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Published on Jun 16, 2016

In this Deep in History lecture, Patrick Madrid addresses a common question regarding Scripture- with thousands of different perspectives on the Bible, whose should be trusted? Patrick explains how the best way to understand disputed passages of Scripture is to look at the way they were interpreted by those closest to the apostles- the Early Church Fathers, who, through the medium of Sacred Tradition, preserved the understanding of the Bible that the Catholic Church upholds today.

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Streamed live 23 hours ago

Join Fr. Mitch’s LIVE Bible Study as he reminds Christians of the need to remain alert to the temptations of false teachers who are more in keeping with “modern thinking” and who make the truths of the Christian faith seem backward, out-of-date, or even oppressive.

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Streamed live 7 hours ago

Join a LIVE Bible Study with Fr. Mitch Pacwa studying the question of “Why we need a Divine Savior?” and the New Testament links between Christ’s Divinity and His Saving Death.
Scripture Highlights: Matthew 16:13-21; John 8:24-28; Philippians 2:5-11; Colossians 1:19-23; Hebrews 1:4-14; 2:14; 9:25-26.

 

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