Tag Archive: Sacred Scripture

Lord or Lady?: The Search for the Divine Gender

Read this exploration of the complex and controversial subject of whether God possesses a gender, drawing from various scriptural and cultural sources to formulate a Catholic hypothesis.

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Verbum Domini – The Catholic Roots of Sacred Scripture: Part 4

  There is another myth widespread among non–Catholics: God had given the books of the New Testament directly to the early Christians, and from the very beginning they were accepted by all of… Continue reading

Verbum Domini — The Catholic Roots of Sacred Scripture: Part 3

     We have seen in previous articles that at the time of Jesus the Jews had no unified Magisterium to teach them the Truth to be believed. They had various schools of Rabbis,… Continue reading

Verbum Domini — The Catholic Roots of Sacred Scripture: Part 1

Raymond de Souza, Catholic Apologist of international renown, honors our Fellowship by becoming our guest and beginning a 7 part apologetics series on the Catholic roots of Sacred Scripture.