Norman Wood

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Norman Wood

Postby Norman Wood » May 27th, 2012, 3:38 pm

Hello everyone,
I was a subscriber to the B-Greek mailing list for a number of years,but my studies got in the way. I did a couple of years of Greek at Aberdeen University, but am a bit rusty and wanted to start reading the New Testament again.
I like the new format.
All the best
Norman Wood
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Re: Norman Wood

Postby Shirley Rollinson » May 28th, 2012, 8:53 pm

Yassas Norman
Welcome back to B-greek
when were you at Aberdeen University?
I taught Chemistry there for a number of years in the 60s.
Shirley Rollinson
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Re: Norman Wood

Postby Norman Wood » May 28th, 2012, 11:45 pm

Hi Shirley,
I've been with the centre for life long learning for about the past 6 to 7 years. I was working my way through as many courses as I could with the Bth as a possibility. The centre handles distance and part-time courses and so I took this option as I am about 70 miles from Aberdeen just outside Dundee. To trade I am a gardener so theology wasn't anything but pure love. Unfortunately I have had to give up the studies as a result of poor health,but as I was latterly having to do religious studies courses to make up the points it meant my languages suffered from no attention. My first Greek tutor Chris was a Texan, which I think is quite near you, as near goes, well nearer than me. I have two daughters who are studying at Aberdeen at the moment one doing law and the other Scots Gaelic they seem to like the University, sorry I can't say that I met anyone that you know, but in the 60's I was at school just outside Glasgow.
All the best
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