Tag Archive: the Bible

Pilate and Claudia

“I thrust my hand towards him, and bellowed, ‘Behold, the Man!'”

Spy Wednesday

“The telling of the
true tale of the betrayal
of love, of light, of God…”

The Genesis Problem: A Catholic Literary Commentary

Read Bishop Robert Barron’s Catholic literary analysis of the Book of Genesis, and the different interpretations used to understand it.

The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved: Part 5

In the aftermath of the Crucifixion, John the Beloved experiences the glory of the Resurrection.

The Fisher of Men: Simon Peter’s Wake Up Call

“Docked by the shore, only one Man is aboard.
He’s Preaching to the crowds about Living for The Lord.”

The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved: Part 4

As the events of the Passion unfold, St. John recounts his experience beneath the cross.

The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved: Part 3

John, the beloved disciple, observes as Jesus is tried and condemned to death before Pontius Pilate.

The True Myth: Easter as the Greatest Story Ever Told

A look at Easter as the Greatest Story Ever Told, and the one “True Myth”, combining historical believability with the power of Eucatastrophe.