Re: [asa] Converse with Scholars tonight at 8PM

From: Michael Roberts <>
Date: Fri Mar 09 2007 - 02:27:43 EST

Does Janice think it is ok for people to misrepresent others?

As I see it those ultra-evangelicals seem to break the 9th commandment whenever they talk about creation, global warming or whether those like Peacocke are actually Christian.

I find this lack of moral integrity impossible to cope with

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: George Murphy
  To: ASA list
  Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2007 10:34 PM
  Subject: Re: [asa] Converse with Scholars tonight at 8PM

  The statement attributed to me below did not reflect my views accurately. This attribution was also published in a letter to PSCF, as was my reply which can be found at . (Note also the typo - which may have been my fault - in the 1st reference: The title of my column mentioned there was "Miracles - Burden or (not of) Blessing."

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Janice Matchett
    Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2007 11:29 AM
    Subject: [asa] Converse with Scholars tonight at 8PM

    In light of the discussion about miracles that occurs on this list from time to time (see *example below), I thought some of you might be interested in this "Converse with Scholars" program tonight.

    *Example: "... The last 2000 years of church history contain hundreds of examples. Cf. "In Defense of Miracles: A Comprehensive Case for God's Action in History", R. Douglas Geivett and Gary R. Habermas, I V Press, 1997, reviewed in PSCF Vol 50,#2, 1998, page 149 , and "Eternity in Their Hearts", Don Richardson, Regal Books, 1981. I can remember George Murphy, on this list, expressing discomfort with miracles, and in one communication saying that he could accept the miracle of the ressurection but not much else." ~ Robert Miller ( Wed, 16 Jun 1999 15:23:04 -0700 Subject: Spirit

    ~ Janice
    P ower up your computers for a special 2-hour Converse with Scholars program on Thursday, March 8th at 8 PM EST!

    Our first hour will feature a special presentation on the Talpiot tomb by renowned scholar, author, and speaker Gary R. Habermas. Don't miss this opportunity to hear today's leading authority on the resurrection!

    A bonus hour will feature three distinguished panelists--Michael R. Licona, Robert M. Bowman, Jr., and Daniel B. Wallace--who will respond to Gary's comments, share their own insights, and answer your questions about the latest media craze surrounding Jesus!

    Parchment & Pen - a Theology Blog
    Jesus Tomb on Converse with Scholars: Mike Licona, Dan Wallace, Robert Bowman and Gary Habermas (UPDATED!!) ~ C Michael Patton ~

    LIVE, ONLINE, the Thursday Evening. Come discuss the Jesus Tomb with the Scholars.

    Considering all of the attention that has been given to the supposed Jesus Tomb special that was aired Sunday night, we have decided to devote this week's Converse with Scholars to the subject. Thursday night we will be welcoming Mike Licona, Dan Wallace, Robert Bowman, and Gary Habermas to discuss this issue.

    This will be a two hour special where Habarmas will give an hour long presentation then we will have a panel discussion between Dan Wallace, Mike Licona, and Robert Bowman. I have invited Paul Copan to join us as well . . . we will see!

    If you have yet to attend a Converse with Scholars, you are really missing out. You actually get to talk to the scholar live online from the comfort of your own home. The issues being discussed are those which every Christian needs to be aware as these are opportunities for us to share the most important event in history-the resurrection of Christ. It will certianly be a night devoted to resurrection apologetics. Come learn how to defend Christ's resurrection.

    Invite all your friends and family to this special event.

    Find out more here. Notice, we will be meeting on Connection Gate, not Paltalk.

    C Michael Patton on 06 Mar 2007 | Converse With Scholars & Theological News | Comments (0)

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