New Beatitude

Tetlow, Joseph A.
April 1981
America;4/18/1981, Vol. 144 Issue 15, p333
The article discusses the Biblical gospel regarding the belief to God, although He cannot be seen. It mentions Thomas, a disciple of Jesus who doubted the rise of Jesus from the dead. It notes that people will learn much from Thomas, wherein people in the modern age must be faithful and create a community of disciples.


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