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My Debate on “Sola Scriptura” with a Protestant

While most of America celebrates Halloween on October 31, a growing number of Protestants celebrate “Reformation Day,” the 497th anniversary of when Martin Luther allegedly nailed his 95 theses to the Wittenberg cathedral. The act is generally considered to have sparked the Protestant Reformation. To mark the occasion, I participated in a two-hour radio debate last Thursday on the topic … Continue reading

Jesus the Bridegroom: An Interview with Dr. Brant Pitre (Video)

Whenever I recommend Dr. Brant Pitre to friends, I describe him as the Indiana Jones of Catholic theology. His books are like treasure hunts. Dr. Pitre guides you through familiar passages, which are often darkened by confusing twists and turns, but like the adventurous Jones he shines light in just the right places to uncover new treasure, riches that leave … Continue reading

10 Most Shared Bible Verses Online

The uber-popular YouVersion Bible app just released its year-end analysis revealing how its millions of users engaged the Bible this past year. In 2013, users shared more than 65 million Bible verses via the app. What was the most popular verse this year? Philippians 4:13: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Interestingly, the most-read biblical chapter … Continue reading

How to Understand the Bible’s Dark Passages: An Interview with Dr. Matthew Ramage

In his pivotal 2010 exhortation, Verbum Domini, Pope Benedict XVI devoted an entire section to the so-called “dark passages” of the Bible: “In discussing the relationship between the Old and the New Testaments, [we must consider] those passages in the Bible which, due to the violence and immorality they occasionally contain, prove obscure and difficult…   [W]e should be aware … Continue reading

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