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This is a first show which I hope to host daily. The time of the show at first may vary, depedning on when it is best to broadcast. So, please be patient.
I am a Student of the Church. This means I am niether a Priest (Assistant to the Pope) nor a Deacon (Servant of the Pope). I am just a Catholic, much like yourself, who would like to provide a Catholic voice on Blog Talk.
In this first show, I will introduce mysef. Then I will describe what Catholic Exegesis. Then I will read Today's reading. Finally, I will provie my own interpretation.
I hope my interpretation is both unique as well as within the Catholic Catechim. I desire only to provide a Catholic perspecive, but I am not perfect. If my interpretation goes against Catholic Chatechism please E-mail me or Post a Comment and I will reply in a future broad cast.
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I am a Catholic much like other Catholics who desire a Catholic vocie on Blog Talk. I am not a Servant of the Pope, a Deacon, nor an Assistant to the Pope, a Priest. Instead I am a regular Catholic, a Student of the Church.
Monday Through Friday I will present the readings for the day as designated by The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. I will follow my presentation with an Exegesis. Finally, I wil end with a story relating the Reading and the Exegesis to everday life.
I aspire for my Exegesis to be unique, but also to be within the Chatechism of the Church. If you are Catholic and believe my Exegesis is not consistent with the Church, either e-mail me or comment on my page and I will respond in a future episoed.
Welcome to the Unofficial Catholic Exegesis. The show is Monday through Friday and is meant to provide a Catholic Perspective on Blog Talk. I am a member of the leity and not the clergy. While I strive for my Exegesis to be unique, I also strive to remain within Catholic Doctrine.
Today concludes the discussion of the value of both Faith and Works for us Catholics. In today's reading, Jesus and Paul make clear there is a reason for both. However, there is a difference.
Listen tonight to find that difference.
Welcome to The Unofficial Catholic Exegesis. This show is regulary Monday throgh Friday betwenn 1PM and 3PM. Tonight, the show is at a later time than usual.
My purpose in creating this show is to provide a Catholic Perspective on Blog Talk. Yesterday's readings both confirmed as well challenged us Catholics by laying out Christ's Expectation for us in the Writngs of St Paul and the Gospel: We are expected to both exhibit faith and bring about good works in the world to lay the foundation for the Kingdom of Heaven.
Tonight's show is about Faith. The importance of Faith.
Tonight's show will also be special as I have writte a personal story to share related to today's reading.
Welcome to the Unofficial Catholic Exegesis. The is a daily show Monday through Friday sometime between 1:00PM - 3:00 PM. The purpose of the show is to provide a Catholic Voice on Blog Talk Radio.
Today's reading asks a very fundamental question: What is more important to our spirit and to our faith? The laws and rules which are created by man, or the intention behind those actions which are not governed by law. Of course it is against the law to steal, but there is no law to give. Of course it is against the law to trespass on to another person's property, but there is no law to allow those within our home.
Today, the scripture concerns those actions which are not written down and punishable but which are far more important than those laws written and punishable.
Welcome to the Unofficial Catholic Exegesis. This show is Monday through Friday sometime between 8PM and 10PM. I am a member of the laity whose only desire is to provide a Catholic Perspective on Blog Talk Radio. While I hope for my interpretation to be unique, I also hope for my interpretation to be within the Catholic Catechism.
In Today's reading the question is asked: What is required of us?
The Gospel of Luke in today's reading makes it very clear to us, Catholics, there is a degree of responsibility to which each of us is held. This responsibility varies by our understanding and our position in the church. From the Pope to the humble member, there is a varying degree of responsibility.
The Letter of Paul to the Romans, further reinforces what is particularly expected of the masses. That expectation comes in the respect towards our body. Each one, no matter how humble, must act with grace and must reject sin. Sin comes not from within, but either brought in or rejected from our bodies.
Welcome to the Unofficial Catholic Exegesis. This Show is Monday through Friday sometime between 8PM and 10PM Pacific Standard Time. The purpose of this show is to provide a Catholic perspective on Blog Talk. I am a member of the laity and I both hope to provide a unique interpretation to the Daily Readings as well as an interpretation within the Catholic Catechism
Today's Readings focus on a very famous and misunderstood line, “Do you think I have come to establish peace on Earth? No, I tell you, but rather division.” Today, I will explore the meaning of that line in Catholic Context as well as the reading of Paul. Today, Paul complements the Gospel reading by exactly describing along what lines does God divide and why.
So, listen to find the answers!
Welcome to the Unofficial Catholic Exegesis. This show will air Monday through Friday sometime between 1PM - 3PM Pacific Standard Time.
I am a Catholic like yourself. I am neither a Deacon nor a Priest. However, I aspire to present a unique interpretation of the day's reading that is also within the Catholic Chatechism.
Todya's reading is about the power of scripture. Unlike other readings, today's reading is very theological. Nonetheless, I hope to explain the theological undrpinnings and relate it to our life.
Welcome to the Unofficial Catholic Exegesis. This show is featured Monday through Friday sometime between the hours of 1PM-3PM. The purpose of the show is to offer a Catholic Perspective on Blog Talk Radio. The show is meant for both Catholics to enjoy as well as those of other denominations or those without any denomination to understand what is to be a Catholic.
Today is a difficult but important reading. It is difficult in that in the Letter of Paul we see Paul as a human and disciple instead of as a teacher—as he is in other letters. In the Gospel, we see Jesus send forth his disciples to spread the message of the Lord. In both cases, there is danger and death in their way.
So today's readings ask us a Catholics: What is at stake in being a disciple of the Lord? Knowing what is at stake, we must ask ourselves why is it worth it?
Out of a Far Country: A Gay Son's Journey to God, A Broken Mother's Search for Hope.
Christopher Yuan - Author, Speaker, Bible Teacher, Advocate!
A passionate minister with a heart for those working through issues of sexuality and those living with HIV/AIDS, Christopher Yuan who teaches at Moody Bible Institute, speaks locally and internationally to youth, on college campuses, in churc...hes and in prisons. His speaking ministry - where he testifies about how God has changed his life from that of a drug dealer and a homosexual to a sought out speaker and bible teacher - has reached four continents worldwide. Christopher has spoken at both Saddleback Church and Willow Creek Community Church in America and at many conferences including InterVarsity's Urbana and the Moody Pastors' Conference and Men's Conference. He is featured in the award-winning documentary, "HOPE Positive: Surviving the Sentence of AIDS" and has co-authored with his mother, Out of a Far Country: A Gay Son's Journey to God, A Broken Mother's Search for Hope (forthcoming May 3, 2011 by WaterBrook Multnomah a division of Random House). Christopher graduated from Moody Bible Institute in 2005 and Wheaton College Graduate School in 2007 with a Master of Arts in Biblical Exegesis and is currently pursuing a doctorate of ministry at Bethel Seminary.
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