Monthly Archives: September 2013

Why did God say Creation was good, not perfect

At this week’s session, one of the leaders posed the question “Why did God use the word good to describe Creation rather than the word perfect?”   I would love to hear peoples comments.  

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Relevance of Torah to Christians today

This post is an article I wrote for the church magazine a few months ago, and is fairly self explanatory. Apart from the Ten Commandments, as Christians we are often more familiar with the stories in the Books of The … Continue reading

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Getting choral

Following directly on from the last post, I did indeed manage to finish all the work before the session last week.  I will be honest and say that I was a bit disappointed with the material, it didnt have much … Continue reading

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First week – not up to date :-(

So here I am, Sunday afternoon of the first week.  On the first day of our personal study, aka homework stuff, we were to look at and explore the Bible we would be using for the course.  I have bought … Continue reading

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Day 1 – before the start of the course

So here I am, start the course this evening, am sort of excited, but worried I wont like it – my preference would have been the MA in Biblical Studies at Manchester Uni, but cant afford either the time or … Continue reading

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Moon Rainbow

God made a covenant with Noah that He would never again send a flood to cover the earth, and the rainbow was His symbol of that covenant. Moon Rainbows remind me that God is with me even in the dark … Continue reading

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