Friday, 1 May 2015

SALCTG Plenary Comes to Edinburgh


SALCTG Plenary for Library Reps

Thursday May 7th 2015

at the National Library of Scotland – Edinburgh

312-320 Lawnmarket
Edinburgh EH1 2PJ (Directions)
If you work in a Scottish higher education library, then one of your colleagues will be an SALCTG rep!   Ask them what training is coming up, and don't be shy to suggest topics that you and your team-mates would welcome.

It's our 25th anniversary this year - we've amassed quite a bit of experience at arranging staff training for our sector!


10.30 registration/coffee
11am Session commences

1 comment:

  1. IS PRAYING TO DEAD PEOPLE A SIN? BY STEVE FINNELL

    Is it a sin to pray to the Virgin Mary and other dead saints?

    Matthew 4:10 Then Jesus said to him, "Go Satan! For it is written,' "You shall worship the Lord your God, and serve Him only.' "

    Praying to any person or anything is worship.

    WORSHIP DEFINED: To revere, stressing the feeling of awe or devotion. Adoring reverence or regard.

    Any worship of anyone or anything other than God is sin.

    The Virgin Mary is not God nor does she have the power to grant petitions of prayer. If men could pray to dead saints and get them answered, then why not pray to saint Moses, saint John The Baptist, saint Abraham, saint Job, saint Enoch, saint The Thief on The Cross or any other dead saint?

    Dead people cannot hear your prayers and if they could they would not have the power to answer them.

    Prayer is worship and only God deserves our worship.

    God knows our every thought. God is aware of every sin we commit. God knows our every move.

    God is omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent. Those are the attributes of God and what you would need in order to answer prayer.

    Neither the Virgin Mary, Moses, John The Baptist nor any other dead saint has the attributes of God. They cannot hear you nor can they answer YOUR PRAYERS.

    YES, TO PRAY TO ANYONE OTHER THAN GOD IS A SIN!

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    Posted by Steve Finnell at 2:40 AM No comments:
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