Articles tagged: Scripture

She Shall Crush Thy Head: 6 Examples of Women "Crushing" the Heads of Men in Scripture

Theology

SPL Staff • April 19th, 2016

Listers, in Genesis our first parents suffered a curse due to their fall into sin. One condition of the Fall was that God would place enmity between the woman and the serpent - but the phrase explaining the enmity and what will happen due to that enmity has been a matter of much debate. To wit,... Read More →

7 Illustrations of How People in the Old Testament Viewed the Universe

history Theology

SPL Staff • January 4th, 2016

Listers, the concept of ancient Hebrew cosmology is fascinating. In general, the world was a flat disc covered by a firm dome. Beneath the disc was Sheol - the place of the dead - and the deep waters. Above the dome, there was more water and finally the high heavens where God dwells. "The notion... Read More →

Bible Study: 7 Essential Principles for Catholic Biblical Interpretation

Theology

SPL Staff • October 1st, 2015

Click to view on Amazon. Listers, "what does a Catholic approach to Scripture study look like?" This is the question Dr. Steven C. Smith takes up in his work 7 Essential Principles for Catholic Scripture Study: The Word of the Lord. The book strikes an excellent balance between academic insights... Read More →

Night Holds No Terror: 7 of the Best Psalms to Pray Before Bed

Life & Leisure Theology

SPL Staff • May 28th, 2015

Compline via anglicanbreviary.net Listers, the Liturgy of the Hours is a gift from Sacred Tradition that allows the Faithful to truly pray without ceasing. Though quite complex, this rich tradition is basically the Psalms adorned with hymns and other prayers. The Holy Mass and the Liturgy of the... Read More →

Lamentabili: The 65 Errors of the Modernists Condemned by the Church

Theology

SPL Staff • November 3rd, 2014

Listers, "there is no road which leads so directly and so quickly to Modernism as pride." Pope St. Pius X fought with all of his heart and soul to defend the Church against the heresy of modernism. One of the gifts he gave Holy Mother Church was the Syllabus of Errors entitled Lamentabili Sane... Read More →

The 12 Step Biblical Guide to the Pope and Infallibility

Theology

SPL Staff • March 22nd, 2014

Listers, the Office of the Papacy and Infallibility are biblical gifts to the Church. According to the Gospels, St. Peter - the first to be given the Office of the Papacy - was commissioned by Christ to be the vicar of the kingdom of God, to strengthen the faithful, and to be the chief shepherd... Read More →

In Dust and Ashes: 21 Images from the Book of Job

Art & Architecture

SPL Staff • March 5th, 2014

Listers, the following is the entire gallery of William Blake's Illustrations of the Book of Job. The gallery displayed is known as the Linell Set (AD 1821) and contains 21 watercolor pieces. There is also an earlier watercolor gallery known as the Butts set (1806). Later, Blake went on to... Read More →

Serving the Underserved: 22 Holy Scriptures on the Poor and Poverty

Theology

SPL Staff • September 30th, 2013

Listers, Archbishop Chaput once said, "If we don't love the poor, and do all we can to improve their lot, we're going to go to Hell." The following verses are only a sampling of the Holy Scriptures that speak on the Lord's predilection toward the poor and the Catholic's mandate to serve the... Read More →

Islam as a Christian Heresy: 8 Quotes from St. John Damascene A.D. 749

Theology

SPL Staff • September 23rd, 2013

Listers in one of the earliest polemics against Islam, the "superstition of the Ishmaelites" was viewed as a heresy of Christianity. In his  work The Fount of Knowledge, St. John Damascene (c. 675 or 676 – 4 December 749) gifts the Church with one of the earliest summa theologicas. He is... Read More →

We are an Easter People: 15 Questions on the Resurrection and Ascension

Theology

SPL Staff • April 25th, 2013

Listers, the following lesson is taken from the Baltimore Catechism. The Baltimore Catechism was the standard catechism for teaching the faith and catechizing children from 1885 to Vatican II. Its basic question-and-answer approach is the most natural learning style for the human mind and it... Read More →

