For several months, I’ve been a bit disappointed in my parish in particular because there seems to be no adult religious education other than a few short months of RCIA. Due to family circumstances and my own miopic focus on my career in my young adulthood, I was baptized two weeks prior to my 50th birthday. Therefore, I have a lot to learn about Christianity. Unlike many Catholics, I’m not satisfied to sit down and read the CCC without knowing about it’s foundation, the Bible. I want to know about all the symbolism, parallels, etc., etc., but it’s very difficult to find at the local Catholic parish in my area.
How much different would Luthern Bible study be from Catholic teaching when so many believe the two religions are fairly similar?
After only two years, I’m really getting frustrated with the Catholic church’s lack of education of it flock, but would never consider converting to any other religion. :banghead: