Category Archives: Scripture

“he who loves iniquity, hates his own soul”

All that God has created is good. Therefore, evil is not a created thing, but a deprivation within what is created. Sin is a moral deprivation. Those who choose to sin act contrary to the goodness in their own nature. … Continue reading


Does the Bible Condemns Slavery? Yes.

On slavery, Fr. James Martin quotes this article: “Where the Bible mentions [same-sex sexual] behavior at all, it clearly condemns it. I freely grant that. The issue is precisely whether the biblical judgment is correct. The Bible sanctioned slavery as … Continue reading

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Will There Be a Third Testament of Sacred Scripture?

Catechism of the Catholic Church: 66 “The Christian economy, therefore, since it is the new and definitive Covenant, will never pass away; and no new public revelation is to be expected before the glorious manifestation of our Lord Jesus Christ.” … Continue reading

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The Good Samaritan had the Wrong Beliefs

Samaritans were Jews who had broken away from the main Jewish religion, which worshipped at Jerusalem. After breaking away (schism), the developed different doctrines as well. So they were essentially Jews who had different beliefs and practices. Now from a … Continue reading

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No, Taylor Marshall Children cannot be Possessed by Demons

The controversy begins with the interpretation of a Bible passage. [Deuteronomy] {20:13} And when the Lord your God will have delivered it into your hands, you shall strike down anyone who is in it, of the male gender, with the … Continue reading

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More on Biblical Inerrancy

The widespread heresy is the claim that the Bible is only inerrant on matters of faith and morals. The dogma is that the Bible is inerrant on every subject about which it makes an assertion, including history, geography, and physical … Continue reading

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The Heresy of Limited Biblical Inerrancy

The Magisterium has repeatedly infallibly taught that the Bible is infallible in all that it asserts as true on any subject, whether faith, morals, salvation, history, or science. Now it is clear that some of the Bible’s assertions are by … Continue reading

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In Defense of the Bible: Dietary Laws

Some persons criticize the Bible, and attempt to discredit its teachings on morality, by pointing to the Old Testament dietary laws. They suggest that some of the moral teachings of the Bible are as outdated, or as irrelevant to modern … Continue reading

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My Translation of the Bible: the CPDV

From March of 2004 to March of 2009, I worked nearly every day translating the Latin Vulgate Bible into modern English. When completed, I placed the translation in the public domain, so that anyone could use this Bible version for … Continue reading

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Nashville Statement – A coalition for Biblical sexuality

Preamble “Know that the LORD Himself is God; It is He who has made us, and not we ourselves…” — Psalm 100:3 Evangelical Christians at the dawn of the twenty-first century find themselves living in a period of historic transition. … Continue reading

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Against Modern Heresies: Biblical Inerrancy

It is a well-established formal dogma in the Church that the Bible (Sacred Scripture) is entirely without error. Everything that the Bible asserts as true is certainly true, in the sense, to the extent, and in the way, that the … Continue reading

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Free for 5 days: my book on the Writing of the Gospels

My booklet, The Writing of the Gospels and Biblical Inerrancy, will be available in Kindle format only, for free, from Monday, 26 Sept to 30 Sept, 2016, Pacific Time. Please take advantage of this free offer. This booklet is primarily … Continue reading


The Sharp Corners of the Gospel of Jesus Christ

The true Gospel of Jesus Christ has some sharp corners. The Word that proceeds from the mouth of Jesus is a sharp two-edged sword: it cuts for you and against you. When you do good, or repent from doing evil, … Continue reading


The Martyrdoms of James and John, sons of Zebedee

In the Gospel, Jesus says that both sons of Zebedee, James the greater and John the Evangelist, would be martyred. [Mark] {10:35} And James and John, the sons of Zebedee, drew near to him, saying, “Teacher, we wish that whatever … Continue reading


How Many Animals entered the Ark of Noah?

The usual discussion about Noah and the Flood among Catholics involves two different positions: that the Flood story is entirely fictional, or that it is entirely literal. In my book, Noah’s Flood: Literal or Figurative?, I refute both positions and … Continue reading


9 Things You Didn’t Know About the Bible

1. Some words in the Bible’s original languages are so obscure no one knows what they mean. The footnotes of a Bible often say about such words, “Hebrew obscure, corrected according to the Greek” or a similar phrasing. Usually, this … Continue reading

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Does the Bible forbid wearing multi-fabric clothes?

For some reason, the following passage from the book of Leviticus is often ridiculed today: [Leviticus] {19:19} Observe my laws. You shall not cause your cattle to breed with other kinds of animals. You shall not sow your field with … Continue reading

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Release To Us Barabbas!

The first century Jews would gather at Jerusalem three times each year: the Feast of Tabernacles, the Feast of Unleavened Bread (Passover), and the Feast of Weeks (Jewish Pentecost). [Exodus] {23:14} Three times in each year, you shall celebrate feasts … Continue reading

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Reply to People who ridicule Noah’s Flood

There are two common views on the story of Noah, the great Flood, and the Ark. One view is entirely literal: water covered the whole surface of the earth, all human and animal life outside the Ark died, the Ark … Continue reading


Read the whole Bible in preparation for the Warning

I propose that we read the whole Bible in preparation for the Warning on Good Friday of 2016 (March 25th). Here is the math: * 5 days a week (Mon. through Fri.) for 52 weeks is 260 days. * 1 … Continue reading