Understanding the Bible

Understanding the Bible

by Ray Shortell


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615927244
Publisher: Ray Shortell
Publication date: 11/24/2013
Pages: 46
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.10(d)

About the Author

Raised the Catholic son of a Catholic mother and Protestant father, went to the University of Illinois for a Degree in Computer Science followed by twenty years as a healthcare programmer and physics master's dropout (Ga Tech & State) blaming long hours of bible study and a terrible commute from Alpharetta. The dedication to my nephew Jake is in the hopes that Jakie's time and devotion might be spent anywhere desired rather than required delving deeply into the multiple layers of meaning in the Bible due to its claim as being the key to life (Peter's keys, Mt 16:19). Diane Brophy's 1993 citations of I Cor 13, Ecc 12:12 and Ten Commandments long remained allowing me to connect commonalities from Astrology (Linda Goodman's Love Signs p13 and The Christ Conspiracy p113). Thanks to Alvin Frame, my bible study teacher from the Church of the Nazarene in Marietta, another neighbor, Jeff Peace, whose invaluable guidance led me to study James and upset a Priest and Rabbi at the Jewish community center in Dunwoody during an Ecumenical discussion of Dan Brown's works over the "Jerusalem Council" and why Hellenists would ever dispute against Paul (beg pardon). Note: My Catholic Serendipity Bible lists the description in its title for the passage, so if Catholic Priests don't want it called the Jerusalem Council and would prefer the family of James castigated once again, maybe y'all could just remove the header which probably isn't in the original Greek rather than using it for authority in one context and claiming it doesn't exist in the next?

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