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Susan Hall, D.Min., is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Seattle, Washington and has worked in social service and counseling settings since 1991 when she co-founded a transitional housing program for women and children in central Indiana. After completing her graduate counseling degree in 2000, Susan started her private counseling practice where she now works solely with women and specializes in women’s issues. She graduated with a Doctor of Ministry in International Feminist Theology from San Francisco Theological Seminary in May of 2008 and is now giving her attention to writing, counseling, and leading therapy retreats for women across the United States. Her “baby” is a 2.5 year old Chinese Shar Pei named Simone, after her heroine, Simone de Beauvoir.
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Lesson 25: "Christians who stress the inerrancy and inspiration of both testaments of our Bible often refer to 2 Timothy 3:16—'all scripture is inspired by God....’ But there are two problems with such an interpretation. First, when 2 Timothy was written (late first or early second century), the only scriptures the early Christians had were the scrolls of the Hebrew Bible, our Old Testament.”