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The Bible Is A Catholic Book

Published on Jul 26, 2013

In this talk Michael Voris tackles the issue of the Bible – and how so-called ‘Bible Christians’ really are nothing of the sort!

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Where Did We Get The Bible?

Published on Jul 19, 2013

Michael Voris speaks in Nigeria, answering this fundamental question … the answer might surprise Fundamentalists!

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Where Did We Get the Bible? Q&A

Published on Jul 19, 2013

Michael Voris answers questions after his talk on the Bible.

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In this talk Michael Voris tackles the issue of the Bible – and how so-called ‘Bible Christians’ really are nothing of the sort! “Sacred Scripture must be read and interpreted in the light of the same Spirit by whom it was written” (DV 12 #3). The Second Vatican Council indicates three criteria for interpreting Scripture in accordance with the Spirit who inspired it (cf. DV 12 #4): 1) Be especially attentive “to the content and unity of the whole Scripture” (cf. Lk 24:25-27, 44-46); 2. Read the Scripture within “the living Tradition of the whole Church”; 3. Be attentive to the analogy of faith (cf. Rom 12:6; CCC: 111-114).

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DID MARTIN LUTHER ACTUALLY TRANSLATE THE NEW TESTAMENT INTO GERMAN? http://www.pagadiandiocese.org/2017/07/23/did-martin-luther-actually-translate-the-new-testament-into-german/

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How Not to Interpret Scripture? http://www.pagadiandiocese.org/2016/03/21/how-not-to-interpret-scripture/

Five Hard Bible Passages and What They Mean: Understanding the difficult parts of the Bible http://www.pagadiandiocese.org/2016/06/08/five-hard-bible-passages-and-what-they-mean-understanding-the-difficult-parts-of-the-bible/

This One Quote Convinced Me to Be a Catholic http://www.pagadiandiocese.org/2016/04/24/this-one-quote-convinced-me-to-be-a-catholic/

Final Judgment is Not a Matter of “Faith Alone” At All http://www.pagadiandiocese.org/2016/10/09/final-judgment-is-not-a-matter-of-faith-alone-at-all/

When were the apostles of Jesus born? http://www.pagadiandiocese.org/2016/04/05/when-were-the-apostles-of-jesus-born/

Five “UnBiblical Traditions” of Protestants http://www.pagadiandiocese.org/2016/10/27/five-unbiblical-traditions-of-protestants/

“Sacred Scripture must be read and interpreted in the light of the same Spirit by whom it was written” (DV 12 #3). The Second Vatican Council indicates three criteria for interpreting Scripture in accordance with the Spirit who inspired it (cf. DV 12 #4): 1) Be especially attentive “to the content and unity of the whole Scripture” (cf. Lk 24:25-27, 44-46); 2. Read the Scripture within “the living Tradition of the whole Church”; 3. Be attentive to the analogy of faith (cf. Rom 12:6; CCC: 111-114).