Even when I walk through a dark valley, I fear no harm for you are at my side; your rod and staff give me courage. 210 more words
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Once again we are in the Book of Isaiah, today we hear from the later portion of the book so there is some debate about who wrote it modern scholars indicate that it is the second Isaiah, in terms of tone and earlier scholar would place it as third Isaiah. 541 more words
"WHY IS THERE MORE JOY IN HEAVEN FOR ONE MAN WHO REPENTS THAN FOR 99 JUST PERSONS WHO NEED NO REPENTANCE? THIS MAKES NO SENSE TO ME."
ANSWER: “The parables of Jesus usually have a moral lesson for us when read simply and literally, and a spiritual lesson when read as dramatic illustrations of how Christ fulfilled the Old Testament and brought us salvation. 324 more words
Most of the Early Christian sculpture was intended to serve a funerary purpose. This Early Christian funerary art was born in the third century and developed parallel to the paintings of the catacombs, achieving its stylistic and technical maturity during the imperial period of the “Tetrarchs” and during the time of Constantine. 1,484 more words