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About meSeminary student at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.
Studying for a Master's of Divinity. I love books and reading. The smell of an old book is precious and when I find a book that I have been looking for I get tingly all over.

About my libraryMostly theological works. My magnum opus is the 20 volume Oxford English Dictionary which was a gift for my 21st birthday.

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Hey, I met Marty Slingerland at the Free Church Conference in Virginia back in August. You must know him at PRTS? Dr. Beeke came and preached at our church in Greenville, SC in the spring. It was a memorable sermon... he realized we had a lot of kids in the congregation (maybe about 40% or so) so he preached a lot to them. A quarter of the sermon must have been to the youngsters. It was a blessing. One of our Free Church ministers is going to be a professor there shortly, as I suppose you are aware...

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