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Wednesday, September 05, 2007

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Dan

Roy Schoeman's comments accord very much with my own reaction to Pope Benedict's book. The degree to which the Pope integrated Jesus into the context of the Hebrew Bible and Jewish history and tradition made a huge impression to me -- I never realized how fully Jewish Jesus was (is). It also brought home to me how really pernicious the Marcionite heresy is. Christianity loses so much when it is not integrated into the Hebrew Bible prophecies. Of course St. Augustine's City of God brings this home too, but the Pope's book does so in a way that is more accessible and, if I dare compare the Pope favorably to St. Augustine, in a richer, more full-bodied way.

phatcatholic

What's great is that Dr. Martin speaks and teaches the same way he writes. I've never seen anything like it. It's amazing.

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