One of the leading conservative commentators, Ben Shapiro, questions one of the foremost Catholic apologists. In the fascinating discussion, they delve into cosmology, theology, and a few other ologies. Critics will immediately jump on Bishop Barron’s position that those outside of the Church can be saved but he presents a great intellectual argument for the Church:
I’d say Bishop Barron’s biggest miss was his answer to Shapiro’s question of whether Catholicism was an acts-based religion or a faith-based religion. Barron said that Catholicism is a love-based religion, which is true, but the better answer is that Catholicism is both an acts- and faith-based religion. You need to believe and you need to behave as you believe.