Letters on the Mountain!
Date: Sun Feb 8 16:45:18 2004
How could you be so cruel and heartless as to suggest that little animals don't go to heaven, or that babies are not sinless? This is why you fundamentalists have people leaving your churches in droves. Where is the love and compassion.
You said our comments and suggestions are welcomed, well here's my suggestion. Get a heart and stop being so judgmental. Stop talking about hell and expound upon God's love. And for your own sake, stop telling people that babies have sin, because that's just plain stupid!
Date: Wed Feb 4 19:10:27 2004
City: North Carolina
I know you probably hear this a lot, but just want to say how much I appreciate your writings. They are always tremendous encouragement to me, and I'm sure many others. Your articles on the Reformed Amillennial perspective are informative and inspirational and I have sent most of your writings to friends. This site has been such a blessing.
Thank you for all your concern for people, and your work in sound hermeneutics.
Date: Fri Jan 23 08:48:06 2004
Subject: Support for amillennialism
Name: Cliff Fraser
This is the first time I am using the feedback area to communicate with you. I have found two papers which dovetail and amplify beautifully your list of eschatology articles. They are:
1. Amillennialism by Anthony Hoekema, the author of the great book "The Bible and the Future". It can be accessed at, www.the-highway.com/amila_Hoekema.html This is a woundrous piece.
2. 2. Is the Pretribulation Rapture Biblical? by Brian Schwertley. This reference can be found at www.graceonlinelibrary.org/Full.asp?ID=40 This article not only sheds clear light on the falacies but gives some enlightening history of the pretrib theory.
Thanks for the loving and devoted work you do
Cliff Fraser MD
Date: Fri Jan 9 17:06:04 2004
Name: Ben Morgan
City: California, Usa
For the last few days I have been reading through the eschatology section of your website and I am simply astounded at the clarity with which you expound on the book of Revelation. I've always been confused by the symbolism of this book, and the many different interpretations I have read only served to confuse me more by their inconsistency, but your papers have brought it all home to me. So just wanted to offer my feedback and say thanks. Your articles have helped me tremendously, and I can't wait to read your other studies. Very enlightening. God bless you.
Date: Thu Jan 8 14:40:43 2004
Name: Bob Hraba
City: Greenest State In The Land Of
Agreed, Marian Doctrines are a stumbling block to most Protestants. After years of reading I noted that most denominations were unified on one point, ie:Catholicism is Error Incarnate.
However, as to the basic doctrines, a website called catholicanswers.com, which has a handy sidebar with each topic covered shows that the doctrines which Protestants most revile(including the mother of all bugaboos) ie:the equality of Scripture and Tradition, versus Sola Scriptura I found tobe acceptable if for no other reason than this: It shows these doctrines were written way back in Apostolic times by credentialed Fathers of the Church which, right OR wrong, DOES accurately reflect what the Church at Rome believed back when there were still Apostles and their immediate disciples around to refute them.
Date: Thu Dec 25 19:41:39 2003
I mean no disrespect, as this is a wonderful site. But I thought this was a good conservative site until I came across your stance against Dispensationalism. I don't know why you are against this teaching, but you really need to look into it further before saying that it is unbiblical and based on supposition. That's a serious charge. I would recommend reading some of the literature written by Dr. John F. Walvoord. You will find that this is a solid theology.
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?
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