Dead Sea Scrolls

KJVO – Pt 1, Sam Gipps and the Apocrypha

A few years ago I left the KJVO (King James Version Only) when their scholarship could not stand the test.

Books

Book Review – Orthodox Study Bible

Not being Orthodox myself (although maybe orthodox), I became interested in this translation for two reasons: It was a ‘new’

John Chrysostom

John Chrysostom on the Church

It is not merely that the Church was barren like Sarah, or became a mother of many children like her,

Devotional

Devotional – Christ, the only way (7/28)

Now a woman, having a flow of blood for twelve years, who had spent all her livelihood on physicians and

Other Posts

It's Sunday morning…so what?

Yes, we can take that attitude. I mean, sure some of us get one day off and really should stay

Debate/Discussion

Reviewing 'Early Christian Doctrines' – Inspiration and Interpretation of the Scriptures

Now, is that a shocker or what? A fundamentalist displaying an icon as an opening volley. On the left is

Debate/Discussion

Reviewing Early Christian Doctrines

Sometime ago, Fr. Robert asked me to pick up J.N.D. Kelly’s book, Early Christian Doctrines. Unfortunately, I have not had

Wisdom

Commentary on Wisdom, 1.1-6

Protestants have created this myth that the books commonly called the Apocrypha or Deuterocanon was suddenly accepted by Rome at