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Bishop Barron on Violence in the Bible

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Bishop Barron on How to Read the Bible

Another part of a video series from Wordonfire.org. Bishop Barron will be commenting on subjects from modern day culture. For more visit
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Bishop Barron on Misreading Genesis

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Fr Robert Barron and Dr Scott Hahn on Biblical Interpretation & The Liturgy

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Bishop Barron on Biblical Religion

According to Biblical religion, we are called to be holy as God is holy. The Holiness of God consists of pure love. Pure love shines on the good and the bad alike. What a revolution this is! Think how different your life would be were you to love this way all the time, rather than measuring out your love through calculative self-interest. Dedicate your whole life to divine Love and you will be truly holy, set apart, a sanctuary.
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Bishop Robert Barron Passionately preaches against youtube Heresies

How does misunderstanding who God is, what God is and what God is not effect spurious arguments against God on line? How should a Christian read the Bible? What lessons can we get from violence in the Bible? Historically has the Catholic Church been friendly to and actually supported science from the beginning? How do we change the world?

Bishop Barron on Christianity and Ethics

Is religion really just about being a nice person? Is the goal of Christianity to simply become more kind, compassionate, and just? Bishop Barron answers this popular but misguided religious view. Find more videos at

Bishop Barron on The Devil

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Why is there violence in the Old Testament? by Fr. Gabriel Wissa

Why is there violence in the Old Testament?

In the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit; One God, Amen.

When we look at the New Testament, we see such a loving and caring God. All we have to imagine is the cross, all His miracles, and how God cared, loved, and healed the people. We also have to look at his commandments. He says, Be perfect, love, give, and forgive. However, when we look at the Old Testament, we see a very different God: a violent God that seems to like wars. In the Old Testament, he said, “An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth.” In other words, if someone hits us, we hit them back. Nevertheless, in the New Testament, He says to give the other cheek. Therefore, we tend to ask ourselves: is the God of the Old Testament the same as today’s?

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Bishop Barron on Violence in the Bible

Another part of a video series from Wordonfire.org. Bishop Barron will be commenting on subjects from modern day culture. For more visit

Deep Misunderstanding about the Bible by Fr. Robert Barron

Fr. Robert Barron explain how to read the Bible and how easy it is to misread it!
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Bishop Barron on Abraham, Isaac, and Christ

Another part of a video series from Wordonfire.org. Bishop Barron will be commenting on subjects from modern day culture. For more visit

21. Why is There So Much Violence in the Bible?

Nathan Betts answers this question in the 21st video of the Short Answers to Big Questions series.

Bishop Barron on Exodus: Gods and Kings

Ridley Scott’s new film “Exodus: Gods and Kings” features all the basic elements of the biblical story, but he nevertheless misses the main point. The biblical Exodus is not primarily about political liberation but spiritual liberation from false gods. Find more videos at

Bishop Barron on Reza Aslan's Zealot

Another part of a video series from Wordonfire.org. Bishop Barron will be commenting on subjects from modern day culture. For more visit

Why is there so much violence in the Bible?

Why all the violence? What are we to make of the violence in the Bible? How do we respond to the violent texts that seem so problematic? How are we to see the love of Jesus in such violence?

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Bishop Robert Barron on Bill Maher and Biblical Interpretation

Another part of a video series from Wordonfire.org. Bishop Barron will be commenting on subjects from modern day culture. For more visit

Exclusive Look! NEW Word on Fire Bible!

Bishop Robert Barron and Word on Fire have been working four years on a Bible that is truly the first of its kind. Here is a look at what makes is so great, a month before if even releases.

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Bishop Barron Introduces The Word on Fire Bible: Volume I - The Gospels

Friends, Volume I of The Word on Fire Bible will be available on June 15th. Join the waiting list at to make sure you are the first to know when it is released.

Bishop Barron on The Ten Commandments

Find more videos at Although most of our parents's generation knew the Ten Commandments by heart, few Christians today can recite them. Yet a deep exploration of these commandments reveals a path to a flourishing moral life.

Ask a Pastor: How is violence in the Bible difference from violence in the Quran?

Welcome to episode 6 of Ask a Pastor – a weekly podcast designed to help you believe God’s Word by discovering what scripture really says and how it applies to real life.The Bible and the Quran both contain some violent passages. So, is Christianity really different from Islam or other world religions in this regard? Find out in this episode of Ask a Pastor. If you have a question, send it to us by visiting

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