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Fr. Joseph Ponessa, Laurie Manhardt
Come and See
8 1/2" x 11"
Emmaus Road Publishing
Come and See: Genesis presents the fifty chapters of Genesis in a twenty-two chapter format. The intriguing commentary offers a view of creation that respects natural science, biology, geology, and anthropology. Pope Benedict XVI’s writings augment the commentaries.
This study uses inductive and deductive learning, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and the writings of popes and saints to unlock an ancient treasure and show its current application. The Come and See series is ideal for group or personal Scripture Study.
About the Series
Especially designed for families to do together, the Come and See Catholic Bible Study series presents the rich heritage of the Catholic faith in clear and simple language. With its practical direction for leaders, easy-to-use workbook format, and appealing design, this Bible study series is ideal for use in the classroom, home study, or parish catechesis.
About the Authors
Fr. Joseph L. Ponessa, S.S.D. was ordained in 1974 and received a Master’s degree in theology from Mount Angel Seminary in Saint Benedict, Oregon. He continued to study biblical languages—Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic—and earned a doctorate in Sacred Scripture from the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome. He uses the Come and See series widely in his three parishes in the diocese of Great Falls-Billings, Montana.
Laurie Watson Manhardt, Ph.D. earned a doctorate in education from the University of Michigan. She and her husband Jim host a Come and See group in their home in Vero Beach, Florida. Laurie also co-leads a family Bible study for adults and teens in her parish.
Companion DVDs Available: These multi-media materials offer additional commentary from the authors and footage of the Holy Land.
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