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Know Your Bible 32

winter 1999

From nucleus - winter 1999 - Know Your Bible 32 [p39]


  1. The ant is an example to us, because it does not rely on external pressure to act, and makes provision for the future. (Pr 6:6-8)
  2. 'Even a fool is thought wise if he keeps silent'. (Pr 17:28). The principle even works on ward rounds....
  3. According to Paul, we should not be 'yoked together with unbelievers' because the Lord himself already lives with and walks amongst us. Our faith is central to our identity.(2 Cor 6:14-18)

Know Your Bible 33

  1. 'I take no pleasure in the death of the wicked,' the Lord declares to Ezekiel. What would God prefer?
  2. What is engraved on God's hands, according to Isaiah?
  3. Which items of clothing are we to avoid (apart from socks in sandals) and what does Jude suggest we 'snatch from the fire'?
Answers in the April 2000 issue.

More from nucleus: winter 1999

  • Editorial
  • News Review
  • Confident Christianity
  • Withdrawing Nutrition
  • Acupuncture - a Christian assessment
  • Maintaining Spirituality
  • Racism in Medicine?
  • The Duty of Physicians
  • Open Letter
  • Fishing the Net
  • Differential Diagnosis 30
  • Know Your Bible 32
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