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Old Jan 21, '10, 12:59 pm
houston1 houston1 is offline
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Default Agape Bible Study

Has anyone studied the Bible using the online resource of Agape Bible Study? It this okay to use as a Catholic person? Here is the link to the website. At first glance, it seems okay to me.

http://www.agapebiblestudy.com/

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Old Jan 21, '10, 8:30 pm
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NOTWORTHY has used it and speaks highly of it.I speak very highly of NOTWORTHY.I've looked at it and is very sound and intelligent.I would contact NOTWORTHY and get more info.
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Old Jan 22, '10, 2:26 am
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Do you have a solid foundation of Catholic truth that will keep you from error?
Is there authorized Catholic bible studies available?
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Old Jan 22, '10, 6:21 am
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Do you have a solid foundation of Catholic truth that will keep you from error?
Is there authorized Catholic bible studies available?
What does this have to do with me?It's the Bible study we are discussing.I'd like to see your credentials before questioning mine. I have 4 yrs of diocesan Bible school and six years of teaching scripture-good enough?
Authorized by who? Many dioceses recommend different studies-I don't know if there is an official stamp of approval. Agape study is good.Their is the Scott Hahn website that has an online bible study-free of cost there are others online .those in print,Navarre,St.Ignatius are the ones I'd recommendSt. ignatius is very affordable ,in depth, lots of maps.Right now there are a lot of Catholic Bible studies out there.Look at them online to discern if they fit your need.
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Old Jan 22, '10, 1:08 pm
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Thanks for the referral. I'll contact NOTWORTHY and see.
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Old Jan 23, '10, 1:40 am
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Hi Houston,
All I can say is wow, I did not intend to question your credentials. They were not on the OP. The question "It this okay to use as a Catholic person?" prompted me to assert that you didn't have a basis to judge "Agape Bible Study?..it seems okay". So I asked the natural question; only out of fear for your faith. Given your credentials, I'd be interested in hearing your evaluation of the study.

"Authorized by who?" The suggestion of finding an authorized version was a mere second
thought. A hint of a direction that you might take.

I am a lazy typer(is that a word) though and didn't express my concern as I should have.
Please excuse me for my inconsiderate thoughtless bable!
MFJ
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Old Jan 23, '10, 6:06 am
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Thanks for your post. My purpose in asking whether it was okay for a Catholic person to read was I was trying to determine whether it was supported by the Roman Catholic Church. Sometimes things call themselves "Catholic" without being in consistent with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. I just wanted to make sure that the Bible Study with in line with Roman Catholic teaching.
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Old Nov 22, '12, 3:58 pm
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So, is it a "safe" study? I didn't understand from the way the thread evolved.
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