The Secularization of the Bible

I am once again honored to have recently interviewed Dr. Scott Hahn. We discussed the book he wrote with his coauthor Dr. Benjamin Wiker titled "The Decline And Fall Of Sacred Scripture: How The Bible Became A secular Book". History And The Bible In this interview we discuss the inspiration behind the book and many... Continue Reading →

Beelzebul Or Jesus? The Choice Is Yours

Now he was casting out a demon that was mute; when the demon had gone out, the one who had been mute spoke, and the crowds were amazed. 15 But some of them said, “He casts out demons by Beelzebul, the ruler of the demons.” 16 Others, to test him, kept demanding from him a sign from heaven. 17 But he... Continue Reading →

The New Testament Is Reliable

When it comes to a discussion about sacred scripture the word “accuracy” will definitely come up.  Whether it is in regards to passages in the Old Testament or the New Testament, but what is the basis for such questions?  Is it an honest attempt to discern the truth or is one’s mind already made up?... Continue Reading →

Hebrew Poetry: Can Jesus Be Seen Here? Part 2

You can read part one of the series on Hebrew poetry here. Jesus In Hebrew Poetry: Proverbs The Proverbs a favorite book of those who are seeking practicality.  In other words, they are striving to incorporate Biblical lessons into their daily lives.  In proverbial literature there is no place for storytelling.  Every line is a... Continue Reading →

Watchtower: A Look At Jehovah’s Witnesses

A few months ago I was fortunate enough to interview popular apologist Gary Michuta.  Gary is a brilliant Catholic apologist, speaker, radio show host, and author.  He has a great deal of  experience in studying and debating the teachings of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society.  We know them as Jehovah’s witnesses. A couple months ago... Continue Reading →

Deuterocanon: Defending It Is Essential

Earlier this week I was honored to speak with Catholic speaker and apologist Gary Michuta about the Deuterocanon. He is the host of Hands on Apologetics which airs daily at 1:00pm EST on Virgin Most Powerful Radio. Discussing The Deuterocanon He is also the author of several books including "Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger" and... Continue Reading →

New Testament: Why Only 27 Books?

There are many things that may come to an individual’s mind when it comes to sacred scripture.  Some may ask why there are so many translations.  Some may wonder if the Bible as we know it fell from the sky at Pentecost.  However many have questions on why we have the New Testament books we... Continue Reading →

Feast Of Tabernacles And The Gospel Of John

The Feast of Tabernacles plays an important role in John’s gospel.  It was an important Jewish festival that brought to mind the provision of God while the children of Israel were wondering in the wilderness for forty years en route to the promised land.  Feast Of Tabernacles It occurred after the Day of Atonement and... Continue Reading →

Eucharist: Have We Taken It For Granted?

Though we celebrate the liturgy of the Eucharist everyday at Mass, there is a tendency to get complacent.  Have we taken this great gift of Christ for granted?  This seems to be our human nature, because if we do something enough we tend to go through the motions.  Have We Taken The Eucharist For Granted?... Continue Reading →

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