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Podcast 330 – Miracles and Belief Dr Earl Kumfer – Documentaries Fr Kumar – Bible Book Game

What is a miracle?
How do we learn about human trafficking?

In this podcast:

0:58Dr. Earl Kumfer will talk with us about the free lecture being offered by the University of St. Francis on the topic of Miracles and Belief from the eyes of faithful and skeptics

14:45 Fr. Charles Vijay Kumar is a priest that went to film school and has some important Documentaries. We’ll discuss one on human trafficking in the US

28:52 – And today’s game will come up with creative ways to say the names of books of the Bible

CCC of the Week: Continue last week’s discussion of Sonship – 441 was generic – son of God was a term given to many (angels, humans) and signified an adoptive sonship. This changes with Jesus

442 Such is not the case for Simon Peter when he confesses Jesus as “the Christ, the Son of the living God”, for Jesus responds solemnly: “Flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but my Father who is in heaven.” Similarly Paul will write, regarding his conversion on the road to Damascus, “When he who had set me apart before I was born, and had called me through his grace, was pleased to reveal his Son to me, in order that I might preach him among the Gentiles…” “And in the synagogues immediately [Paul] proclaimed Jesus, saying, ‘He is the Son of God.'” From the beginning this acknowledgment of Christ’s divine sonship will be the center of the apostolic faith, first professed by Peter as the Church’s foundation.


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