Can catholics answer these questions?
Isn't saying "God always existed" just another type of infinite regress? Like instead of having an infinite stack of bricks, you have a finite stack of bricks on top of an infinitely tall brick?
Aren't catholic commentaries about the word "until" when defending the idea of the perpetual virginity of Mary just silly? I fail to come up with any rational defense of such commentary about the word "until".
If souls exist, why can't we move/be moved by things a distance away? That means being limited by location, so how can souls exist?