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Isaiah 10:33 and Acts 8:10 - Behold the Lord - Tommy L. Hart: this man (Mr. Hart) is the great power of (having the designation of) God. Mr. Hart has spent forty-one years studying and analysing the content of the Authorized Version Bible (AKA: AVB), also called King James Version (KJV): he has taken bible-study and understanding to a level unequalled by any, and, it is all for the good of everyone. God has truly put light in plain view. On this program, he puts forth his most unique light b ...
 
Gospel Light Society is a global ministry that seeks to present the Gospel to all people, in every language, around the world, over the internet. People all over the world need to hear about the love, peace, and joy that only comes through Jesus Christ. For many people, they are not free to practice their Christian beliefs in their country. For others, they do not feel comfortable in a public place of worship. Because of this, millions of people search for God on the internet. In many langua ...
 
During his papacy, Papa Benedetto taught, guided and encouraged the universal Church with his beautiful, both simple and profound, weekly catechesis (given at the Wednesday General Audiences). This podcast is in deep gratitude to Papa Ratzinger for being such a Holy Father to us all. Music for Catechesis in the Year of Faith - Credo by Ooberfuse. Music for Catechesis on the Saints - To the Ends of the Earth by Fr Rob Galea - ℗ 2011 Robert Galea - used with permission. For much more, visit To ...
 
Podcasts of Leo Severino's talks on Going Deeper in the Catholic Faith, presented at Family Theater beginning in October of 2005. Going Deeper is a series of dynamic talks about God, creation, man and his purpose gleaned from human revealed and revealed truths from Scriptures, Tradition and the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.
 
Early in the course of the Reformation (1520) Martin Luther penned a trilogy of foundational documents addressing the German Nobility, the Church and the Christian. "To the Christian Nobility" appeared first. In it, Luther identifies and attacks the three walls with which the papacy insulates itself from reformation. Next, he discusses three areas that need to be addressed by a council. Finally, he offers 27 articles respecting reforms needed in Christendom. (Summary by Jonathan Lange)
 
The writings of J. B. Bury, on subjects ranging from ancient Greece to the 19th-century papacy, are at once scholarly and accessible to the layman. This work covers the period from the beginning of the Roman Empire until Gibbon begins; from Augustus through Marcus Aurelius and the Antoinine Emporers. (Summary by kmerline)
 
This is an educational podcast that explores two people's (Luke and Ezra's) capacity for ignorance. We draw a random subject out of a hat and then talk a little about that subject regardless of how much we know about it. Then, in the second half of the episode, we come back after having done a little research, see what we got right, what we got wrong, and anything else we've found that's interesting. [INDEFINITE HIATUS FOREVER]
 
Institutes of the Christian Religion is John Calvin's seminal work on Protestant systematic theology. Highly influential in the Western world and still widely read by theological students today, it was published in Latin in 1536 and in his native French in 1541, with the definitive editions appearing in 1559 (Latin) and in 1560 (French).The book was written as an introductory textbook on the Protestant faith for those with some learning already and covered a broad range of theological topics ...
 
Pope Francis is celebrating five years as head of the Catholic Church on 2018. To mark this anniversary, two leading Catholics, a journalist and a theologian, voiced their conflicting opinions on the legacy of Pope Francis controversial pontificate. Ross Douthat is a New York Times Columnist and author of To Change the Church: Pope Francis and the Future of Catholicism. Him and Dr. Massimo Faggioli, professor of Theology at Villanova University, and contributor of the Commonweal Magazine, de ...
 
For the Irish historian John Bagnell Bury, history should be treated as a science and not a mere branch of literature. Many contemporary histories written in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century were poetic and heroic in tone, blending fact and fiction, myths and legends. They sometimes relied on sources from Shakespeare and classical poets. For Bury, the facts of history may be legendary or romantic in nature, but they should be recounted in a scholarly and non-judgmental manner, ...
 
Intended for a youthful audience, The Story of the Middle Ages, published in 1906, tells the history of the Middle Ages in simple and entertaining fashion, and helps to explain the influence of the Middle Ages on modern times. Topics covered include the rise of the Christian church, Feudalism, Charlemagne, the Crusades, the Hundred Years' War, and the daily life of peasant, noble, and clergy. (Summary by Kara)
 
This first volume of a two volume set traces the trials and triumphs of the Catholic Church during the period before the reformation up to the 19th century. The origins, causes and developments of the various protestant sects that were the fruit of the reformation are studied in depth, as well as the men, schools of thought and movements within and without the Church that influenced this important time period in Church history. (Summary by Maria Therese)
 
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Defending the Papacy w/Joe Heschmeyer Today, author, apologist, catechist, and speaker Joe Heschmeyer joins us to talk about the papacy, building on his work in the book Pope Peter: Defending the Church's Most Distinctive Doctrine in a Time of Crisis. We talk about Scriptural arguments for the papacy (probably different from the normal ones you're …
 
Description: For this episode, we have a really fun collaboration with another papal history podcast, Pontifacts with Bry and Fry. The history of the popes of Rome is such a nearly infinite topic, which is great because the institution can be looked at in many different ways. I take more of a scatter shot approach. I pick and choose and follow thre…
 
In this very special bonus episode and our first Agora collaboration, Bry and Fry sit down with Steve Guerra from the History of the Papacy to discuss favourite popes, favourite moments in papal history, and what draws us into the wild and complex legacy of the church. Find the History of the Papacy here: https://www.atozhistorypage.com/…
 
Our first episode of 2021 is a very special one indeed. This week we’re joined by JD Flynn & Ed Condon, co-founders of The Pillar, the brand new Catholic media project focused on smart, faithful, and serious journalism, from committed and informed Catholics who love the Church, which you can find and sign up for at pillarcatholic.com. Special Guest…
 
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