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Carl Olson
God became Man and walked among us. He died for our sins. He did these things at a particular time and place. He entered history. Ours is a...
Catherine Brown Tkacz
Not by a long shot – despite what some revisionist scholars would have us believe. Indeed, in Scripture, women represent the soul in union with...
Fr. Peter Funk O.S.B.
The religion section of your local bookstore is filled with books purporting to offer new "scientific" evidence about what Jesus "really" said...
Frederick W. Marks
Many contemporary Catholic scholars have subjected the Bible to a drumfire of criticism. Contradictions are alleged; errors are charged, even...
David Currie
Does contemplating the original New Testament documents lead to anti-Semitism because the documents themselves have a bias against Jews? The...
Steve Kellmeyer
An understanding of the four-fold sense of Scripture deepens our appreciation for the richness of the texts.
Karl Keating
The historical critical methods have resulted in destructive analysis of the sacred texts. A prominent young scholar criticizes the critics and...
Jack Taylor
Did Jesus really multiply loaves and fishes -- or did his listeners have the food with them all the time? Why some people are trying to explain...
Kathleen M. Galvas
For twenty years she belonged to the Assemblies of God, the denomination her mother brought her to. But she made a fatal error: she read the...
David J. Palm
The New Testament proves that sacred Tradition was authoritative for both Jews and Christians.