What we in the Institute of Advanced Theology call our Advent Series of lectures is usually completed prior to end of the Advent season, but I am glad that we keep our reference to the most hopeful time of the Christian calendar. . . (continued)
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- Immaculate Conception/Divinity of God
- Study of a portion of The King James Bible (from the Old Testament) following it through history - from translation of the earliest of the written documents to The King James version, looking at countries, politics, and the state of the world as each emerged. [Perhaps the same for The New Testament although Bruce's work on the prophetic tradition was certainly of a similar cloth.]
- The history of Jesus figures, i.e. The Green Man and/or Sumarian and other historical views of a prophet/a divine across ancient religions.
- The roles of the women in the Bible, tracing their stories.
- Something on The Song of Songs.