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  1. Em says:

    Mac’s in the Ministry? noticed this title and wonder if it would be useful for others, ie i am so lazy when it comes to buckling down and learning what my Mac could do … writing my grandparents’ story would be better formatted incorporating documents, pictures etc and less tedious – more fun for me… better than ‘Dummies” books?

  2. Michael says:


    It will probably not be of much use to you because it talks about the tools that newer Macs have built in.

  3. Em says:

    Michael, that’s my dilemma right now – my old Mac is a fine word processor – if it goes out on me, i’m backing up with an external hard drive… just need an excuse to spend money, mebbe 😉 and i sure don’t need to presentation capabilities etc – thanks for the input

  4. Michael says:


    If you decide to buy a new one get a hold of me first and I’ll show you the least expensive way to do so.

  5. Em says:

    Michael, thanks, i’ll remember that as i can’t surf the web with the old Mac now and typing on this cute little netbook thingie is annoying at best

  6. bishopdave says:

    Michael, Are you very far into Sailhammer’s book? I just got “The Penteteuch as Narrative” by Sailhammer as a gift but haven’t started yet. Looking at it enthuses me.

  7. Michael says:


    Jump in…it’s really good.

  8. Please Note says:


    Let us know if you become a Historical Creationist after reading Sailhamer 😉

    By the way, if you see this, I would be interested in knowing the the right way to go about getting a Mac, that you metioned on another thread. You said to contact you…

    Please e-mail me if you get a chance. You have my e-mail, or if lost, you can use


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