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June 17, BCASV Monthly Meeting! June 17, 2010

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The Perspicuity of Genesis
Some people, when the hear the term perspicuity, think immediately of the last time they sweat too much while exercising. But what does perspicuity mean, and why is it important? 

To define perspicuity, let us ponder the celebrated words of Luther in his timeless classic, The Bondage of the Will: “If you speak of the internal clearness, no man sees one iota in the Scriptures, but he that hath the Spirit of God. . . .

If you speak of the external clearness, nothing whatever is left obscure or ambiguous; but all things that are in the Scriptures, are by the Word brought forth into the clearest light, and proclaimed to the whole world.” In other words, Scripture speaks about the creation of all things in the “clearest light.”

Please join us as we apply the doctrine of the perspicuity of Scripture to the early chapters of Genesis.

When: Thursday June 17, 2010, 7-9pm
Where: Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church
                 2350 Leigh Avenue
                 San Jose, CA
Cost: FREE!

Speaker: Dr. Ting Wang, Youth Pastor Korean Central Presbyterian Church, Daly City, CA.

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1. dancingfromgenesis - June 17, 2010

I won’t be there (I’m in Texas), but I hope you refer the crew to article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, to undertand how the ancients were able to navigate all over the world after Noah’s Flood, and article #1 there too, that the Ice Age ended much later than we’re being told, proven with the submerged bronze age ruins.

Ting has given some great answers here at this venue, so I trust he will conduct a great meeting too, wish I could be there.


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