MYS139: It’s a fifth Friday so Jimmy Akin is answering more weird questions from listeners, including whether Baby Yoda needs to fast; do AIs have souls?; is the Prime Directive ethically defensible?; should we destroy vampires?; and more.
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Questions covered in this episode:
- 04:28 – Is it possible that children are so incredibly happy because of reincarnation?
- 12:35 – What if a lost letter of St. Paul were discovered?
- 19:24 – Can AI have a soul?
- 24:01 – Were any members of the Legion of Super Heroes Catholic?
- 29:23 – Should Baby Yoda fast?
- 33:54 – Speed of light and Sunday obligation
- 37:41 – Is the Prime Directive ethically defensible?
- 45:16 – Fasting when you’re fasting for other reasons
- 51:34 – Organ transplants and the resurrection
- 52:07 – Is it morally acceptable to destroy vampires?
- 53:34 – How much incense is too much?
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