Re: Did Peter walk on water?

From: Walter Hicks (wallyshoes@mindspring.com)
Date: Thu Sep 26 2002 - 23:06:55 EDT

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    Can I believe my computer screen?

    There goes Burgy's welcome up here in Kenedyland. There will be border guards
    posted to prevent any visits to the Commonwealth! ;-)

    Walt

    Hmmm, What does "<G>" mean??

    John Burgeson wrote:

    > My somewhat conservative friend, Terry Gray, commented:
    >
    > "I don't quite understand the reservation in acknowledging that Peter (and
    > Jesus) "actually, physically, historically" walked on the water."
    >
    > If Terry doesn't mind having one of his more liberal brethern <G> join with
    > him, I'd like to do so. I assume as factual that account, the Cana wedding
    > feast, etc. To suggest otherwise does, in these two cases at least, seem to
    > rob the scriptures of authenticity.
    >
    > OK Terry, get off the floor. I'm leaving now.
    >
    > Burgy
    >
    > www.burgy.50megs.com
    >
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