Salvation History -- Theology Website of Scott Hahn : LUSENET : Catholic : One Thread

Hey brothers and sisters,

Scott has a TERRIFIC website here.

He has not only the daily scripture readings but short little Bible studies on the daily scripture readings. There are also weekly bible studies, advanced bible studies, you name it, all here at this website. Whether you are a novice, or a "theologian" you'll LOVE IT. Scott's speciality is tying the OT into the New and vice verse. He is BRILLIANT!

Also, I failed to mention that I got to see Scott and his wife in Columbia, MO last month. WOW! If you get a chance to see him, please do.

I have to tell you that I debated whether to take my Bible with me. I know a lot of Catholics don't tote their Bibles and I didn't want to stick out, but I decided 'what the heck' I know Scott's teaching is going to be Bible based so I took it. Naturally, there were very few others carrying their's. I felt a little "out-of-place." Anyway, during the second half of the seminar he says "Now, would everyone turn with me to Luke, Chapter 2, verse 21 . . . Oh, for you 'Catholics' that didn't bring your Bibles, just look over the shoulder of the Protestant convert next to you and read along in their's" LOL! LOL! The crowd (about 600) burst into spontaneous laughter. (I guess I wasn't the only one after all). I look up, and ALL MY FRIENDS ARE STARING AT ME WITH BIG GRINS ON THEIR FACES!!


P.S. His wife is AWESOME TOO! What gifts they are to the body of Christ. He has some spectacular Bible study teachings available. He has one on the Book of Revelations which I'm itchin' to get. His wife has written some marvelous books. I would love to get ALL OF THEM.

-- Gail (, March 04, 2004


Thanks for the link Gail. I just checked it out and it looks like a site I'll be visiting a lot!

-- Andy (, March 04, 2004.

By the way Gail, you should never feel "out-of-place" bringing your Bible with you. It's the cradle Catholics like myself who should feel "naked" without their Bible (no relation to the Nudity and Sola Scriptura thread that Hugh started). ;)

-- Andy (, March 04, 2004.

close italics.

-- A (, March 04, 2004.

try again.

-- A (, March 04, 2004.

I'm a senior fellow of the St. Paul's Center for Biblical Theology and am delighted that you enjoy our site. I'd encourage you to visit my site as well which has resources that complement Visit and let me know if you find it helpful. Marcellino D'Ambrosio, Ph.D.

-- Marcellino D'Ambrosio, Ph.D. (, January 02, 2005.

Keep up the good work Dr. D'Ambrosio. I personally gained a lot from the Center's work at, especially the self-paced Bible Studies.

Recommend folks check out the extensive list of short articles in the Crossroads Initiative Library.

-- Andy S (""), January 03, 2005.

Thanks Andy, and thanks Dr. D'Ambrosio. What a treat to have you pop in here at our forum!!

Your website looks terrific. I am a Church Father fanatic, as it largely the Church Fathers who lead me to the Church, so your site is "right up my alley." I have seen you on EWTN and always enjoy your series.

Andy, I didn't know you had done any of Scott's Bible studies. We are doing one on Matthew at my parish.


-- Gail (, January 03, 2005.

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