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|Full Name:||Peter Harrison||Last Activity:||419 days, 22 hrs, 9 mins ago|
|Peter posted a comment||16:49PM on 27/03/2012|
|In reply to the post Dangerously Alive - cycling for Burundi|
|" Great article on Simon's fantastic work, I hope they raise plenty of money; they have plenty of prayer support! ...surely a lot harder than 'running a marathon once a month' though?! "|
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I am not happy with most of the today's English versions, mainly because they are not formal and accurate enough in translation and also because, if not infected by liberal theology, they are often based on the shorter and less original 'eclectic' text of the New Testament that leaves out certain well-attested verses and portions, such as, Mark 16: 9-20. I am not one of those persons, however, who says that one must only use the King James Bible - although it is very often more accurate than today's versions where they differ with it on important doctrinal verses, such as, Micah 5: 2. One modern version which I am quite happy with is the New King James Version: read alongside the older KJV the two together make a delightful and often very invigorating read. ...
Posted by Robert West
Yess! Lets hope this new genre of christian movies will make big hits here in uk too. I used countless films in the 1960-70s with great effect. We pioneered a christian film festival in a cinema in Bromley Kent...1965 and also 1967. Movies from world wide pictures (billy graham) like Restless Ones, For petes Sake, and Two a Penny with young Cliff Richard! Well made and good chrustian content. Fact and Faith films from Moody in usa were always good. Internationl Films uk produced good drama. And that was all before the Narnia series which recently made a hit. American films ...ok.....but nothing like a believable britsh production! Peterj.firstname.lastname@example.org. ...
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I read and thoroughly enjoyed Martha and also Mary Magdalene by Diana Wallis Taylor. I was glad that I'd read Martha first because the 2 sisiters appear briefly in Mary Magdalene and I felt I was revisiting 2 old friends. I also enjoyed Sarai by Jill Eileen Smith. My favourite Biblical themed book has to be The Red Tent by Anita Diamant. This book led me to Love Amid The Ashes by Mesu Andrews because the character of Dinah is in this narrative too. All of these books have led me to pay more attention to the Old Testament and to dip into my Bible more than I would otherwise have done....
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The Gaithers - brilliant music and great sense of being uplifted by the songs they sing in praise and worship. Some people find their slightly dodgy dress sense and perfect hair and teeth off-putting, but I can forgive all of that because they are such a blessing!...
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