+JMJ+ Welcome to part 2 of our Catholic Book of the Month series, featuring Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls, by Dr. John Bergsma. I’ve got some more videos by Dr. Bergsma to share tonight, and an announcement for those who may have missed it on Twitter: I’ll be posting the Live Rosary Threads on Fridays only beginning this week in my continuing effort to spare my eyes and wrists from the computer screens and typing, but still being able to write for the blog, the books I’m working on, and other projects. All of these videos are by Dr. John Bergsma. Some are quite brief, I think the longest is just under twenty minutes. So let’s get to it. Here goes!
Thank you for visiting and reading. I hope you’ll join me again. Until next time, whoever and wherever you are, please stay safe and well, virtuous and holy, and most of all, may this Easter season bring you all grace and graces so that you may become who you were meant to be: a SAINT! May the Lord bless and keep you and yours, and may His peace be always with you. +JMJ+
Notes and Links
- Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls, by Dr. John Bergsma: Paperback, Kindle (Amazon affiliate links, see Full Disclosure for more).
- Video series on DVD for purchase at the Franciscan University bookstore. Watch whole series on YouTube.
- The Dead Sea Scrolls: How Were They Discovered and Why Are They Important?
- The Dead Sea Scrolls: Paul and the Works of the Law
- The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Reformation
- The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Jewish Roots of the Church
- The Dead Sea Scrolls, the Last Supper and the Kingdom
- The Jewish Roots of Jesus and the Church: Light from the Dead Sea Scrolls
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