Year: 2010

Dead Sea Scrolls On-Line

From Reuters: Scholars and anyone with an Internet connection will be able to take a new look into the Biblical past through an online archive of high-resolution images of the 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls. Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA), the custodian of the scrolls that shed light on the life of Jews and early Christians at …

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Like the Early Christians, We Should Learn to See Again the Gospel as… Fresh, Attractive.

In this special interview, Scott Hahn, tells Earlychristians.org of his conversion to Catholicism upon attending the Holy Mass and what the Early Christians got to do with it. 1. You have written numerous books on a wide range of topics related to the Catholic Faith and the Scriptures. What is your current focus and what …

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Holy Land, Happy Landings

Pilgrimage should be second nature to an institution that’s dedicated to the spirit of St. Paul, Apostle to the Gentiles. Any book devoted to St. Paul’s ministry is sure to have pages devoted to maps. Our patron was a man on the move. Yet he was not a restless wanderer. He was a pilgrim, and …

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For Future Reference

If you’ve ever traveled in conservative evangelical or fundamentalist circles, you know the Scofield Reference Bible. It’s a hefty tome, and influential. And one could argue that this annotated edition of the Scriptures, first published in 1909, created modern fundamentalism. Its editor, C.I. Scofield, made his own theological opinions seem like the plain sense of …

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Matthias Scheeben on the Mysteries of Christianity (Part 3)

“The fascination of mystery is so strong that almost all religious and social organizations that exercise or have exercised an inspiring and lasting influence on mankind have wrapped themselves up in the obscurity of mystery, and have even gloried in the mysteries which they were aware of, although they disdained Christianity because of its mysteries. …

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