Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Fr. Barron asks Who is Jesus and What Makes Him Unique?

Matt at FallibleBlogma has been given an exclusive look at Fr. Robert Barron's new series, which I am really looking forward to. Here is the first clip he has been given. It looks AMAZING!!!
From Matt's description of the clip:
I’m honored to be working with Word On Fire to bring you some exclusive previews of this revolutionary series over the next year. The ten part production will be released Fall 2011. Between now and then, every month you’ll be able to find a new and exclusive preview from the series right here on FallibeBlogma.com. So be sure to subscribe over on the right follow along!

This first clip is called “Amazed and Afraid: The Revelation of God Become Man” and it’s from episode one:

Gig 'em Matt!

1 comment:

Nick said...

"Who do you say I am?" Truly our faith is Apostolic, for it is to the Apostles - and it is Peter, representing them, who answers Him - that Jesus asked this question.

"Who do you say I am?" To socialists Jesus is a socialist, to Muslims Jesus is a Muslim, and to many other ideological and worldly people He is made in their image and likeness; but to Catholics, He is the I AM.

"Who do you say I am?" If Jesus is not the I AM, He is indeed a dangerous man, for he makes us worship him instead of God, and since God is the Cause of morals, so God ought to be our center, even if Jesus' morals are good.

"Who do you say I am?" Jesus knows He is the I AM, and now He wants to give the Church the gift of faith, so that she might give faith to her children, and faith might give them eternal life.