Screen Shot 2016-06-09 at 11.47.48The Dutch Adventist Church creates a magazine, Contact, that goes to about 3000 people who are interested in the Bible. As some of these people have been receiving this magazine for quite a few years, the editors wanted to have a recurring theological column, meant for the long-time readers. This article should match the theme of the edition. The editors asked me to write this column, and the first of these was just published.

It’s about ‘time’, and discusses the differences between our sense of time and the biblical sense of time. It’s in Dutch, and you can read it here.


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‘No’ in the Bible | Tom de Bruin · January 28, 2017 at 3:14 pm

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