The Deep End

On Tuesday November 20th at 7:00 p.m. I will be presenting ‘Getting the Most from Your Bible’ at the Barrington Campus of The Chapel.  As well as being a professor at Moody Bible Institute, I am a Licensed Minister with The Chapel.  Please check out their website at www.chapel.org for further information about the church or the event.

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About Plymothian

I teach at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. My interests include education, biblical studies, and spiritual formation. I have been married to Kelli since 1998 and we have two children, Daryl and Amelia. For recreation I like to run, play soccer, play board games, read and travel.
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2 Responses to The Deep End

  1. First, it would be awesome to hear you present on this subject! Alas, Tuesday nights are booked…
    Second, a quick question: Why is it that we use the phrases “your Bible” and “my Bible”?  I can’t think of any other book or movie that we refer to in the same way. (I imagine saying things like “You really should be reading your *Mere Christianity*.” or “While I was reading my Plato today, I found out that…”)

  2. rookie1987 says:

    Do we use your and my because of the way we personalize it with notes and highlights and filling it full of sermons and whatever else? Why do I have the strangest feeling that this isn’t a stop off of public transport….
    Salt and Light
    Silver

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