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I0 The Julian News Open seven days.\\ Jr' ".w w.ideasinwood.net Quality Cabinets & Furniture Since 1979 Kitchen & Bath Cabinets * Countertops Remodel and new Construction Furniture * Home Decor Kitchen Cabinet Design Center and furniture showroom 850 Main Street Ramona [760] 788-1560 Community United Methodist Church Presents... AN EVENING or ART wzTH JOE GARCIA JUNE 6TH, 6:00 P.M. Tickets may be purchased at:. Julian Tea and Cottage Arts Warm Hearth or call 765-2087, 765-0365. WATCH AS JOE CREATES WATERCOLOR MAGIC[ WIN HIS PAINTING/ BID oN ART BY JULIAN ARTISTS! ENJOY DELECTABLE DESSERTS! $12/adults $6/children 6-12 Seating limited *- Purchase tickets todayl Church located at Pine Hills Rd & Hwy 78, Julian All proceeds directly benefit CUMq a non-pAt organization ~'Childre~ Yoath and Family Collaborative ~-- In every marriage more than a week old, there are grounds for divorce. The trick is to find, and continue to find, the grounds for marriage. -Robert Anderson Lion's Club.Pitches In To Help StarFest Bu,ld HS Observatory Terry Cox, Joe Conley and Harold Smith (behind camera) of the Julian Lion's Club have spent the past two weekends helping the Julian Starfest build the New observatory for the high school. photos by HP Smith Ask Pastor Rick Religion In the News Ancient Hebrew Document Confiscated in Jerusalem In an operation led by the Intelligence Office of the Zion Region and the Undercover Unit of the Border Police in Jerusalem, a 2,000-year-old papyrus document bearing ancient Hebrew lettering was confiscated. The document is. believed to date to the Second Temple period (first and second centuries A.D.). The 15 lines of ancient Hebrew text mentions the of names of people and families, numerous names of Second Temple-era settlements, legal writing about property issues for a widow, and comments that refer to "year four of the destruction of Israel," which could either be a reference to 74 A.D., when the Second Temple was destroyed during the Great Revolt, or 139 A.D., when rural settlements in Judah were destroyed during the Bar Kokhba Revolt. (Source: /srae/i Antiquities Authority: antiquities.org, i/, summarized by Pastor Rick) Young Americans Less Religious New research shows young Americans are dramatically less likely to go to church, or to participate in any form of organized religion, than their parents and grandparents. "It's a huge change," says Harvard University professor Robert Putnam, who conducted the research. Historically, the percentage of Americans who said they had no religious affiliation (pollsters refer to this group as the "nones") has been very small, hovering June 3, 2009 between 5 percent and 10 percent. However, Putnam says the percentage of "nones" has now advanced to between 30 percent and 40 percent among younger Americans. Putnam calls this a "stunning development." The data he collected will be in his future publication American Grace. (Source: ABC News, summarized by Pastor Rick) Ask Pastor Rick How was it decided that only certain books would be in the New Testament? The study of canonical manuscripts is not a simple one, so perhaps this brief response will spark a larger study of the issue on your part. Historically, the church met on many occasions to examine documents which were considered for possible inclusion in the canon of Scripture. Some were accepted as canonical and some weren't. Take, for example, the epistles of Clement, the bishop of Rome (circa 95 AD). His letters to Corinth were not considered canonical by the early church, yet Paul's letters to Corinth were. Interestingly, Clement, himself, acknowledged in his letters the superiority of the apostles' writings. And that leads us to one of the reasons for the inclusion of some manuscripts. They were of apostolic origin. Matthew, John, Peter, and Paul are examples of apostles whose manuscripts were included in the canon. They were accepted as authentic very early on, certainly before 70 A.D. (with the exception of the apostle John who continued writing some twenty years later). Mark, on the other hand, was not an apostle, but was a close associate of Peter. Many scholars believe Mark was Peter's personal assistant. So in a certain sense, Peter's authority stood behind Mark's writing. Luke, Paul's physician and missionary companion, authored Luke and Acts. Once again, an apostle's authority stood behind his writings. 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