Letters on the Mountain!
Date: 12/27/00 8:16:03 AM
Subject: Your Web Page
Name: Kirby Rials
City: Power Springs, Ga.
Dear Mountain Retreat,
Enjoyed your web page, particularly the article on the apocrypha. Could I reference your link on our web site? Wanted to let you know also about our web page, dedicated to explaining protestant theology to those from Catholic and Orthodox backgrounds: http://www.orthodoxlight.homestead.com
If you could include a link to our page on yours we would appreciate it. The issues discussed on our site include:
The seven ecumenical councils
Prayer to saints
Holy/unholy meeting places and others
There is a general tract for giving to Orthodox/Catholic inquirers you are free to use. This is also translated into Russian. Links to pertinent sites are also included.
Powder Springs, GA
Date: 12/22/00 1:23:28 AM
Subject: The New Testament Sabboth Day
Name: Tim Wilson
Dear Mr. Warren,
I read your article and I think it's awesome! I've not been real clear about Sunday Sabbath, and that has bothered me, but after reading the article it's crystal clear now. It's funny how I have looked at other old testament issues and understood the "shadow" concept, but It never occured to me to apply it to the Sabbath. Thanks again for shedding light on this! And for using scriptures to explain it.
Date: 11/3/00 12:16:07 AM
Name: David Plooster
To all involved in the Mountain Retreat site. I thank God for your wonderful website. This site has been a great help in truly understanding God's word.
Psa 43:3 O send out thy light and thy truth: let them lead me; let them bring me unto thy holy hill, and to thy tabernacles.
Date: 10/27/00 11:31:06 PM
Subject: Eschatology Series Revelation Chapter 20
I enjoyed reading the millennial Reign. This is the first time I have found this explaned like this. This is the way I have been taugh all my life. Just never seen it down in print. Do you have other writings on the other chapters of revelation? I would like to have a whole commentary on revelation and the whole Bible. I am "Baptist". I live close to the town of Cumming, Ga. 90% of the small Baptist Churches in this area share this view of revelation. Our Church was started in 1881.
Yours in Christ
Date: 10/22/00 3:21:22 PM
Name: Carl Melin
Tony Warren: I really like the way you write, EXCEPT YOU ARE DEAD WRONG. I'm talking about the rapture, I am not going to elaborate, if the BIBLE can't show you then there is no use for me to even try! I actually am mad, and feel sorry for you, and don't understand why you are so blind. Another thing is why you think the church and Israel are the same elite group!! God has two elite groups of people (#1 THE CHURCH) (#2 ISRAEL) oh well what's the use. I just had to give my opinion. I hope you receive your sight back soon. I will pray for you and your eyes.
Date: 10/18/00 3:06:57 AM
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?
Date: 8/30/00 6:14:21 PM
Name: Bob Mortimer
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.
Date: 7/18/00 3:28:40 PM
Name: Jim Koehler
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.
Date: 7/16/00 2:00:38 AM
Subject: Your claim about Jesus's "brothers"
Name: Dean Clerc
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,
Date: 7/5/00 3:22:59 PM
Name: The Templeton Family
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.
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