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Karlo Broussard
The Church always has held that Scripture teaches “firmly, faithfully, and without error”—despite the assertions of some theologians at the...
Mark P. Shea
Popular "historical" scholarship claims that the Gospels were written long after the events they describe and not by the individuals to whom...
Melinda Selmys
The Christian account of Creation is so deeply woven into our culture that we may scarcely think of it at all. But as fallen creatures we must...
Steve Ray
It seems harmless enough: studying the Bible with other Christians. But even if it is called "non-denominational," a Catholic (or Orthodox)...
Jimmy Akin
The Gospels provide accounts of numerous things that Jesus said and did during his earthly ministry. But how did the Evangelists themselves...
Frederick W. Marks
In this installment the author addresses two more questions of importance: Did the Gospel writers put words in Jesus’ mouth? How impressed...
Fr. Michael Wensing S.T.L.
The content and arrangement of the commandments that got Alabama Judge Roy Moore booted from the bench differ from those traditionally taught...
Dave Armstrong
The Bible-reading habits of Catholics lag far behind those of Evangelical Protestants. But we are to strive to understand our faith, and that...
John Carberry
Many of Christ’s parables provide a wealth of support for Catholic apologetics. From the parable of the wedding feast to that of the prodigal...
Mark J. Kelly
Work along with this primer in Catholic biblical understanding and you’ll learn to see Scripture through Catholic eyes.