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Ale and theology
by Bruce Harper
Jun 10, 2012 | 1759 views | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Bruce Harper photo.The Rt. Rev. Gary Lillibridge, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas, was the first in a series of speakers at the Theology Live ...Ale and the Almighty at the Dog and Bee.... Rev. Clayton Elder, who is helping coordinate the event, said that the idea is bring the message of God where it normally isn...t preached. On Monday, June 11, Chaplain Santos Jones, a chaplain at McConnell Unit will be at the pub as the next speaker. His message is titled ...God in Our Judgement and Mercy....
Bruce Harper photo.The Rt. Rev. Gary Lillibridge, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas, was the first in a series of speakers at the Theology Live ...Ale and the Almighty at the Dog and Bee.... Rev. Clayton Elder, who is helping coordinate the event, said that the idea is bring the message of God where it normally isn...t preached. On Monday, June 11, Chaplain Santos Jones, a chaplain at McConnell Unit will be at the pub as the next speaker. His message is titled ...God in Our Judgement and Mercy....
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The Rt. Rev. Gary Lillibridge, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas, was the first in a series of speakers at the Theology Live ‘Ale and the Almighty at the Dog and Bee’ on Monday. Rev. Clayton Elder, who is helping coordinate the event, said that the idea is to bring the message of God where it normally isn’t preached. On Monday, June 11, Chaplain Santos Jones, a chaplain at McConnell Unit, will be at the pub as the next speaker. His message is titled “God in Our Judgment and Mercy.”

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