From: Josh Bembenek (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Sep 09 2003 - 15:33:15 EDT
I would second this statement, even though I've been swamped trying to
organize a trial-run set for this saturday of my seminar, set up a time to
discuss with my pastor and the leadership why Ken Ham is not a good idea,
speak to others in the body who feel the same way, etc. and haven't had time
to express the appreciation of all the resources. Many of the resources are
in use to articulate the problem and speak to the audiences involved here.
By the way, regarding attitudes of YEC, in particular AiG, someone at my
church forwarded me this link to help me prepare for my class.
" Sadly, this is the ‘virus’ that infects much of the church. Church leaders
and thus church members have, by and large, developed a way of thinking that
accepts many aspects of what the ‘world’ teaches concerning billions of
years, evolution etc., and that reads these ideas into God’s Word.
The ‘world’ then views the church as not believing God’s Word as written,
but as accepting the ‘world’s’ theories as truth and reinterpreting God’s
Word to fit. Thus, the ‘world’ does not really have a respect for the Bible
and generally does not listen to the message of the Gospel that is preached
from this book. "
What principle was it that Jesus said hung all the laws of all the prophets?
I guess I'm virus infected.
>From: John W Burgeson <email@example.com>
>Date: Tue, 9 Sep 2003 10:12:12 -0600
>Thanks to so many who responded (and are responding) to my requests, both
>on the list and off-line.
> Thanks to
>(hope I did not miss someone)
>I appreciate you all. Things are coming together.
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