Lesson #1 – Acts of the Apostles (Part 2)
Exploring the Bible with Mel Barror
by Mel Barror
3M ago
“Acts'' is unique in many ways because its place in the ‘new Christian Way’ was not really understood by many people until the language of the Mass was changed from Latin to the common language of the people – after Vatican Two (in 1965) when it was read at most Masses and explained. It takes the teachings of Jesus and explains them in a way that the general public can understand, thereby, lifting them to a greater level of acceptance ..read more
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Lesson #1 – The Book of Deuteronomy
Exploring the Bible with Mel Barror
by Mel Barror
3M ago
Our discussions on Deuteronomy will cover not only the words of this great Book, but the interesting history behind it. This history includes how it got from the northern kingdom to the south, its rejection there for a while, but then the interesting “rediscovery” that it brought to a new audience who took it to Babylon. It is a Book that is applicable to us today because, in many ways, our society is ignoring God by our fixation with the dependence upon our electronic devices, television, and other modern attractions. We need to hear the Word of God again to help us get back on track leading ..read more
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Lesson #7 – History of the Catholic Church
Exploring the Bible with Mel Barror
by Mel Barror
3M ago
Are you aware that the Catholic Church is the oldest and largest organization in the world and that it has more than one billion members? Did you know that its history, purpose, and meaning can be traced back to the Apostles and ultimately Jesus Christ? So many people look upon the Church as “the place we usually go on Sundays,” or an authority to be obeyed out of respect or fear, but do they ever think of it as the gateway to heaven ..read more
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Lesson #9 – Acts of the Apostles (Part 2)
Exploring the Bible with Mel Barror
by Mel Barror
3M ago
“Acts'' is unique in many ways because its place in the ‘new Christian Way’ was not really understood by many people until the language of the Mass was changed from Latin to the common language of the people – after Vatican Two (in 1965) when it was read at most Masses and explained. It takes the teachings of Jesus and explains them in a way that the general public can understand, thereby, lifting them to a greater level of acceptance ..read more
Visit website
Lesson #9 – The Book of Deuteronomy
Exploring the Bible with Mel Barror
by Mel Barror
3M ago
Our discussions on Deuteronomy will cover not only the words of this great Book, but the interesting history behind it. This history includes how it got from the northern kingdom to the south, its rejection there for a while, but then the interesting “rediscovery” that it brought to a new audience who took it to Babylon. It is a Book that is applicable to us today because, in many ways, our society is ignoring God by our fixation with the dependence upon our electronic devices, television, and other modern attractions. We need to hear the Word of God again to help us get back on track leading ..read more
Visit website
Lesson #7 – Acts of the Apostles (Part 2)
Exploring the Bible with Mel Barror
by Mel Barror
3M ago
“Acts'' is unique in many ways because its place in the ‘new Christian Way’ was not really understood by many people until the language of the Mass was changed from Latin to the common language of the people – after Vatican Two (in 1965) when it was read at most Masses and explained. It takes the teachings of Jesus and explains them in a way that the general public can understand, thereby, lifting them to a greater level of acceptance ..read more
Visit website
Lesson #4 – History of the Catholic Church
Exploring the Bible with Mel Barror
by Mel Barror
3M ago
Are you aware that the Catholic Church is the oldest and largest organization in the world and that it has more than one billion members? Did you know that its history, purpose, and meaning can be traced back to the Apostles and ultimately Jesus Christ? So many people look upon the Church as “the place we usually go on Sundays,” or an authority to be obeyed out of respect or fear, but do they ever think of it as the gateway to heaven ..read more
Visit website
Lesson #8 – The Book of Deuteronomy
Exploring the Bible with Mel Barror
by Mel Barror
3M ago
Our discussions on Deuteronomy will cover not only the words of this great Book, but the interesting history behind it. This history includes how it got from the northern kingdom to the south, its rejection there for a while, but then the interesting “rediscovery” that it brought to a new audience who took it to Babylon. It is a Book that is applicable to us today because, in many ways, our society is ignoring God by our fixation with the dependence upon our electronic devices, television, and other modern attractions. We need to hear the Word of God again to help us get back on track leading ..read more
Visit website
Lesson #7 – The Book of Deuteronomy
Exploring the Bible with Mel Barror
by Mel Barror
3M ago
Our discussions on Deuteronomy will cover not only the words of this great Book, but the interesting history behind it. This history includes how it got from the northern kingdom to the south, its rejection there for a while, but then the interesting “rediscovery” that it brought to a new audience who took it to Babylon. It is a Book that is applicable to us today because, in many ways, our society is ignoring God by our fixation with the dependence upon our electronic devices, television, and other modern attractions. We need to hear the Word of God again to help us get back on track leading ..read more
Visit website
Lesson #5 – Acts of the Apostles (Part 2)
Exploring the Bible with Mel Barror
by Mel Barror
3M ago
“Acts'' is unique in many ways because its place in the ‘new Christian Way’ was not really understood by many people until the language of the Mass was changed from Latin to the common language of the people – after Vatican Two (in 1965) when it was read at most Masses and explained. It takes the teachings of Jesus and explains them in a way that the general public can understand, thereby, lifting them to a greater level of acceptance ..read more
Visit website

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