LEARN TO LIVE, LIVE TO LEARN
“To know much and taste nothing-of what use is that?” ―St. Bonaventure of Bagnoregio
"Dear Kuya Jeff, I came across your post exploring the parallels between Augustus and Jesus, and it truly opened my eyes to the importance of not overlooking details in the Gospel narrative. Your insights consistently inspire the Bible student within me, and I appreciate your willingness to share your thoughts. I've been pondering a question lately and would love your input. Regarding the infants massacred in Bethlehem, it seems they couldn't have desired martyrdom, given their infancy and lack of understanding. Can we consider them true martyrs, the Holy Innocents? I'm eager to hear your perspective, ideally before the Feast of Holy Innocents. Wishing you a swift recovery and a joyful Christmas!" - Inocencio T.
"Dear Kuya Jeff, besides the decree for a census in the Roman world during Jesus' birth, is there any additional importance or significance to the inclusion of Caesar Augustus in the Christmas narrative?" - R.V.
"Dear Kuya Jeff, I attend your Bible Studies in Makati, and I appreciate the opportunities you provide for addressing our pressing questions. Ako po yung nagask about biblical foundations of Mama Mary's immaculate conception. Hoping to receive readings about this topic. Thank you and Merry Christmas." - C.G.
Jeff Jacinto, PhD, DHum