Spiritual Abuse A new old way to dominate within the Christian tradition

It isn’t so easy to spot physical and emotional abuse, though we’d like to believe we are astute enough to see the signs and symptoms. There might be bruises or some form of acting out. Perhaps a broken bone or emotional upheaval. After some investigation, we can deduce that something has happened to an individual […]

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¿Evangelizar o Adoctrinar? Dos palabras con significados opuestos a la verdad

Más de veinte siglos de historia en el cristianismo aun es frecuente que entre nuestros medios eclesiales sigamos confundiendo estos dos términos para referirnos a la hora de la difusión de la experiencia de Dios en la existencia de los seres humanos. Partamos del presupuesto que el evangelio es un “reflectir”, y a propósito ¿Qué […]

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The Golden Era of Biblical Exposition

For several centuries, Western readers of the English text utilized the Douay-Rheims version of the Bible originally completed in 1609 at Douay, France which was a direct translation of Jerome’s Latin Vulgate. Across the channel in Great Britain between 1585 and 1611, the original King James Version was issued. This followed Stephan’s Received Text for […]

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