Month: October 2018

Theology Assign Three

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“When we speak of God we do not clear up a puzzle; we draw attention to a mystery” (Herbert McCabe). How does the doctrine of the Trinity try to point to the mystery of God in this way? The…

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Theology Assign Two

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The Doctrine of the Trinity: Why is it so? Part I – Précis The Question The Doctrine of the Trinity is one of the core tenets of the Christian Faith. The question I hope to answer through this…

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Theology Assign One

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Summary of Chapter Two – Bible In Christian theology, we believe that God reveals himself to us through his inspired written word, “The Bible”. In this paper, I summarise how Rowan Williams describes how the Bible reveals God’s…

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Old Testament Assign Three

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Exegesis Numbers 22:22-40 Introduction This passage is a small section of the story of Balaam and Balak Num. 22:1 – 24:24, in Num. 21 the Israelites had defeated Og king of Bashan in battle and were now encamped…

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Old Testament Assign Two

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Introduction I have chosen for my character study assignment Ruth from the Book of Ruth. As I was reviewing the characters to choose from for this assignment the further research it did into secondary sources for the Book…

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Old Testament Assign One

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Exegesis Preparation Numbers 22:22-40 Context Table for Numbers Chapter Ref.Description1 – 21Israelites leave The Sinai wandering in the desert for 40 years and arrive in Moab and camp on the plains22 – 24The story of Balaam and Balak22:22…

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Pentecost 16 2017

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Sermon– Pentecost 16 – Gospel Reading Mt. 20:1-16 Introduction May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable to you, O Lord, my rock and my redeemer. (Ps. 19:14). Transcript I think we can…

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Pentecost 7 Year B

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May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable to you, O Lord, my rock and my redeemer. (Ps. 19:14). Quick note on Sea Sunday before moving onto the sermon proper. Prayer for…

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