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November 08, 2008


Jason Goroncy

I'm so jealous to read that you got along to the Holman Hunt exhibition. If only I had three legs, I would gladly sacrifice one for the train ride down to Manchester.


Just for a second there I thought Sean has been serving pumpkin soup and piles.

Jim Gordon

Nah then Glen, behave! I suppose if I'd inserted a comma after'piles' i9t might have been capable of such an interpretation. Reminds me of R E O White who taught us NT Greek and pointed out the importance of punctuation in the theological interpretation of a text. You did however make me rush to see if I had written 'pies' but misspelt it!!! Good to see you as well on my demanding jaunt south!


Glad you had such a great time. Some time when you are in Manchester St Denys' bookshop is well worth a visit, if you haven't already discovered it. As you walk in the door you are offered free coffee and it is nigh on impossible to leave without buying something - be it a book, a candle, a CD, some incense or a WWJD wristband!!

PS we pray hard for Glen, but clearly not hard enough...


Did neither of the bookshops sell ties???! You could have brought some back for SBC staff:)

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