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Date: 10/18/00 3:06:57 AM
Subject: Feedback
Name: Time2know
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    Hi,
I just read your article on " The Apocryphal Books" , it is very good. My thought is has anyone written to the current pope and urged him to put an end to this continual debate on these books. My feeling is the pope wants to do something before he dies and this would certainly make a huge difference for those of us who are trying to teach non believers. This is a basic argument used by Mormons as they teach the Bible cannot be trusted. Do I have your permission to submit your article with my own personal letter of appeal? What do you think?
Peace,


 
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Date: 8/30/00 6:14:21 PM
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Name: Bob Mortimer
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    Been looking for a web site with sound biblical teachings on eschatology, and I think I've found one. I come from a methodist background, and a few years ago found the truth in the doctrines of grace of Reformed theology. We all have to do our part to open the eyes of those I left behind. Glad to see you are doing your part.


 
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Date: 7/18/00 3:28:40 PM
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Name: Jim Koehler   Emailjkoehler@nlcomm.com
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    In all my years, I had never heard nor read a dissertation on amillenialism. Coming out of atheism, I started in the dispensationalism of a baptist church, and later read (with disapproval) the thoughts of postmillenialism. Basically, I had rejected all thoughts about the millenium and concentrated on "watch" and "occupy" as my escatological position.I want to thank you for your scholarly work and tell you that it makes a great deal more sense than either of the other two.


 
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Record: 30
Date: 7/16/00 2:00:38 AM
Subject: Your claim about Jesus's "brothers"
Name: Dean Clerc   Emaildclerc@mail.win.org
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    Dear sir,

Who are you to make such a statement. The entire basis of your argument about whether or not Jesus had brothers is based upon your claim:

"And the scriptures use the Greek word [suggenes] or [suggeneia] when referring to kinsman, relatives, or cousins, not [adelphos] Brethren."

Many biblical scholars would take issue with your statement. I see nothing on your site, regardiing how the scriptures intended the word "adelphos" to be used/interpreted, that substantiates your claim.

Thank you for your time,

Dean


 
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Record: 29
Date: 7/5/00 3:22:59 PM
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Name: The Templeton Family
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    Dear Tony,

I just noticed that there is no biographical info on the M R website about you or your denominational affiliations, if any. I don't know if you're independent, PCA, Reformed Baptist, or what have you. If any of this info is on the site, please direct me.

You are obviously very solid doctrinally. I've been reading the articles and Message board threads, and have been enjoying the discussions. I'm a former Arminian, raised in a Southern Baptist church, and confronted with Calvinism at a So. Baptist college. It was there, while trying desparately to disprove the doctrine, that I came by God's Grace to "see the light." Needless to say, I have been in some very heated discussions ever since, and find myself in the present-day great minority of Reformed believers. But I'll never return to "wallowing in the mire" of Arminianism, God willing.

Thanks,

Mark Templeton


 
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Date: 7/4/00 2:57:44 PM
Subject: Abomination of Desolation
Name: Jim Raisler
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    I really enjoyed your study on above mentioned subject. I would like to know how we are to interpet Luke 21:20? I always assumed it was a parallel to Mark13 and Matthew24 and Luke was just providing the meaning of the Abomination of Desolation. Thanks for your time. Yours is one of my favorite sites and I feel blessed from the teaching you provide.

In Christ,

Jim Raisler


 
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Date: 7/3/00 2:10:11 AM
Subject: Premillennialism
Name: Sam Jennings
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    Hi,

I just want to say that there are many fine Theologians who think that premillennialism is a valid eschatological view. We are not saved or saved based on our eschatological view, as I'm sure you would agree.

Great site, love the Midi.

Sammy


 
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Date: 6/16/00 1:13:21 AM
Subject: Thank You!
Name: Jeanine
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    Hi,

I just want to thank you for standing on the Word of God and proclaiming His Truth. I have not gotten through most of your site yet, but I linked to it when I was looking for a web site that taught the amillenialist belief. There are times when I begin to think that there aren't any people out in this world who belief what the Holy Scriptures say. Not many churches who even want to discuss or teach anything but premillenialism. May the Lord Jesus open their eyes and ears to hear and see the Truth.

May the Lord continue to bless you and to give you wisdom to rightly divide the Word of God as you continue in your faith and the maintenance of this website.

God Bless,
Jeanine


 
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Date: 6/3/00 5:16:47 PM
Subject: Rapture
Name: Corey West
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Comments:
    Tony

You did a fantastic job on addressing the so called rapture, there appears not to be very many Christians left that do not believe in a pre-trib rapture. It seems to me that the so called pre-trib rapture theology is part of the strong delusion?! It even looks to me that Ezekiel prophesized that these teachings would go forth in Ezekiel 13:?! And our Father is not very happy with those teachings. Is not the parable of the 10 virgins addressing peoples that are Christian today? And half of them go apostate because for the most part they thought that they did not have to deal with Antichrist and his tribulation?! Because they were told that they were going to fly away, this fly away theory to a student that follows the subject and object of the chapters of the Bible is just so ridiculous, but then I guess that is the sign to Gods children that are not under strong delusion that Gods Word is true!

    Keep up the good works.

Corey God Bless


 
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Date: May 23, 2000 at 15:34 [EST]
Subject: Feedback
Name: Byron Loyd
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    I have found your site to be wonderfully informative. I was raised premil and for the last several years I have been led in the Word to a more amil thought. Keep up the good work. Thanks.


 
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