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Faith Database puts an immense wealth of writings from throughout Church history at your fingertips. With over 1500 resource booksincluding authors like Newman, Chesterton, St. John of the Cross, and Pope John Paul IIand 10 translations of the Bible (with cross-references to Church Fathers and Doctors!), you simply can’t find a more comprehensive, integrated resource.
Whether you’re deep in apologetics or Scripture study, preparing for ministry or studying for class, or just want to leisurely explore the Faith for edification and inspiration, there’s plenty to help you on your way in the Faith Database.
3 Ways to Use the Faith Database1. Search the disk on your computer2. Print unlimited copies3. Download to your PDA
2000 Years of Christian History 10 Bible Translations 88 Council Documents from all 21 Ecumenical Councils 400 Early Church writings 165 writings from the Doctors of the Church 74 books from John Henry Newman 112 books from G. K. Chesterton 1300 Papal writings/encyclicals The Old Catholic Encyclopedia (1200 entries and 5000 images) Many classics including Gibbons’ Faith of our Fathers, Thomas a Kempis’ Imitation of Christ and John Paul II’s Theology of the Body 1000 Bible Art Images Over 100 Bible Maps Illustrated Church history Search the Catechism and Code of Canon Law
Just a Few of the Over 1500 Featured Writings Apologia (Newman) Orthodoxy (Chesterton) Thomas a KempisDoctors of the Church St. John of the Cross St. Theresa of Avila St. Thomas Aquinas (The Summa)Early Church Fathers St. Augustine’s Confessions Irenaeus’ Against Heresies St. John Chrysostom’s CommentariesPapal Writings / Encyclicals Humanae Vitae Theology of the Body Veritatis Splendor
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