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Michael Bird

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Employment History

Doctoral Student

The University of Queensland


PhD Student

The University of Queensland


Technical and Workshop


Reviewer

Colloquium


Reviewer

Murdoch University


Web References(6 Total References)


www.colloquiumjournal.org

Michael Bird
An examination of his sermons (for instance on Micah) shows clearly that Calvin was genuinely concerned to see people relate to God as Father, to come to him in faith through Jesus Christ. Michael Bird, PhD student, University of Queensland.


www.colloquiumjournal.org

Michael Bird
Michael Bird, doctoral student, University of Queensland.


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Michael Bird Michael Bird, doctoral student, University of Queensland.


www.colloquiumjournal.org

Having presented Trito-Isaiah in this new light the author turns to Isaiah 40-55, and passages from 1 Kings, Micah, Zechariah and Isaiah of Jerusalem.
Her studies in this chapter give point to the phrase in her introduction, "the texts that appear to support the claim" to inclusiveness, for she judges these texts, contrary to generally accepted understanding, to be basically 'exclusivist'. Michael Bird Michael Bird, Doctoral student in New Testament, University of Queensland.


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