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Website Review: Agape Bible Study

A review based on: http://www.agapebiblestudy.com/

Description

Agape Bible Study is an online Catholic Bible study. The author is a lecturer and adult catechist that has spent 30 years studying both Scripture and history. "As an historian, [she] brings a unique historical perspective to her Bible studies. She includes historical documents from such varied sources as 1st century Jewish and Roman historians, the historical writings of the Fathers of the Church . . . the Ecumenical Councils, encyclicals of the Catholic Church, and many references to the Catechism of the Catholic Church.”

Though the number of commentaries on Scripture is limited, each topic is treated comprehensively. This site provides a great secondary resource for Scripture studies.

Review Ratings what do these ratings mean?

First Evaluated: 05/17/2006; Last Updated: 08/22/2014

  1. Fidelity: Excellent
  2. Resources: Excellent
  3. Useability: Excellent

Strengths

Weaknesses

None Reported.

Categories

Catholicism > Faith > Scripture

More Information

Website Established: 01/19/00
Lt. Co. Gerald Hunt and Michal Elizabeth Hunt
Agagpe Bible Study
U.S.A.
[email protected]

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