Is the Bible Reliable: The Standards of Historical Study

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Okay, just a word of warning, what follows here is pretty nerdy. But the reliability of the Bible and the life of Jesus is such a pivotal point that Catholics must be able to talk about it, at least a little bit. Luckily for us the answer is fairly decisive. As a historical collection of documents, the […]

Learning Love in Advent: A Gift Exchange With Jesus

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“A voice cries: ‘In the wilderness prepare the way of the Lord, make straight in the desert a highway for our God’” (Isaiah 40:3).   As we near the final days of Advent, we make our final preparations for the manifestation of God in our world, in our communities, and in our hearts. It is a time to look into various […]

Culture of Indifference vs. A Culture of Adventure: The Love InSight Manifesto

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In my 100-level psychology class in college the professor and an older student were discussing the experience of satisfaction in adults. What age group experienced the most satisfaction: 18-34, 35-49, 50-69, 70+? The next class the professor brought in a study which showed that satisfaction is pretty similar among each age group. The claim that […]

Suffering and Keeping Love in Sight: Follow Jesus or Do What’s Comfy?

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Thank you for visiting Love InSight. It is the mission of this ministry to be a blessing and inspiration to everyone who visits this site and uses our resources. In the coming weeks, many things will be added that can be used for encouragement, evangelization, and formation. I hope you will come back to visit […]