Gehenna was the "Valley of Hinnom" outside Jerusalem, where children were burned in sacrifice to the god Moloch.
The Didache is one of the earliest collections of Christian writings, and was often paired with the New Testament in the early Church.
The Delphi Inscription helps us pinpoint St. Paul's visit to Corinth.
The word "gospel" comes from the Greek "euangelion" and referred to a messenger bringing "good tidings" or "good news."
Catholics interpret the Bible with the help of the Holy Spirit, under the guidance of the Church, following three specific guidelines.
Hebrew University scholar compares names found in Jeremiah with archaeology from similar time period.
Jesus was related to St. John the Baptist through Mary's connection to Elizabeth, though it's uncertain exactly what that meant.
There are dozens of translations of the Bible into English, none of which are perfect.
The Bible has much to say about fatherhood and what it takes to be a saintly dad.
The heart symbolizes the center or "core" of our being, from which prayer and moral actions originate.