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which version of the bible does mark foreman teach from ?

Mark Foreman normally teaches chemistry, I have yet to be asked to teach theology or matters of religion. There is at least one other Mark Foreman who blogs at wordpress, if you have come to my blog while expecting to see the blog of a pastor then please click here or here. It says on line that the other Mark Foreman is also an associate prof, but his academic interests are in a different field.

I will say that I see no conflict between science and christianity. The two things consider questions from very different areas which do not often overlap. Some people who I know are deeply involved in both, for example I know a woman who is a radiochemist who is now a roman catholic nun. Chemistry includes questions such as “does a bond exist between these two atoms” while religion / theology considers questions such as “who is my neighborough ?”.

However if I need to cite a passage from the bible for the purposes of the blog I will tend to use either the good news bible, the King James version or the new international version.

The reasons I am posting this entry is that I saw that someone found my blog with the following phrase in a search, “which version of the bible does mark foreman teach from”

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