The Life and Work of Cardinal Robert Bellarmine 1542-1621 – Doctors of the Church Series – CHS 69


Who was St. Cardinal Robert Bellarmine? In this episode, we take a look at the life and work of Cardinal Robert Bellarmine (1542-1621) who was arguably the most learned Catholic theologian and apologist of the sixteenth century. In this mobile edition we talk about the definite impact that Robert Bellarmine had on Protestant-Catholic conversations about the vexing questions of the early modern era, namely, the authority of the pope, the sufficiency of Scripture and the question of justification by faith alone. Join us this week as we discuss the life and work of this extremely important saint and doctor of the church.


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