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garden_sermon [2011-10-10 13:27]
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garden_sermon [2011-10-12 14:08] (current)
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 Spoken during a Church service in October 2011, dedicated to the [[church_garden]] in Amsterdam.\\ Spoken during a Church service in October 2011, dedicated to the [[church_garden]] in Amsterdam.\\
-It starts with the clear statement: **The Bible is truly a gardenbook.**\\+This sermon is part of the year-theme of righteousness; interpreted here as the freedom to develop according to your own nature.\\
  
 Some main points made: Some main points made:
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   * the Bible starts with a garden and ends with a garden-city   * the Bible starts with a garden and ends with a garden-city
   * vineyards and weeds as rich metaphors   * vineyards and weeds as rich metaphors
-  * Paradise can'be made by man, but they can create meaningful symbols of hope+  * humans may not be able to build paradise(permaculture is hard to establish) but we can create meaningful symbols of hope
   * the scene when Christ returns from the afterlife and Mary Magdalene mistakes him for the gardener   * the scene when Christ returns from the afterlife and Mary Magdalene mistakes him for the gardener
  
 +It starts with the clear statement: **The Bible is truly a gardenbook.**\\ 
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 In Dutch:\\ In Dutch:\\
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