Re: The forgotten verses

From: D. F. Siemens, Jr. (
Date: Thu Jun 05 2003 - 15:33:33 EDT

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    I find your reference to MacArthur interesting. I had "Johnnie" in class
    many years ago. I also knew Don Householder, his predecessor as pastor.
    My daughter was in his congregation some years back when he announced
    that there was no adequate commentary on one of the epistles (I forget
    which one), but that the lack would soon be remedied by the release of
    his commentary.

    Filling out the statement you cite, God created a universe which must
    mislead all men who honestly study it. This means that his deity fits my
    Lord's description of the devil in John 8:44.

    On Sat, 14 Jun 2003 23:25:47 -0400 Walter Hicks
    <> writes:
     John MacArthur quite simply states that "science" is good for
    understanding what we observe --- but it is 100% invalid for past
    extrapolation. His position is that God created the world (with the
    history built in) some 10K Years ago (AND THAT "IS ALL SHE WROTE")
    I don't buy it, but it is indistinguishable from your position, unless
    you can propose one as an alternative.

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