Join the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology this week, as we enter into some ESSENTIAL Scott Hahn listening.
If you want to know what Dr. Hahn is all about, this episode is a great place to start. Asking the question, âWhy are we here?â, Dr. Hahn lays out Godâs plan for the fullness of time, Godâs Fatherly Plan, he discusses the Road to Emmaus and keys in on major topics from his book, âA Father Who Keeps His Promises.â
Join Dr. Hahn on this next phase of his discussion on holiness!
Catholics are taught to prize holinessâto admire it in others and to strive for it in their own lives. But weâre never quite told what holiness is. InÂ Holy Is His Name: The Transforming Power of Godâs Holiness in Scripture, Scott Hahn seeks to define the term in order to help us better understand our relationship with holiness.
Tracing the meaning of holiness first through the Old Testament and then the New, Hahn masterfully reveals how God gradually transmits his holiness to his peopleâthrough creation, right worship, and moreâand ultimately transforms them through the sharing of his divine life.
Scott Hahn discusses his latest bookÂ Holy Is His Name: The Transforming Power of Godâs Holiness in ScriptureÂ alongside guest host Rob Corzine. His book focuses on the meaning of holiness and how God gradually transmits His holiness to His people.
Bibliophile Scott Hahn shares a few of the powerful titles being released by Emmaus Road Publishing and Emmaus Academic in the next three months, one of which he describes as the single greatest antidote to modernism. He also discusses some âgroundbreakingâ news at the St. Paul Center!
As Catholics, we must be trained to evangelize and catechize, and we must be âsacramentalizedâ, which means to partake in the sacraments.
Mystagogy, a Greek term meaning âto be guided into the mysteries,â leads believers to a deeper understanding of the Liturgy of the Mass and its Scriptural and historical roots. In recent years Catholic theologians have recovered its value and have applied it to the new evangelization. Join Scott Hahn in this episode as he goes deeper into Mystagogy.
Dr. Scott Hahn discusses the connection, respect, and brotherhood of these two powerhouse saints of the first century. Many picture them in disagreement and look to their opposition as a cause of the Protestant break-away, but as Dr. Hahn points out, this is the farthest thing from the truth! Otherwise, why would they SHARE a feast day??
Listen as Scott Hahn and guest Rob Corzine, discuss the role of typology in Scripture.
Listen as Scott Hahn explores Maryâs presence in the Upper Room at Pentecost. He touches on the unique relationship between Mary and the Holy Spirit.
Purgatory is an often misunderstood teaching by both Protestants and Catholics alike.Â Scott Hahn dives into the biblical roots of this Church teaching.
Dr. Scott Hahn sits down with the author of Awake, Not Woke: A Christian Response to the Cult of Progressive Ideology, Noelle Mering, to discuss the Woke Culture and how a Christian can begin to interpret our ever-changing culture and thrive in our world today.
The Church Fathers saw that the Bible was all about the liturgy and the liturgy was the home of the Bible. Scott Hahn and Mike Aquilina discuss on this episode.Â Â
The Eucharist is the very center of our faith. Scott Hahn explains how the Eucharist is both a sacrifice and a sacrament.Â Â
What is the Liturgy of the Word? Why is it important? How did it help Scott Hahn become Catholic? Hereâs a blueprint on the Liturgy of the Word to help you get the most out of Mass.Â
Â Popular culture may have us believe that queens hold next to no power outside the realm of fairy tales, but nothing could be further from the reality contained in Godâs Kingdom. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott HahnâŻ helps us consider Maryâs queenship and her role in our salvation.