They are history in a "true sense." Paragraph #39: "Therefore, whatever of the popular narrations have been inserted into the Sacred Scriptures . Catholics interpret the Bible in a "literal" sense, while many fundamentalists, Evangelicals, and others interpret the Bible in a literalist sense.Someone please tell me, how do myths commit personal sins? The "literal" meaning of a passage of Scripture is the meaning that the author of that passage of Scripture intended to convey.
For this reason the ordination of women just tear that page out of your Catechism..just made it a Catechism of your Catholic Church..mine.But rather, an apology in the ancient sense of the word - which is to make a reasoned defense of something or someone.In ancient times, the word apology referred to the case a lawyer would make on behalf of his client.Paul says, "..we preach Christ crucified..." Why does Paul preach Christ crucified?Doesn't he know Jesus has been raised from the dead? But, he knows that it is through the power of the crucified Christ on the cross that the bonds of sin and death are broken.