Principles of faith in JudaismCreated by Dr's Denis and Marti O'Callaghan</a><br> by <a href='/profile/plumber1/'>plumber</a> Introduction to New Testament GreekCreated by Dr's Denis and Marti O'Callaghan</a><br> by <a href='/profile/none/'></a> Humour for us all</a><br> by <a href='/profile/plumber1/'>plumber</a>
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The reason God made laughter, was because we take ourselves to seriously!
The Bible Study Group</a><br> by <a href='/profile/none/'></a>
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Bible studies and Q & A from Bible study members
 Studies in Time, Space and Eternity </a><br> by <a href='/profile/plumber1/'>plumber</a>
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“Space is as infinite as we can imagine, and expanding this perspective is what adjusts humankind’s focus on conquering our true enemies, the formidable foes: ignorance and limitation.”
Job</a><br> by <a href='/profile/plumber1/'>plumber</a>
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Studies on Job
Dispensationalism</a><br> by <a href='/profile/plumber1/'>plumber</a>
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2 Tim. 2:15 "Study to show yourself approved of God who needs not to be ashamed rightly dividing the word of truth"
The Bible: Fact or fiction?</a><br> by <a href='/profile/Minister-Donna/'>Minister Donna</a>
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Is the Bible a book of Science or a book of Faith? Are the two necessarly unrelated? Or is it possible that the "big picture" isn't seen?http://www.studiesinscripture.bravehost.com
General Theology/ With Dr. Denis</a><br> by <a href='/profile/Minister-Donna/'>Minister Donna</a>
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How does our theology impact our understanding of Christianity today. And the Lord said to Adam "Where art thou?" Gen.3:9
Basic Theology</a><br> by <a href='/profile/-Dr-Denis-/'> Dr. Denis </a>
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Theology of the Bible Understand thou what you read?

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