VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis met with members of the Pontifical Biblical Commission on April 12, reflecting on how Christians have found “inexhaustible riches” in the Bible.
“Sacred Scripture is the written testimony of the divine Word, the canonical memory that attests to the event of Revelation,” he said.
In his comments, the Pope distinguished between Scripture and the Word of God, which he said “precedes the Bible and surpasses it.”
“That is why the center of our faith isn't just a book,” he said. Rather, the center of Christian faith is “Jesus Christ, the Word of God made flesh.”
Archbishop Gerhard Müller, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, heads the...READ MORE