Alphabetical List of Groups

Group Name Author
19th Century Thought  Dr Ley
Administrators Scripture Studies  Dr. Denis 
Ask the experts  Dr. Denis 
Basic Theology  Dr. Denis 
Bible difficulties Answered  Dr. Denis 
Book Collaboration Project  Dr Ley
Christianity 101  Dr. Denis 
Church and/or Ministry  Dr. Denis 
Coffee cup Bible Studies  Dr. Denis 
Dispensationalism  Dr. Denis 
Doctoral studies 600  Dr. Denis 
Early Christianity- A History  Dr. Denis 
Eschatology End times and Prophecy   Dr. Denis 
Ethics and Ministry  Dr. Denis 
Ettie Mology  Dr Ley
Fix your Computer-tech notes  Dr. Denis 
For thinking Christians  Dr. Denis 
General Theology/ With Dr. Denis  Minister Donna
Hebrew Studies  Dr. Denis 
Humour for us all  Dr. Denis 
In God we Trust, All others pay Cash!  Dr. Denis 
Increase your word power  Dr. Denis 
Introduction to New Testament GreekCreated by Dr's Denis and Marti O'Callaghan  Dr. Denis 
It's an Irish Thing  Dr. Denis 
Job  Dr. Denis 
Music for the Soul  Dr. Denis 
My Favorite Pictures  Dr. Denis 
New Members Welcome and How to?  Minister Donna
Now! An essential guide for today's effective pastor  Dr. Denis 
Parson to Person  Dr. Denis 
Pauline studies  Dr. Denis 
Poetry as Prayers  Dr. Denis 
Prayer Group  Dr. Denis 
Principles of faith in JudaismCreated by Dr's Denis and Marti O'Callaghan  Dr. Denis 
Quotable Quotes  Dr. Denis 
Recipies for the recession  Dr. Denis 
Recommended Books  Dr. Denis 
Resources for study  Dr. Denis 
Science and Theology  Dr. Denis 
Scripture Research  Dr Ley
Stories from the Irish side  Dr. Denis 
Studies in Time, Space and Eternity   Dr. Denis 
Sunday Brunch with Denis and Marti  Dr. Denis 
That's the Story  Dr. Ley 
The Bible Study Group  Dr. Denis 
The Bible: Fact or fiction?  Minister Donna
The Devotional Corner  Dr. Denis 
Unusual Politics  Dr. Denis 
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Published:Jun 4th 2013
Modified:Jun 4th 2013
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What Each Area of the Site is Meant For: Blogs - This is your personal space. This is where you should post thoughts that are not intended for extensive further discussion. Observations from personal study and events that have occurred in your life belong here. Unless your post ends with questions or makes it apparent that discussion is to follow, it should probably be a blog. As discussed later, blogs are limited to those who hold to historic Christian beliefs. Forums - This is for open discussion relating to the topic posted. Dialogue is encouraged to stay on topic, so if a side conversation begins, open a new discussion. This is where the majority of the activity has taken place so far. Topics should remain general in nature, while in depth discussion on narrow topics should take place in groups. Groups - This is a place to congregate with people who have similar interests and positions in order to have open discussion. The conversation in here is not required to remain on topic, so it is more ready to follow rabbit trails. This is where you should go if you want to gather with a particular kind of theologian. Before initiating a new group, we ask that you consider posting a question in the discussion forum area to see if there is enough interest to justify a separate group. The reason we encourage such action is that, in the event that a group is inactive for 6 months or more, the moderators of Scriptural Studies reserve the right to close down and delete the group due to inactivity. Events - This is available to anyone that wants to post an event that you think the members of Scriptural Studies may be interested in. Contact Denis, Rabbi Del, Rifkah, or Marti for more details on advertising. Our Attitude of conduct: In case you missed them on your way in, take some time to become acquainted with the conduct we expect on this site. You may find our Attidudes on the main forum page. Our purpose at Scripural Studies is that the conversations move in a Gracious way. We define Gracious in the following way: 1) Not closed minded 2) Not self-promoting 3) Not characterized by mass amounts of cut-and-paste proof-texting 4) Not characterized by mass amounts of cut-and-paste from other places 5) Irenic 6) Not slanderous 7) No spamming 8) Perpetual venting bitterness 9) Not confusing or disruptive But in all things you'll be welcome here