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Converse with Scholars

posted by xscot mcknight

Here’s a good opportunity. I’ve been invited to chat about Mary online in a unique setting on December 4 and December 6 from 8pm-10pm. The Converse with Scholars program at Reclaiming the Mind is hosting a discussion about The Real Mary and I invite you to join in. You can download the material free and tune in … should be fun. If you have questions, look here or e-mail Carrie.



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Cheryl

posted November 30, 2006 at 2:27 pm


Well, pooh, Scot. The PalTalk software only works on PCs.
It figures. We poor Mac users are left out in the cold once again! If there are transcripts, would you be willing to post them?



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Michael Patton

posted November 30, 2006 at 4:48 pm


The audio of the session will be edited and available on the Reclaiming the Mind website shortly after the online broadcast. It will take about a week to edit and produce them, but they can be found at http://www.conversewithscholars.org.



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Michael Patton

posted November 30, 2006 at 4:49 pm


Sorry, the editor pick up on the period. Here is the website again: http://www.conversewithscholars.org



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VanSkaamper

posted November 30, 2006 at 7:48 pm


Yes…dang…digital apartheid strikes again. ;^)
Scott, would you be willing to take a question from an oppressed Mac user in advance? If so, what’s your take on the opinion, based on the greek text as well as the customs of the day, that Jesus wasn’t born in an inn, but in a private home whose guest quarters were full?



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Scott Watters

posted November 30, 2006 at 11:49 pm


Leaves us in the Linux community out too.



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