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Old Testament Saints

Steve Ray

“The patriarchs, prophets, and certain other Old Testament figures have been and always will be honored as saints in all the Church’s liturgical traditions.” CCC 61

Questions Covered:

  • 16:11 - Are there people from thousands of years ago who didn’t know God who went to heaven?
  • 20:54 - How can someone (like Adam or Eve) become a saint without knowing Christ?
  • 23:34 - Do you consider Solomon to be a saint? Why or why not?
  • 31:08 - Why don’t we speak more about saints like Lazarus?
  • 34:54 - What sort of hope did the Old Testament saints have? Did they hope for heaven?
  • 37:22 - How did women enter the old covenant when the men were entered in by circumcision?
  • 44:18 - Where is it in the Bible that Lucifer thought he was the chosen one, but that Jesus was sent in his stead?
  • 46:15 - Is Eve considered to be a saint?
  • 48:53 - Were the people in Abraham’s day considered to be cavemen, or were cavemen before Abraham?
  • 51:05 - Steve, you used to be Baptist and lived a Christian life and believed you were saved. Now that you’re Catholic, why can’t you believe that anymore?

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