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This enlightening talk traces the high adventure of God's Divine Love Story revealed through the seven covenants that span from Eden to Calvary, beginning with Adam and culminating with Jesus.

This presentation is the fruit of Monsignor Deutsch's studies during his sabbatical at Franciscan University of Steubenville, where he learned from scholars such as Dr. Scott Hahn and Dr. John Bergsma.

Author

Msgr. Daniel Deutsch

Reviews (26)

  • The History of Salvation
    4

    Verified User Sep 23rd 2021

    Verified User Sep 23rd 2021

  • This was the best summary of this topic I have heard
    5

    Elizabeth Madigan May 11th 2018

    This was the best summary of this topic I have heard. It was clear and concise without getting lost in the many beautiful but tangential details that are usually included by other presenters.

    Elizabeth Madigan May 11th 2018

  • This was an absolutely amazing talk!
    5

    Christopher Theriot May 11th 2018

    This was an absolutely amazing talk! I have always looked at the Old Testament as a history book. Never again! This talk has shown me the true way to look at the bible and has made me want to know more!

    Christopher Theriot May 11th 2018

  • Just so easy and interesting to listen to
    5

    Irene Nocillado May 11th 2018

    Just so easy and interesting to listen to. The speaker was full of passion and really explained the concepts of covenants so clearly. In addition to this, because it was explained so clearly, it helped me with a university assignment that I had.

    Irene Nocillado May 11th 2018

The History of Salvation (CD)

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  • Follow God's divine love story revealed through seven covenants
  • Uncover the history between Adam and Jesus
  • Monsenor Jorge De los Santos is the Pastor of Our Lady Mother of the Church in the Archdiocese of Denver.
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