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June 11th 2010:"Creation narrative of Genesis 8. Discussion on it's Historical, Theological, and Practical Significance for both the Biblical and Modern World."

Theology and explanation are brought to listeners in academic and practical form in the continuing series “The Torah.” C.L. Mitchell and John Core join Gibbons in the exploration of “Genesis” and its significance in the Biblical journey. With thought provoking and intense passion for the works of the Old and New Testaments, explanation of the words of God provide practical applications in today’s world. This first in a series of programs looks in detail at the creation through the book of Genesis.

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John Core

John Core Master of Divinity, is a professor in Theology offering practical application of the Biblical Scriptures. He is a resident of Scottsdale, Arizona where time is spent with family and the Church body.
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C.L. Mitchell is a professor in Theology lecturing Bibliology and practical application of the Biblical Scriptures. Teaching at post-graduate level in both seminary and lecture circuits, he brings many years of deep intellectual and academic knowledge to listeners across the world. Today, C.L. Mitchell appears to discuss his background and experience ahead of the first official programming event on December 18, 2009.
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