Letters on the Mountain!
Date: Fri Nov 28 15:28:11 2003
Subject: Biblical Theology and Eschatol
When I first came to this site I was anti-Covenant theology, but after reading all these great articles and considering the scripture references they provide, I have come to not only see the truth of it, but to embrace it as my own. Thanks for a great teaching platform.
Date: Tue Oct 28 10:43:17 2003
Name: Rick Leclaire
I have enjoyed reading some of your articles at the Reformed Christian Bible Studies web page. Could you please answer a few questions for me. Would you recommend any books which clearly present every aspect of the amillennial viewpoint from Scripture in the way that you are doing it in your articles. I ask because your articles have been the most in-depth and easiest to follow out of all the books and other articles I have read in the past on this subject.
Thanks for your help. I look forward to hearing from you.
Date: Sun Sep 14 16:33:12 2003
Subject: Biblical Timeline
Name: David Pinkston
To whom it may concern,
I am a student and was doing a search on Google for a Biblical time line for a study of the chronology of the earth that I am doing. Your Paper entitled "The Biblical Time line of Creation" came up first, and I must say that I was very excited with what I read. It's a very well done paper, and opened my eyes about many things which I had misunderstood about biblical history.
I just wanted to thank you for this fine work, recommend it to everyone, and encourage you to keep up the good work. You opened up new avenues of thought for me and shed light on how we are to understand genesis.
Date: Thu Aug 28 15:07:17 2003
Subject: Calvinists Not Evangelical
Very extensive and interesting website. What I find really interesting in some of your articles is that you seem to be evangelical, while most calvinists shun evangelism. Your site is not typically stauggy calvinist, and that's a good thing.
Do you really think that predestination means God predetermined all things beforehand? How do you deal with the passages which show we must be obedient, and that whosoever will?
Date: Fri Aug 22 23:12:14 2003
City: Detroit, Michigan
First I would like to tell you that you have a great web site. You have lots of helpful information. Recently I was looking for sites that held the historicist interpretation of prophecy. I came to a site called harvest herald. When I explored the site and read what they had to say they totally screwed up what I beleive. The one view I find myself unable to defend to them is that hell is eternal and people who are cast into the lake of fire will never rest. I find myself starting to also beleive in annihilation of the wicked since I can't really find any description of hell that fit my view besides the parable of the Rich man and Lazurus. Can you help clear this matter up for me. It's really effecting the way I read the bible and interpret it and now it's not making as much sense. Thanks and God bless.
Date: Wed Aug 20 16:22:45 2003
Subject: Todays prophets
I'm disappointed to read your writing on todays prophets. from your writing you do not believe that God still speaks to his children, that we do not hear him speaking to us, leading us, calling us to ministry.
God still speaks to his believers, not the unbelievers. there are prophets today speaking Gods word, not what they've memorised from the Holy Bible, but speaking the words God has given them
Date: Mon Aug 18 19:10:23 2003
Subject: FEAST OF TABERNACLES ARTICLE
Some of your Feast of Tabernacles article was convincing but when you get to the Last Great Day being the 8th day, in my opinion, you are totally off base. The day Christ was talking about was the 7th day of the FOT. The eighth day is a totally different feast. I can only assume you get the Last Great Day from the WCG but it was never called that in the bible. It is Shimini Atzeret.
Also, I can find no basis for Sunday being the new Sabbath. The Sabbath has been the 7th day of the week since the beginning.
Some friends and I have bible studies on the true Sabbath and I will offer your article as a study this week. Should make for interesting conversation. I find some things thought provoking and plan to thoroughly check into the complete article.
Thank you for taking the time to post your opinion.
Date: Sat Aug 16 05:37:39 2003
Subject: Reformed Theology
Name: Rose Mason
City: Kansas City, Mo.
I didn't know much about the Reformed view of Christianity and the concept of biblical theology vs. modernist theology until recently, and now I cannot get enough of reading all these great articles. I can see how far theology has slid over the last few years. Now I know the difference between christian articles and biblical christian articles.
Thanks for your wonderful site resources and informative search.
Please keep up the good work.
Date: Wed Aug 13 12:46:35 2003
Subject: Reformed vs dispensationalism
In the Gospel of Matthew there are three aspects of the Kingdom of the Heavens.
1) Chapters 5-7 concern the reality of the kingdom which is established within the spirit of all believers as a result of the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus. When believers walk according to their regenerated spirit (John 3:3,5,6; 4:24) they are right now in the reality of the Kingdom of the Heavens
2) Chapter 13 is concerning the mere appearance of the Kingdom as is seen in degraded Christiandom
and indicated by the evil birds leaven and tares and the great tree.
3)Chapter 24 shows the manifestation of the Kingdom when Christ shall appear and establish His earthly Kingdom through Isreal over the whole earth and in which the overcoming believers will be manifested as Christ's co-kings to reign on the earth. After this period of time will come the eternal new heaven and new earth
Date: Thu Aug 7 03:58:52 2003
Subject: Abomination of desolation
I have read your discussion of the abomination of desolation, as well as others on the net. I am thinking that this week's validation of the homosexual bishop in the church may be that which Jesus spoke about. It appears to fit all the criteria. May we be watching and understand as Christ instructed. And let us cling more closely to him, filling our lamps with oil, knowing that our redemption is drawing nigh.
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