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Bishop Barron on “The Case for Christ”

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 20, 2017 .

The new film “The Case for Christ” is interesting for any number of reasons, but I think it is particularly compelling for its subtle portrayal of the psychological, spiritual, and intellectual dynamics of evangelization.

“The Case for Christ” and a Stubbornly Historical Religion

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 11, 2017 .

The new film “The Case for Christ” is interesting for any number of reasons, but I think it is particularly compelling for its subtle portrayal of the psychological, spiritual, and intellectual dynamics of evangelization.

Bishop Barron on Who Jesus Truly Is

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 30, 2017 .

Thomas Joseph White's book “The Incarnate Lord” discusses the importance of Jesus' identity. The classical tradition of Christology understood Jesus ontologically, that is to say, in terms of his fundamental being or existential identity; whereas modern and contemporary Christology tends to understand Jesus psychologically or relationally. The transition from an ontological Christology to a consciousness Christology has conduced toward all manner of relativism, subjectivism, indifferentism, and the attenuation of evangelical zeal.

Bishop Barron on Love and Tolerance

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 16, 2017 .

Love is tolerant, inasmuch as it respects the goodness of even those who hold errant points of view; and love encourages diversity, to the degree that it eschews the imperialistic imposition of one’s own ego upon another. However, sometimes love is exclusive, intolerant, and unaccepting of diversity—precisely because it wills the good of the other.

Love is Both Tolerant and Intolerant

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 7, 2017 .

Love is tolerant, inasmuch as it respects the goodness of even those who hold errant points of view; and love encourages diversity, to the degree that it eschews the imperialistic imposition of one’s own ego upon another. However, sometimes love is exclusive, intolerant, and unaccepting of diversity—precisely because it wills the good of the other.

Evangelizing Through the Good

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 21, 2017 .

Moral rectitude, the concrete living out of the Christian way, especially when it is done in an heroic manner, can move even the most hardened unbeliever to faith, and the truth of this principle has been proven again and again over the centuries.

The Responsibility of Christians During Troubled Times

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 5, 2017 .

At the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus compares his disciples to salt, light, and a city set on a hill. All these things exist not for themselves, but for something else. In the same way, Christians are meant to make the world a better place. Christians are meant to be salt, light, and a city on a hill.

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