On October 17, we turn our attention to the New Testament.  Like the Old, the New Testament is a library — in this case comprised of the Four Gospels (which tell us what Jesus said and did for our salvation), together with the Acts of the Apostles (history of the early Church), the thirteen Letters of Saint Paul (with his ardent personal witness to the power and grace of Jesus), The Letter to the Hebrews (explicitly connecting the Old and New Testaments), the seven Catholic Epistles, and the Book of Revelation.  Taken together, the books of the New Testament show the working of God Incarnate among His people and they explode the resurrection of Jesus at the center of human history — where its power ripples to the very edges of time (past and present) and is merged in the mystery of eternity.

All classes meet Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. in the Fireside Room
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