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I can answer general Christian (Catholic and Protestant) theological and biblical questions and questions about Christian history and new-thought Unitarian faiths.
Three years of theological seminary study and four years involvement as a student Baptist Minister.
Several Southern Baptist Churches in Missouri and a Unitarian-Universalist Church in St. Louis.
BA Degree in Psychology; Master's Degree in Christian Theology.
Phi-Epsilon Honors Society
Its great popularity, diversity and intermingling of thought among various cultures of the world.
The uniformity and differences in religious-spiritual thought that attempt to explain the positive and negative aspects of life and in human relations.
That the first five books of the Old Testament (known as the Law of Moses) that had become canonized by the Jews at the Council of Jamnia in 90 A.D. was a complex composition of no less than four separate documentary sources, each having its own historical and theological development. This understanding opens the door to the universality of inspirational writings in all cultures.
That spiritual "truth" is totally subjective. Yet, there are two basic objective tests that legitimizes the soundness of an inspirational writing: (1) its harmony with reason and the human experience sufficient to create popular insight and discussion; and (2) its positive psychological-social-emotional affects upon listeners and believers.
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