Letters on the Mountain!
Date: 5/23/02 1:23:35 PM
Just a word of thanks once again for the site. I had attended Toronto Baptist Seminary and Bible School. It was their I had first been introduced to other schools of thought in relation to eschatology. Their basic approach was simple, give yourself at least five years before adopting an eschatological position. We were expected to understand , rebut, and defend each scheme for individual grasp. The school itself was Amillenial though recognized the importance of positions embraced. I know because I attempted to defend premillenialism for two years of my four there. Their response was a usual; what do you think was meant by etc, etc, meaning other seemingly oppositional scripture. It was years later that I had developed my strongest belief from the eschatological battles as Amillenialism. The main reason being I had felt and do presently believe that the other schools of thought in fact rob our Lord of the glory due His Name.
Keep up the good work with all the well orbed papers offered. I have had large doors opened and scriptures defined. It is a wonderful experieance having not to reluctantly skip over diffulcult passages one is otherwise expected to relate to the premillenial jarcon of super zionism and superior masters, waiting to Illuminate our scripturial base.
I have now begun collecting in notebook form. Once again thank you. Our prayers are toward His glorious day and people like you who have the curage to stand.
centerBy His grace, in Him and For Him
Date: 4/26/02 6:12:34 AM
Name: Pete and Michele
Just wanted to tell you that your webpage entitled "Do Our Pets and Animals go to Heaven? -by Tony Warren", was a blessing to me. Thank you for your ministry, & may God bless you.
Date: 4/1/02 7:32:08 AM
Name: Peter Bargas
I read your peace on Amill, Eschatology and well fairly well written, you tend to take a very somewhat dogmatic approach. I pray that you have studied as much as many scholars who still are not as decided as you, i.e Piper (Post-mill), Carson (Pre-mil), Sproul (who knows where he is now), Even a well know Amil Theologian Greg Beale, is not as dogmatic as are you. Things are not as cut and dry and I could give you every other view countering your view to each passage you site. Although I would fall into the pre-mil catagory, I appreciate your desire though to hit on the subject. I am progressive dispenstational, and know that classical dispensationalism hasn't done a good job either. I am reformed everywhere except Eschatology, mostly because I just haven't been convinced against the "Already and Not-Yet View." Again thank you though for your willingness to not shun the subject, I only ask that you continue to study and make sure that you stay teachable.
For His Glory and Our Pleasure,
Date: 3/19/02 5:05:01 PM
Just wanted to thank you for your web site. I used your piece on the alleged "seven deadly sins" to answer a question from a member of the church I serve.
In His Service
Date: 12/1/01 6:04:35 AM
Name: Christian Nanny
City: Richmond, Va.
Thanks for access to the wonderful writings. Will read more.
Just out of curiosity, as it had been on my mind and I prayed for the Lord to lead me to a new church closer to our home than present, do you know, in general, are 'reformed Christian' churches of the same mind as I read at your site? I will look in the phone book for one nearby, I was hoping for an assembly of God church but cannot find one close enough.
As I gave my life to Him, officially that is, in an assembly of God church, and HE was there and mightily, He is wonderful isn't He, I have been looking again for His presence in the church we attend.
I was saved originally at home. Much to relate to an honest believer in kind. Know Him firsthand and well.
Grace, Peace, Faith,
Date: 11/25/01 2:11:40 PM
I have just read most of your writtings on Dan 9. Being of Southern Baptist background this really was different, although I found your teaching made a great bit of sense. What does an Amill. believe about the rapture of the church? From what I have read it is that you believe that Israel and the church are the same. I would like to know what your doctrine of salvtion is and if the rapture isn't a part of your techings of prophecy what is our blessed hope in 1 Thess 4? I appreciate your studies. Karen
Date: 11/10/01 5:43:49 PM
Name: Ken Burris
I am currently studying the eschatology on your website. I find it very enlightening. I am also looking for a church in my area that has the same beliefs. If you know of one please let me know. I live in Texas. Or the Heart of Texas area. Thank-you for a fine website. Jesus is Lord.
Date: 11/6/01 12:48:22 PM
Name: Michael Ramsey
Dear Mr. Warren I would like to thank you for the article you published on Amillenialism. I am the pastor of a United Baptist church in Dayton Oh and I have long held the Amillenial view of scripture. It was with great joy I found your article as there is not much being printed or writen on the internet about this belief. I have run several copies of your article off to share with friends and brethern in Christ. I just felt it necessary to write you and thank you for your stand on the word of God. Thank you again and may God bless you in your writing of the truth.
Yours in Christ, Elder Mike Ramse
Date: 10/27/01 2:06:18 AM
Subject: James Arminius
Name: Andrew Chri Smith
Thanks for the quick and easy information about Arminius. It's just what I was after.
Date: 10/25/01 8:31:00 PM
I have just found this site and I am really very pleased by it. I especially love the theology forum. My only personal objection is the strong emphasis on "reformed" theology. I would grant that by "reformed" we are striving for correct understanding of biblical doctrine and interpretation, but that the emphasis has ALWAYS been on "correct" doctrine and interpretation. I can understand a personal affection for the historcal movement known as the reformation (the doctrines and the revolution of christian thinking) for I have my own personal love for the work that was performed in those days. Yet, this same period has its distinction in the context of history and not in the context of christianity. At its best, reformed can only mean correct doctrine, and that is only at its best. This period does not itself take precedence over what is the truly authoritative Word of God. It is what the believers have always strived for from the beginning until there will be no more believers, and then, where is the reform going to be? One can describe a doctrine as reformed, but one must always strive to be correct and accurate, and faithful to the Word of God. I hope you understand my objection and do not take it as an objection to your actual work.
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