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Reply beyondtradition
3:17 PM on March 8, 2012 
Hey Timothy,

Sorry I took so long to get back to you but I apparently didn't get your messages in my email, other than your last one. But in regards to the eight: I was referring to the family of Noah. Of course, I made that point on the assumption that it was a historical event, which I believe it was. But the point was that other measures needed to be accomplished on a spiritual level to correct the problem of evil other than just wiping it out all together and starting over from scratch every time the evil got out of control.
Reply Timothy
3:17 AM on March 8, 2012 
Hello,

Yeah, it's me again. I see you haven't updated for a month now... hope everything's all good. I would to talk when you get back. Thanks :)
Reply Timothy
3:49 AM on February 20, 2012 
Hello,

Yeah, I made a typo, sorry - I meant FAQ #13 option 2.
Reply Timothy
3:44 AM on February 20, 2012 
Hello,

I'm a former Christian, now an Atheist (long story), who has become somewhat disillusioned with Atheism's ability (or lack thereof) to satisfactorily explain the nature of this world and I've recently started to turn back to Christianity (which is actually how I found your site today). I just spent a good part of the past two hours reading and studying your five-part work on explaining the resurrection (something I've admittedly had problems with) and I wish to both applaud and thank you for such a well-researched, well thought-out and well put together argument in favour of the validity and veracity of the resurrection; one that I believe many of my most ardent Atheist friends would have a hard time countering. I then moved on to the site's FAQ/Skeptical Arguments section (also very impressive) and I so far have only one question - in FAQ #13, option 3 you wrote "If God were to take one million of the most morally superior people and set them on another planet, rest assured, within one to two millenniums the misery and suffering would continue just the same. Apparently he tried it with eight people, so this certainly wouldn't work with a million, or even a dozen". Forgive my ignorance, but I've never heard anything about God taking eight people and putting them on a separate planet to supposedly test their moral fortitude and ability to withstand the temptation to sin or do ill against one another; could you please elaborate? Feel free to email me at the address given as I do not wish to use your guestbook as a chat forum; I only posted here as I could see no other means of contact. Also, please know that I am sincere in my approach; not a "troll". I simply endeavour to finally learn the truth.

Thanking you in advance for your time,

Timothy.
Reply Patrick
8:15 PM on February 3, 2012 
Hello Sean, I really enjoyed your "She - Seed" article. I've often wondered about the apparent discrepancies between Matthew and Lukes geneology accounts. The adoption scenario indeed seems plausible. Leverite marriages were a big deal in God's eyes (no doubt, He knew Satan would attempt to destroy the promise of the abrahamic seed/ scepter who would arise out of Judah. Thanks for the insights! Blessings, Patrick
Reply Katoikei
2:49 PM on October 28, 2011 
Hi there. I noticed you're in a discussion with some of the TWC trolls and wondered if you were aware that there is a very good discussion about this in BL301 - Just search for 1 Corinthians 15:52 There's a very good development of the Greek and some fine commentary. If you'd like a link, write me at my email address and I can hook you up. Peace, Eric.
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Reply Eric J. Sawyer
8:45 PM on July 19, 2011 
Thanks for your right-on-the-button comment - http://www.theologyweb.com/campus/showthread.php?147266-Thread-st
atistics-of-the-use-of-insults-name-calling&p=3261368#post3261368
Peace,
Eric J. Sawyer
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