Simon Peter. A poor fisherman. An impetuous follower. A bungling disciple. The Cornerstone of Catholicism.
Join Dr. Tim Gray - gifted Scripture teacher, internationally acclaimed author, and President of the Augustine Institute - on a Biblical voyage unlike any other. In this first installment of Lectio: Unveiling Scripture and Tradition, Dr. Gray takes us on an intensive journey into the life of one of history's most compelling characters.
Peter: Cornerstone of Catholicism offers a fascinating, in-depth study series on the life and meaning of St. Peter. Bringing together Biblical stories, historical knowledge, solid Church teaching, and personal insights, Dr. Gray gives a fresh perspective on the fisherman who Jesus entrusted with His Church. In these 10 stirring lectures, we'll learn what happens when flawed humanity comes up against God made flesh.
This 5-DVD set features 10 episodes with over seven hours of video presentation filmed at the studios of the Augustine Institute in Denver, Colorado.
The Lectio series was created by the expert teachers at the Augustine Institute - the fastest growing Graduate School of Theology in the country. Lectio: Peter features a unique style of study which engages your mind, faith, experience, and imagination, leading you to read, reflect, and respond. All in all, you will discover the powerful and personal truth of God's Word and practical inspiration for your life.
1. Put Out Into the Deep: The Making of an Apostle (46 minutes)
2. Capernaum: Village of Coming Consolation (47 minutes)
3. Faith Not Fear: Walking in Trust (33 minutes)
4. Peter the Rock: The Primacy of Jesus (49 minutes)
5. Peter and the Keys: The Primacy of the Church (47 minutes)
6. In the Shadow of the Galilean: Peter's Rising Leadership (48 minutes)
7. Discipleship at a Distance: Peter and the Passion of Christ (42 minutes)
8. Peter and Pentecost: The Transforming Power of the Holy Spirit (47 minutes)
9. Peter Bar Jonah: How Peter Came to Rome (51 minutes)
10. Quo Vadis: Peter's Way of the Cross (51 minutes)
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