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Don’t Fall for Politicising the Bible

Don’t Fall for Politicising the Bible

Why should anyone worry about the history of Scripture scholarship, especially reaching all the way back to the early fourteenth century?

The simple answer is that our peculiar situation today—in which priests, preachers, and people in the pews study the Bible as the inspired Word of God and academic Scripture scholars in universities study the Bible as an ancient book of mythology—is the result of the history of Scripture scholarship. We are searching for the reasons for this Great Divide, and that means searching for its ultimate origins.

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The Powerful Battle Plan to Bring Family & Friends Back to Church

The Powerful Battle Plan to Bring Family & Friends Back to Church

If I had a nickel for every time I’m approached at a speaking event or via email by someone lamenting their spouse, children, or friends who have left the Church…well, let’s just say I’d have a lot of nickels.It’s heartbreaking.

All of us know someone who has left the faith (or never fully grasped it to begin with). They walk away from the very source of eternal life and we’re beside ourselves as to what to do.

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“The Rosary is Hard!” – 5 Keys to Get Started

“The Rosary is Hard!” – 5 Keys to Get Started

Many great popes, saints, and Christian leaders have exhorted us to pray the rosary. It’s a powerful prayer, they say, one that can change your life, strengthen the family, bring peace to the world, convert entire nations, and win the salvation of souls.
But does the average person experience the rosary this way?

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The Narrow Gate: Fully human, fully divine

The Narrow Gate: Fully human, fully divine

This article first appeared at catholicweekly.com.au A priest holding a monstrance prays over a family on Palm Sunday, 5 April 2020, amid the coronavirus pandemic in Escobedo, Mexico. Photo: CNS, Daniel Becerril, Reuters A recent national survey in the US focussing on...

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