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Made in the tradition of Robert Sungenis' other biblical commentaries, you now have Volume 1 of the four-volume commentary series on the Douay-Rheims New Testament. In its 760 pages you have one of the most thoroughly exegeted commentaries ever brought to the Catholic market.

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With deep analysis of the original Greek, and important references to the Vulgate Latin, Robert has brought out things in the Gospels that you will not find in any New Testament commentary, Catholic or Protestant. Each verse is interpreted from the grammatical-historical methodology (that is, the original Greek grammar, and the fact that everything we read in the gospels is actual history written by the four Evangelists, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John). In addition to the thorough analysis of the text, Robert has included over 250 paintings and images to enhance your emotional and intellectual encounter with Jesus and his apostles--paintings from the masters like Michelangelo, DaVinci, Rembrandt, and Rubens, to artists you've never heard of before but paint almost as good as the masters. The commentary also includes hundreds of cross-references to other biblical passages; title separations between the stories for easier reading; introductions to each gospel book; critical Greek texts that show the veracity or doubt in the original Greek manuscripts; references and translations to Hebrew texts that are quoted in the New Testament; quotes and ideas from the Church Fathers and medieval theologians; references to Catholic catechisms; papal statements and conciliar decrees; apologetics arguments against anti-Catholic denominations. There is simply nothing like it on the market--a keepsake for decades to come that you can pass on to your children.



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"Let me begin by offering you my highest of praise and thanksgiving for your successful analysis and explanation of the Church’s ‘bi-millenial’ teaching of Supersessionism. If there’s one thought that I can share right off the top is that you have dissected the USCCB, the PBC, Cardinal Koch et al, and others, as a surgeon performing a detailed operation. I’m so impressed. Your precision is indeed unmatched, and, it would appear to me at this juncture, that there is literally no one within the current hierarchy, or perhaps no one even stupid enough, who could tempt themselves into any framework of opposition to your thesis. I realize for you that this topic marks a multi-year battle with various high-level members of the Church. I thank you tremendously for making time, in spite of all your many other projects, to lay out this topic clearly and offer the faithful a source that can attest to holding true to the Church’s centuries of orthodoxy. I have read many of your previous theological contributions to Catholicism, and I must say that my impression of this book on Supersessionism is, in my mind, probably one of your most powerful thus far. I’m only a simple Catholic layman, but my desire for truth, perhaps similar to yourself, runs very deep and causes me much frustration when I observe error after error and heresy after heresy being pushed heavily onto the faithful within these modern times. I cannot at this time offer much in the way of financial contribution to your ministry, but just know that my prayers of thankfulness to God Almighty for your gifts and talents are offered on a continual basis. Pax et Gratia." - Darin R. Hopegood





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