Letters on the Mountain!
Date: 11/15/99 8:32:10 PM
Subject: Your Site
I've been visiting your site, and I am so thrilled by your articles. I'm working on a webpage right now, and I would love to place links to some of them if you would allow me. Your email address looks familiar to me, and I'm not sure if I've spoken with you before.
Since my actual page isn't up yet, here's the link to my church. http://www.ecr.net/gbc . You may have already seem that site. I'm not sure, but you seem to believe the Rapture/end-times like we do.
You are a very good writer, and I'm getting so much from your work. I would like to share it with others who visit my site.
Date: 10/19/99 4:51:43 PM
Name: Ruth Antwine
wow, yes!, oh boy. i just had the PLEASURE of reading your paper entitled 2Thess 2---yes! i am exicted. i loved it. the insight was amazing. i learned of the idea its not A anti-christ but many and they come from within. the idea that it isnt any one guy is a relief really. i saw many other things i never really looked close at before too. wow. this was refreshing. im looking forward to looking thru more of your papers but i really needed to drop you a line letting you know it ministered in a great way. its so diffuclt anymore to find "plain teaching". Ilove the Word and i love God, im not a fanatic tho--just bubbly exicted by this. it was a great morning---again, thank you---ruth
Date: 10/6/99 2:46:41 AM
Subject: Thank You
Thank you for a job well done on your Christian music midi page. I visit it often to listen to these great hymns you have put here. It is a blessing.
Date: 9/30/99 5:55:40 PM
Name: Tim Gwin
Thank you for your faithfulness with the Mountain Retreat. I have gleaned much Biblical info from both the site and the board. I have learned much in regards to what the Bible has to say about the end times. I am a first year seminary student. What a blessing it is. My question is have you ever studied Francis Turretin. In my systematic theology classes we are using his Eclentics, Vol. one. The concepts are not difficult but the language and style of the translation are given me a hard time. Do you have any suggestions for studying works by our reformed fathers?
Also, thanks for the post on "abomination of desolation", I found it most helpful.
Date: 9/13/99 11:16:15 AM
Subject: Temple Study
Name: Bill Grimes
I scanned with interest your study of the prophecies concerning the temple. I plan to read it more thoroughly shortly. I must say, I've never seen anything like it.
At our church, we have endured an onslaught from a gang of full preterists who say that in Matthew 24, Jesus prophesied, not only the destruction of the temple and the city of Jerusalem but also of His Second Coming to include the resurrection of the dead and the Great White Throne Judgment. They constantly harp on the time statements such as "this generation shall not pass away until all these thing be fulfilled."
It is clear from your study that you don't think that this prophecy concerns the literal temple. How do you interpret the rest of the passage? What exactly was supposed to happen before that generation died out?
Thanks for your time & look forward to your answer.
Yours in our Strong Savior,
Date: 9/11/99 12:57:21 AM
Subject: Manard P.S.
Name: Tony Montano
P.S. I sent Manard your writings (Via Snail-mail):
The Israel of God &
The Timing of the Rapture
"It would weary me at this moment to write a point by point refutation of each of these, though in theory a difficult task it would not be."
Any thoughts would be appreciated. Do you know of any good reviews of Ryrie's "Dispensationalism" on the Web?
In Christ, Tony
Date: 9/8/99 1:38:51 AM
Subject: Rev 20
Coming from a missionary baptist background, I fought the soverignty of God. but when I started studying the doctrines of grace for myself I realized the error of my ways. I learned to listen to as many interpretations as possible before making a decision on what to believe.I'm now worshiping aright. I'm sending some of your material to a friend in the UK. He has been trying to sell me on premillenialism ever since he found out I was an amillenialists. Pray with me that God gives him ears to hear.I hope you will . regards,
Date: 9/6/99 10:15:06 PM
Subject: Your Web Site
Name: Duane E. Miller
I have been doubly blessed this day to have found your site via Pastor Bacon's exposition "The NIV: Simply a Bad Translation." I am excited that I may come under further teaching of the faithful presentation of God's Word. Essentially, I am unchurched for a lack of biblically faithful congregations in the Salem/Canton/Youngstown area. They are either Arminian, freewill, charismatic, Romish, or have come under the headship of women. Tried a PCA congregation not too long ago and found myself under the instruction of a woman in Bible class and the worship service preceeded by a praise service. What am I to do? There are plenty of PCUSA Presbyterian churches and ELCA Lutheran churches in the area, but they have joined together and are moving to un-Reformation with Rome. In fact there are congregations in both of these denominations exchanging pulpits with the local RC parishes. Even though it may not be scriptural (and I believe Pastor Bacon teaches against it) I am moving towards electronic fellowship and worship. Not very uplifting, but at least I am able to come under the hearing of the Word rightly divided. Thanks for you site, I hope to use it for myself and to share in evangelism.
Date: 9/4/99 10:15:06 PM
Subject: Your Millennial Study
Name: Robert Leclaire
Sir, I just finished reading your eschatology series and I was thoroughly impressed with the biblical manner in which you approach the scriptures. Thanks to you and other faithful authors like David Engelsma and Lee Irons I have gained a whole new perspective of the issue. Having once believed in the Premillennial position, I am grateful for sites such as this one which prod us to search the scriptures and take heed to what they say. Bless you and your ministry.
Date: 9/1/99 10:18:10 AM
Subject: The One True Holy Catholic Church
Name: Mary Philip
As a catholic, I don't agree with your teachings. You wouldn't even have the bible if not for us. Our church is the authority, and what you teach is rebellion against the Holy Father. I respect your sincerity, but you should listen to the teachings of the catholic church for it is the pillar and ground of the truth, not the bible. Our church leaders decided what was bible and what was not, and you can't take that away from us, as you took other books away. Repent and we'll welcome you back to the one true church.
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