When I first started learning Catholic apologetics, between 15 and 20 years ago, I ran across an article on the web that spoke of the Test of Faith. 51 more words
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Yahweh has made it clear that Israel is his special people, and that he has every intention of keeping his promise to Abraham. These descendants have nothing to fear and only reason to hope after they’ve been miraculously led out of Egypt and into the wilderness, but that’s not the case, is it? 2,317 more words
By the Rev. Darren Miner
Today we heard three readings from the Bible that share a common context, and that context is public dispute.
The story from Exodus deals with a dispute between Moses and the people he’s leading through the wilderness. 1,416 more words
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Let us then rise at length, since the Scripture arouseth us, saying: “It is now the hour for us to rise from sleep” (Rom. 13:11); and having opened our eyes to the deifying light, let us hear with awestruck ears what the divine voice, crying out daily, doth admonish us, saying: “Today, if you shall hear his voice, harden not your hearts” (Ps.