Monthly Archives: September 2016

John’s Preamble

I’ve decided to dub the first eighteen verses of the Gospel of John the Preamble of John.  They stir up for me a time during grammar school when I had to memorize the Preamble of the Constitution.  I can still remember … Continue reading

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New Class-New Day-New People

I’ve started a new class on a new day with a whole lot of new people.  Who Is That Woman In Bible Study? is the post that kicked it all off two years ago.  Delving into the Pentateuch (first five … Continue reading

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Better Late Than Never

This is my last post on Revelation; better late than never.  The study ended months ago and my resistance to wrapping the whole thing up is perplexing.  It’s unlike me to leave things unfinished.  I suppose I needed time to … Continue reading

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