At every Sunday Mass, Catholics confess that Jesus came down from heaven “for us men and for our salvation”, but what does “salvation” really mean? Leading scripture scholars and theologians, Dr. Michael Barber and Dr. John Bergsma, will deliver a thorough, deeply Catholic, and deeply biblical answer to this question at Fullness of Truth’s “Salvation: What Every Catholic Should Know” conference. On February 29th, 2020, at St. Michael’s Church in Houston, TX, we will focus on this most central issue: that is, the ultimate goal of our earthly existence!
Dr. Barber, the author of the brand-new book from which our event derives its title, along with Dr. Bergsma, will tackle this potentially complex topic in language the average Catholic can easily grasp, deftly unpacking what the New Testament teaches about salvation in Christ. They will detail exactly what salvation is, and what it is not while explaining the role of the Cross, the Church, and the Trinity play. This conference promises to be both intellectually stimulating and deeply spiritual, as the core message eternally remains that God is salvific love, and His love is redemptive.
So please, register yourself and your loved ones today, and allow the knowledge of God’s plan of salvation to not only uplift your daily spiritual life but truly transform you into a powerful witness of the joy experienced from residing upon God’s saving hands. To assist you in maximizing the benefits of your attendance, all registrations on or before January 31st, 2020 will be accompanied by a free copy of Dr. Barber’s new book, Salvation: What Every Catholic Should Know!
Michael Barber, PH.D
Associate Professor of Theology and Scripture at the Augustine Institute in Denver, CO. In addition to my teaching, academic research and publishing, I also give popular-level presentations at Catholic conferences and parish events around the United States. For booking, see
Ph. D. Scripture, Fuller Theological Seminary (2010).
M.A. Theology, Franciscan University of Steubenville (2001)
B.A. Theology and Philosophy, Azusa Pacific University (1998)