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Catholic Bible Study Podcasts Updated

Posted by Dim Bulb on March 27, 2011

The Podcast: Bible Studies links located in the left sidebar of the blog (scroll down) has been significantly updated. If you know of a Catholic Bible study podcast not found here, please let me know. The current links are listed below.

The first podcast study on revelation is from Dr. Peter Williamson, co-editor of the new series of books CATHOLIC COMMENTARY ON SACRED SCRIPTURE. The second and third podcasts studies on revelation are both from St Martha’s Parish, Texas. I have not yet listened to the third one but I suspect that it is partially the same and partially different from number two. The Deep in Scripture podcast does not always engage in actual biblical study, but the topics dealt with are biblical. The Understanding the Scripture podcasts provide an outstanding introduction to biblical theology. The EWTN: Prophets podcast provides an excellent introduction to some major OT prophets and prophetic books. In fact, all the podcasts marked EWTN provide good information and insight. Finally, St Irenaeus Ministries offers a large number of podcasts online. Their current series is on the Gospel of John. Their archive provides complete podcasts on Hebrews, Malachi, Luke 1 & 2 Corinthians, Galatians, 2 Peter, Matthew, Romans, etc.

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