The problem is not that Andrew Scheer was asked a question this week about his religious faith.
The problem is that he didn’t offer much of an answer.
That’s been his problem for two and a half months now.
In fairness to the Conservative leader, he and his advisers probably hadn’t talked after Wednesday’s caucus meeting about how he’d handle a reporter’s question about whether he considers homosexuality to be a sin. And a press scrum is perhaps not the ideal forum for a serious discussion about religion and faith.