How Nones Can Misread the Bible

Catholics believe along with St. Paul that the Bible is "God-breathed" (2 Tim. 3:16). But with the growing number of religiously unaffiliated people in the world, our culture's understanding of the Bible and its contents is more lacking and skewed than perhaps ever before.

In this course, Notre Dame professor of Sacred Scripture, Anthony Pagliarini, teaches us how to read the Bible ourselves and become better evangelists of an increasingly religiously unaffiliated culture in the process.

Anthony Pagliarini, PhD · Published Date: April 29, 2019


  • How Catholics should read the Bible
  • Hard sayings and the “dark passages” of Scripture
  • Common misunderstandings of non-Christians

About Instructor

Anthony Pagliarini, PhD

Anthony Pagliarini earned Theology and Philosophy degrees from Notre Dame, the Angelicum in Rome, and the International Theological Institute in Austria. Anthony and his wife Katie live in South Bend, Indiana with their four children. They teach in the Department of Theology at Notre Dame.

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  • 7 Lessons
  • 1 Quiz
  • Course Certificate
  • Course Discussion Forum