for clarity.