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Gregory Elder

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Recent:
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Past:
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  • The Morning Sun
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • L.A. Daily News

Recent articles by Gregory:

Professing Faith: Dante reborn in his journey through purgatory

‘The Purgatorio,’ one of the lesser known chapters of ‘The Divine Comedy,’ describes the remedy for sin → Read More

Professing Faith: Abandonment and loss led Dante Alighieri to his ‘Divine Comedy’

Inspired by his own pain, the poet’s great work examines the human heart, spirituality, and the experiences of sin and redemption → Read More

Professing Faith: These 3 characters in paganism are not the same

Father Gregory Elder explains the differences between Baal, Mithra and Molech. → Read More

Professing Faith: Before the ‘Good Samaritan’ became the image of kindness

Samaritans were not very popular when Jesus told the tale of a Samaritan who came to the aid of an injured traveler, writes Father Gregory Elder. → Read More

Professing Faith: Some lessons are best taught by mothers and fathers

Parents play a role in guiding their children from going astray, writes Father Gregory Elder. → Read More

Professing Faith: Christian concern about alcohol begins with the Industrial Revolution

Wine is nowhere forbidden in the Bible, but the mass production of alcohol and its effects on families drew criticism from 18th and 19th century preachers. → Read More

Professing Faith: Religious traditions in Afghanistan are diverse

From a religious perspective, the greatest impact on Afghanistan was the invasion by Islamic Arabs. → Read More

Professing Faith: Rome burned, but Christianity survived

Last month marked the anniversary of the burning of the city of Rome in 64 AD. It began on the night of July 19 and ended about nine days later. Shortly after that, the first Roman persecution of the Christian church began because of the fire, at the time when the New Testament was being written. The fire began in a shopping district near the great chariot racetrack, the Circus Maximus. It… → Read More

Professing Faith: What it means to ‘turn the other cheek’ – San Bernardino Sun

A reader asks what appears to be a simple question of Bible interpretation, but it raises one of the most difficult of doctrinal debates. → Read More

Professing Faith: Christian concern about alcohol begins with the Industrial Revolution

Wine is nowhere forbidden in the Bible, but the mass production of alcohol and its effects on families drew criticism from 18th and 19th century preachers. → Read More

Professing Faith: The world of Jesus of Nazareth was much different than ours

Daily life was simple, with most people farming for a living → Read More

Professing Faith: Rome burned but Christianity survived

This week marks the anniversary of the burning of Rome in 64 AD. → Read More

Professing Faith: Bible is filled with tales of spice

The early history of spices were connected with medicine, religion and wealth, writes Father Gregory Elder. → Read More

Professing Faith: Bible is filled with tales of spice

The early history of spices were connected with medicine, religion and wealth, writes Father Gregory Elder. → Read More

Professing Faith: Bible is filled with tales of spice

The early history of spices were connected with medicine, religion and wealth, writes Father Gregory Elder. → Read More

Professing Faith: Bible is filled with tales of spice

The early history of spices were connected with medicine, religion and wealth, writes Father Gregory Elder. → Read More

Professing Faith: Religious and social unrest followed the bubonic plague

The pandemic killed 25 million in Europe in the mid-1300s with lasting side effects, writes Father Gregory Elder. → Read More

Professing Faith: Poet’s name obscured by history but her work lived on – San Bernardino Sun

Enheduanna, the world’s first poet, elevated the goddess Inanna. → Read More

Professing Faith: The anniversary of the fall of Constantinople often passes unnoticed

Constantinople was conquered, and the Byzantine Roman Empire ended, on May 29, 1453. → Read More

Professing Faith: The life of the ‘woman at the well’ raises questions – San Bernardino Sun

The biblical passage about an unmarried woman encountering Jesus at a well has led to questions about her virtue. → Read More