Okay, so here’s my question:
What is it that makes the five issues from the Voter’s Guide For Serious Catholics “non-negotiable?”
(the issues are: abortion, euthanasia, gay marriage, cloning, and fetal stem-cells)
Is it because of the level of teaching that these are selected? Because they are intrinsic evils? What is it?
To me, this is a huge weakness in the guide. It seems like it doesn’t have a principled way to prefer these issues over others. It feels subjective and arbitrary. (Don’t get me wrong, I agree that these are the most important, I just want an explanation.)
Thanks and God bless,