Take Time To Study The Genealogy Of Jesus

An account of the genealogy[a] of Jesus the Messiah,[b] the son of David, the son of Abraham.2 Abraham was the father of Isaac, and Isaac the father of Jacob, and Jacob the father of Judah and his brothers, 3 and Judah the father of Perez and Zerah by Tamar, and Perez the father of Hezron, and Hezron the father of... Continue Reading →

Grace And How It Changes Our Mind

At the beginning of sacred scripture, we read how God created man.  Man was created in a state of grace, and through sin this grace was lost.  This led to mankind having the stain of original sin, and a desire to sin called concupiscence.  This nature requires grace to assist us in our post-lapsarian nature. ... Continue Reading →

Liberation And Grace

In the New Testament there are many passages that speak of grace as liberation.  Sin is a plague that has overtaken the world, and it enslaves us (Stevens 9).  We are born in original sin, and though that is washed away through the sacrament of Baptism, concupiscence remains.  Concupiscence is the tendency to still drift toward sin.... Continue Reading →

Natural Knowledge Has Limits

Truth is all around us.  It is something concrete and is not able to be changed.  For one to come to truth one must have a knowledge of that truth.  In this case there is natural and supernatural knowledge.  Natural Knowledge Has Limitations Man is a creature of reason, and it is through this reason... Continue Reading →

A Life of Holiness with Tony Agnesi

Popular author, blogger, and speaker Tony Agnesi joins me on the show this week.  We discuss some tips on how to live a holy life, his books, and his event coming up in Payson, AZ.  I encourage you to visit his website because you will be blessed.  Use the code "friends" at checkout for a... Continue Reading →

Varying Views of Grace

As a convert from Protestantism, one of the challenges was the concept of grace. It was taught, and still is, that justification and sanctification were an instantaneous barrage of grace that instantly transformed. Granted, this is more of a Baptist, view and can change based on denomination. This differs widely from the Catholic view that... Continue Reading →

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