8 Considerations on Whether Christ had Acquired, Infused, or Beatific Knowledge

Theology

SPL Staff • March 24th, 2013

A Word of Caution In his epistle to I Corinthians, St. Paul writes, "I fed you with milk, not solid food; for you were not ready for it; and even yet you are not ready, for you are still of the flesh." The following Thomistic contemplation on the knowledge of Christ is meat. SPL has written... Read More →

The Golden Calf & Our Catholic Mass: 3 Reasons Man Cannot Invent the Liturgy

SPL Staff • March 20th, 2013

Listers, "man himself cannot simply 'make' worship." This is the opening line of arguably the two most powerful paragraphs in Cardinal Ratzinger's The Spirit of the Liturgy. SPL has previously promoted this seminal work in The 2 Books by Cardinal Ratzinger that Will Change Your Life. While that... Read More →

In Defense of the Papacy: 9 Reasons True Christians Follow the Pope

Theology

SPL Staff • February 21st, 2013

Listers, glory and honor to God for giving us the grace of the papacy. The Pope is the "Advocate of Christian Memory" and he holds the King's people to the King's laws until our Savior returns. Each year on February 22nd the Church celebrates the Cathedra Petri - the Chair of St. Peter. This... Read More →

Catholic Countdown: The Top 20 Lists of 2012

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SPL Staff • January 28th, 2013

Listers, in little over a year St. Peter's List has become a rapidly growing community of faithful Catholics. Our I Stand with the Catholic Church graphics have been used in religious liberty rallies around the nation and listers have sent fantastic photos of themselves and their loved ones... Read More →

Could the Soul "Evolve" from Inferior Animals? - 16 Questions on Adam and Eve

Theology

SPL Staff • December 21st, 2012

Listers, the following lesson is taken from the Baltimore Catechism. The Baltimore Catechism was the standard catechism of teaching the faith and catechizing children from 1885 to Vatican II. Its basic question-and-answer approach is the most natural learning style for the human mind and... Read More →

10 Basic Questions on Creation

Theology

SPL Staff • November 12th, 2012

Listers, the following lesson is taken from the Baltimore Catechism. The Baltimore Catechism was the standard catechism of teaching the faith and catechizing children from 1885 to Vatican II. Its basic question-and-answer approach is the most natural learning style for the human mind and... Read More →

Lust and Our Common Good: 4 Observations by St. Thomas Aquinas

Theology

SPL Staff • October 3rd, 2012

Listers, a portion of St. Thomas Aquinas' brilliance is attributed to his ability to state that which we all already know but struggle to articulate. The question Is lust a sin? seems absurd, but by asking these questions and answering them in thomistic fullness the Angelic Doctor is able to lead... Read More →

4 of the Most Controversial Lists on St. Peter's List

history Theology

SPL Staff • July 11th, 2012

Listers, brass is mistaken for gold more easily than clay.1 It is easy to say the heathens and Hitlers of the world need Christ and His Church, but what of the Protestants? Are they saved because they worship Christ or is their Christ more a personalized term than a person? Are we prepared to... Read More →

4 Biblical Reasons Mary Is The New Ark of the Covenant

Theology

SPL Staff • June 20th, 2012

**Listers, as with all Marian doctrine, a better understanding of Mary only serves to illuminate Christ Our Lord, because every grace she received and every role she held within salvation history  is rooted in Christ. **Her role as the New Ark of the Covenant serves to reveal the true nature of... Read More →

Those Who Start Their Own Church Follow the Voice of Satan: 11 Teachings from St. Cyprian AD 250

history Theology

SPL Staff • June 6th, 2012

Listers, our Lord Jesus Christ is not returning to our world for a harem of "churches." There is One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church and it was founded by Christ and charged by him to St. Peter and the Apostles. However, there are now and always have been those groups that attempt to rend... Read More →
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