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Introduction revised & updated
An introduction to the writings of the New Testament, written by a prominent scholar who is able to communicate the main ideas and results with a clear and simple style. This third edition, although leaving intact the structure of the book, has ...
Introduction for Catholics
Margaret Nutting Ralph
A Walk Through the New Testament is a companion volume for adult Catholics as they read the New Testament, helping them apply the Catholic approach to Scripture, the contextualist approach, to their reading in order to better understand what ...
Bishop John A. Marshall; with a foreword by James Cardinal Hicke
Looks at every question posed in the four gospels. A sure source of inspiration and meditation, it will draw the reader more deeply into Scripture.
Fr. Brown opens up the Scriptures for us as he looks at the Marys in the New Testament, including Mary, mother of Jesus, Mary Magdalene, Mary the sister of Martha, and the Samaritan woman at the well.
What the Da Vinci Code Misses
Mary R. Thompson
The controversial and bestselling novel, The Da Vinci Code, brought to life a spirited debate concerning Mary of Magdala's true role in the life of Jesus. This book examines the gospel text, legends and devotion dealing with Mary in light of the ...
Social Justice in the New Testament
Joseph A. Grassi
A guide to the teachings on social justice in the New Testament, along with practical references to their application in today's world.
Donald Senior, Paul J. Achtemeier, Robert J. Karris, George W. M
Commentary on each of the Gospels by four eminent biblical scholars.
Professor David Gowler
A concise but thorough survey of current scholarly thinking on Jesus' parables, for the ordinary reader.
Vincent P. Branick
A solid, well-done introduction to the New Testament for undergraduates that explores teaching on faith issues, as well as the theology and spirituality of the New Testament. Reflections, study questions, charts, and indexes are included.
Old Testament Roots
Roland Worth, Jr.
Demonstrates by an in-depth examination of the relevant Old Testament texts that Jesus' antitheses of the Sermon on the Mount were faithful applications of what the Law of Moses already taught.
A in-depth look at the early Christian community using as the main source the Acts of the Apostles and other New Testament writings. These talks are a treasure for helping us go back to roots and to experience a new sense of what Christian ...
In addition to The Churches Paul Left Behind, this set includes The Challenge of Biblical Fundamentalism and Vatican II-Twenty Years on and into the Future.
How old the gospels come together? How did they come to understand Jesus? What are some of the challenges that Christians face today in understanding the Bible, and how can the Bible be communicated and shared effectively?
Fr. Brown covers the main themes of John's Gospel. His deep understanding and love for the gospel will inform, challenge, and deeply touch all who listen.
A biblical retreat with a pastoral emphasis on developments in the early Church and its relevance for us today. Using the gospels and Acts, along with the Pauline letters and other sources, Fr. Brown looks at the theological, social, and moral ...
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