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How the Book of Job Confronts the Problem of Suffering

How the Book of Job Confronts the Problem of Suffering

The Fourth of July and An Approach to the Bible - "In the days when states were still “the colonies” and men wore powdered wigs, a new way of thinking captured the intelligentsia of the western world.  “The miracle stories in the Bible and the lives of the saints may be quaint, entertaining, and even have symbolic meaning.  But certainly we should not take them literally!  Oh, …" ~ Marcellino D'Ambrosio, Catholic Exchange

The Fourth of July and An Approach to the Bible - "In the days when states were still “the colonies” and men wore powdered wigs, a new way of thinking captured the intelligentsia of the western world. “The miracle stories in the Bible and the lives of the saints may be quaint, entertaining, and even have symbolic meaning. But certainly we should not take them literally! Oh, …" ~ Marcellino D'Ambrosio, Catholic Exchange

The toughest part about being so darn cute is it just never stops. #SaddlesForSale #Horses #MySaddleTrader

The toughest part about being so darn cute is it just never stops. #SaddlesForSale #Horses #MySaddleTrader

An event, action or object can be simultaneously real in itself and also symbolic of something beyond itself. While Catholics may, in principle, accept this statement they tend to become somewhat t…

Catholicism & the Feasts of Valhalla

An event, action or object can be simultaneously real in itself and also symbolic of something beyond itself. While Catholics may, in principle, accept this statement they tend to become somewhat t…

#Catholic Scot: Mary & the Poets: 1 May #Magnificat- Gerard Hopkins on Mary's Month

#Catholic Scot: Mary & the Poets: 1 May #Magnificat- Gerard Hopkins on Mary's Month

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