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A show devoted to exploring the Catholic heritage from antiquity to the present. In this show we examine the history of Catholic Christian doctrines, practices and morals. We look at Church teachings and Catholic culture as it has developed across the ages.

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Catholic Heritage Show w/ Dr. Erik Estrad‪a‬ Dr. Erik Estrada

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A show devoted to exploring the Catholic heritage from antiquity to the present. In this show we examine the history of Catholic Christian doctrines, practices and morals. We look at Church teachings and Catholic culture as it has developed across the ages.

Listeners are invited to send in questions directly to feedback@catholicheritageshow.com. they can also navigate to our website catholicheritageshow.com, where they can find show notes and the opportunity to provide feedback. or ask questions

Thank you for taking the time to listen to our show.

    Were the Books of Scripture Necessary for Every Age of Salvation History?

    Were the Books of Scripture Necessary for Every Age of Salvation History?

    • 31 min
    Were the Books of the Bible Consistently Received down through History?

    Were the Books of the Bible Consistently Received down through History?

    In this episode we are continuing our discussion on Providence and the Protestant canon of Scripture. This week, we focus our attention on the criterion of the consistent reception of the books of Scripture as it applies to the Deuterocanonical books of the Old and New Testaments Testament.

    • 31 min
    The Claims to Inspiration and the Deuterocanonical Books

    The Claims to Inspiration and the Deuterocanonical Books

    In this episode we are continuing our discussion on Providence and the Protestant canon of Scripture. This week, we focus our attention on the criterion of the inspiration of Scripture as it applies to the Deuterocanonical books of the Old Testament.

    • 44 min
    Providence and Protestant Canon pt 2 - How Were the Deuterocanonical Books Received?

    Providence and Protestant Canon pt 2 - How Were the Deuterocanonical Books Received?

    This week we talk about the history of the reception of the Deuterocanonical books in the Old and New Testaments.

    • 32 min
    Providence and the Protestant Canon of Scripture pt 1

    Providence and the Protestant Canon of Scripture pt 1

    What is the relationship between Providence and the Canon? In today’s episode, I talk about recent arguments in favor of the idea that God positively willed Christians to accept the 66-book Protestant canon of Scripture. This question came up in a recent video I was watching where two Protestant scholars were discussing various views about the canon within the Christian world.

    These claims about divine Providence and the Protestant canon of Scripture harkened back to a statement...

    • 37 min
    What Does the Term Deuterocanonical Mean?

    What Does the Term Deuterocanonical Mean?

    There is some confusion today in certain Protestant circles as to what exactly the term “deuterocanonical” (i.e., pertaining to the second canon) means to Catholics. This question came up in a recently video I was watching where two Protestant scholars were discussing various views about the canon within the Christian world.

    One of the Protestant scholars stated that Catholicism relegates the deuterocanonical books (i.e., 7 books accepted by Catholics among the canonical books not.....

    • 35 min

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Learn how the Church’s traditions formed!

There is nothing else like this podcast around. Week by week, Dr Estrada shows how from the first century on the traditions of the Church formed. He emphasizes not just scriptural roots but also the relationships and feuds among the saints and scholars that made the Church what it is today.

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