Are they the "christian" equivalent of bin Laden?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Glenn Morton" <email@example.com>
To: "Asa@Calvin. Edu" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2001 5:39 AM
Subject: I am not an apostate.
> I just ran into a new site on the web where it is claimed that I am an
> apostate. I am and have been a Christian for 30+ years, I believe in the
> commonly held gospel that the way of salvation is through Jesus Christ.
> That being said, I am surprised to learn of what I consider a libelous and
> slanderous claim, that I am an apostate. It is to be found at
> which says:
> "Does the geologic column exist anywhere on Earth?
> (Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal article by John Woodmorappe,
> on creationist True Origins site, refuting claims by the apostate Glenn
> Morton) "
> I was aware of the claim by Russel Humphreys, that I was an "apostate
> which is in some restricted sense true--I used to be a creationist and I
> have left young-earth creationism. But it seems that Humphreys claim has
> encouraged Ken Ham's organization to drop the 'creationist' and just call
> an 'apostate'.
> I would ask for Answers in Genesis to remove these references to me being
> apostate from their web site and issue an apology to me for making things
> which are not true and indeed hurt my ability to sell any books or get my
> articles published in christian journals.
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