God Questions His Creation: Genesis 7 as one PDF document

Your comments, corrections and reflections are always welcomed.

The last blog on Genesis 7 was Genesis 7:21-24 (b)   and there you should find a link which enables you to trace back through all of the blogs on Genesis 7.  You can also find all the comments on Genesis 7 as ond PDF document at  https://frted.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/gqhc_genesis7.pdf

You can also find the Bibliography for my reflections on Genesis at  https://frted.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/gqhc_bibliograph.pdf

A Glossary of terms used in my reflections is at https://frted.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/gqhc_glossary.pdf

The Introduction to the entire series is at https://frted.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/gqhc_introduction.pdf

When all of the individual blogs covering Genesis 8 have been published, I will publish the link for where to find the reflections on chapter 8 as a single document.

The reflections on Genesis 4 as one PDF document: https://frted.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/gqhc_gen4.pdf.

The reflection on Genesis 5  as one PDF documentt:  https://frted.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/gqhc_gen5.pdf

The reflections on Genesis 6 as ond PDF document:  https://frted.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/gqhc_genesis6.pdf

You can find “The Story of the Flood” as one single PDF document at:  The Story of the Flood

You can also read as a single PDF document,  Reading Noah and the Flood Through the Source Theory Lens, which also contains Genesis 6-9 separated as two stories following Source Theory and then set in parallel columns for comparison.

The Blind Man Sees

Jesus Healing the Blindman

Sunday of the Blindman  2010     Gospel:   John 9:1-38

 The blind man in the Gospel lesson (John 9:1-38) is given the gift of sight, but then goes beyond physically seeing Jesus.   When his physical eyes are opened, he “sees” who Jesus is: the Christ, the Son of God.

 “(St.) Athanasius goes on to claim: ‘he revealed himself through a body that we might receive a conception of the invisible Father; and he endured ignominy from human beings that we might inherit incorruption’  (On the Incarnation, 54).   In other words, to see Christ is to gain insight into divine transcendence. And to enter into his Passion through accepting the Christian way is to gain access to divine life.”     (Norman Russell, Fellow Workers With God, pg 41)