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Participation in the Body & Blood of Christ, 1 Cor 10:13-17

Robert Corzine | November 5, 2008 No Comments

Marcus welcomes Robert Corzine, Vice President of Programs and Development of Dr. Scott and Kimberly Hahn’s St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology. The pair discusses how this verse was viewed differently when they were Protestant, and how the Catholic Church opened their eyes to the depth of the Old and New Testaments. Corzine delves into the way in which the Catholic Church teaches the “layers” of meaning of Scripture, and also into the issue of living in the world amongst temptation.

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Robert Corzine

Robert Corzine, Vice President of Programs for Scott Hahn’s St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, is an educator and administrator with a broad background in public policy research and advocacy.

Born into a fundamentalist Baptist family, Rob was raised on the King James Bible and a robust anti-Catholicism. By God’s amazing grace, he was received into the Catholic Church on the Feast of Pentecost in 1994. He has since held a variety of teaching and advocacy positions for Catholic apostolates. He has served as an apologist and catechetical writer for Catholics United for the Faith (CUF), and as producer and host of a weekly Catholic radio program of apologetics and evangelization. He is the host of EWTN’s program Genesis to Jesus with Scott Hahn.

Rob holds a degree in Humanities and Catholic Culture from Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio. After graduation, Rob spent several years in Washington, DC. In addition to analyzing legislation and drafting congressional testimony, Corzine’s work for faith-based and family-policy organizations has included training activists, designing instructional materials, and organizing networks of public-interest lawyers, scholars, and policy analysts.

In 2003, he returned to Steubenville to work for the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, founded by Scott and Kimberly Hahn to promote Biblical literacy for Catholic laypeople and Biblical fluency for clergy and teachers.

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