Conversations That Matter: If Evolution is True, What are You? | Noel Weeks

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Conversations That Matter: If Evolution is True, What are You? Speaker Noel Weeks tackles this question from a human beings perspective.

Noel K. Weeks, born at Grafton, Australia, earned a B.Sc. (Honours) in Zoology from the University of New England, Armidale (Australia), a B.D. and Th.M. from Westminster Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. (Mediterranean Studies, dealing with some of the Nuzi texts) from Brandeis University, Massachusetts.

He retired in 2012 as a Senior Lecturer in Ancient History at the University of Sydney, but remains an Associate in their Department of Classics and Ancient History, with an interest in the Ancient Near East, specializing in Mesopotamia and Israel, and the Akkadian Language.

A member of the Reformed Churches of Australia, Noel Weeks is sought after as a speaker and writer on many issues. He has served as President of the association for the largest parent-controlled Christian School in New South Wales and as Chairman of the Middle East Reformed Fellowship Australia. He has authored several books in the fields of religion and history, including (published by the Trust) The Sufficiency of Scripture (1988), The Christian School (1988), and Gateway to the Old Testament (1995).

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“Sonata on the 94th Psalm” by Julius Reubke

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Robert MacDonald, Organist, performs the complete “Sonata on the 94th Psalm” by Julius Reubke at the dedicatory concert of the Dan Garland Pipe Organ (IV/77, 1993) at St. Stephen Presbyterian Church, Fort Worth, TX. Mark Scott was Minister of Music/Organist and Bob was Organist/Choirmaster at the First Presbyterian Church of Fort Worth at the time.

Rodgers Pipe Combination Organ at Redeemer Lutheran Church

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Redeemer Lutheran Church in Salina, Kansas is home to this Rodgers/Moller organ consisting of 12 ranks of pipes and 60 pipe quality digital ranks. The organ is played from a two manual Rodgers 788 console and leads a vibrant, growing congregation in three worship services per week.

A winter evening with Nickel Plate Road no. 765

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Steam locomotive no. 765 arrives on Christmas Eve as the nearby church bells chime “First Noel” in this homage to the O. Winston Link recording of The Pelican. Merry Christmas from us at the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society, Inc.

Original recording by Al Rayner. Images courtesy of Mark St. Aubin.

Little Red Farm House at Stay Down On The Farm

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Little Red Farm House at Stay Down On The Farm. Vacation rental cottage on our 100 acre farm. Fully furnished place for that vacation to Nashville or family gathering. Just 25 minutes north of Nashville. Easy access to Nashville, Franklin, Bowling Green and numerous country music and historic sites in the area.

St. George Ukrainian Catholic Church in NYC

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Saint George is one of the largest and most magnificent Ukrainian Catholic Churches in North America.
Address: 206 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003
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BCPOD #64 – BC LIVE from Charleston, SC

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The final episode in the BC LIVE series comes to you from Charleston, SC and Joey is still peeing blood. The guys get rowdy in another living room with Jack Hoey, ministor of research and theology at Seacoast Church. They also talk about an elementary school that’s conducting poop inspections on their students… for real.


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Nikon D5100 with 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 lens samples

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Sample photos from Nikon D5100 with 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 lens.

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