"All Things to All Cultures" sets Paul in his first-century context and illuminates his interactions with Jews, Greeks, and Romans as he spread the gospel in the Mediterranean world. In addition to exploring Paul's context and analyzing his letters,
In arguments both lucid and thorough, Benedictine Abbot Basil Christopher Butler shows why the Bible can never be the sole criterion of faith nor serve as a sufficient foundation for the full Christian life to which Jesus calls us.
This study sets out the case for the divinity of Christ, by examining in particular the historical authenticity of the gospel of St. John. He was not bad or mad. He substantiated his chain that he was god.