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About the Book: Do you want to know what the Bible is? How to read it? What Catholics believe about it? In a simple, accessible style, Steve Mueller addresses many of the problems and concerns that catechists, parents and adult learners commonly face as they begin their journey of faith through Scripture. This guide is perfect for those who are new to Bible study as well as for those who want to increase their knowledge of the Bible.
About the Author: Steve Mueller, PhD has taught Philosophy, Theology, Scripture and Catholic Studies, and helped develop and taught for many years in the renowned Denver Catholic Biblical School. He was formelry editor-in-chief of the monthly periodical for Eucharistic Spirituality Living with Christ and a managing editor for Morehouse Education Resources. He is the current editor for Words of Grace: Daily Reflections & Prayers for Catholics for All Saints Press (www.AllSaintsPress.com)
Reading Your Bible is a magnificent resource and guide for all catechetical ministers who desire to come to know, understand and deepen their familiarity with God's Word in history and in mystery. It is certain to enrich, broaden and transform our catechetical initiatives.
-Edit Prendergast, RSC,
Director Religious Ed., Archdiocese Los Angeles
Concise and comprehensive, this book can go a long way toward taking away fear of the Bible and educating every reader to a deeper, more accurate and less naive reading of the Scriptures. Catechists and many others will love this book.
-Frank DeSlano, CSP
Paulist Evangelization Ministries, Washington, DC
Every parish catechist should have this excellent practical guide to discover Jesus more deeply by approaching the Bible without fear. Through a process of discovery, planned reading and small-group sharing, both beginning and experienced catechists can develop a deeper understanding of the richness of Scripture.
Catechetical Associate, Diocese of Joliet