Mike Richardson said:January 15, 2011 11:24 pm PST
I ran across your ebook on Love. I was preparing a message on Mark 12:28-34. Thanks for messing up my sermon. Now I have to re-evaluate everything I ever understood about agape and phileo. I can't preach what isn't true or is simply handed down. I have always felt something wasn't right about that but simply dismissed it as my lack of knowledge. Thanks for clearing it up. God bless!
F.J. Foster said:January 5, 2011 9:57 pm PST
I just finished your e-book on abortion. Absolutely the best I've ever read. I wonder how many of the so-called new atheists (There's really nothing new about them. They're just louder)who think they are naturalists don't know they really aren't. I'd be surprised if any of them have the backbone to publicly denounce abortion. I'm looking forward to reading more of your work.
Evgenia said:December 19, 2010 11:27 am PST
Dear sir, I have read your article about homosexuals and I thank God and you very much for it. It helped me to understand that homosexuals are born with that (sinful imprint). Coz I myself thought that it is a learned behavior.
But I started reading your second article, about sex and bible. And your are right that the Bible does not directly condem having several wives, but In Genesis we read that God made only one male and female in his image and blessed them (thus making the first family). This is the example for us on the matter. (Please review your views on this matter with prayer because you should teach people all the truth. You have writen yourself that it is the biggest crime to teach people wrong).
The same is about tithing.
May God bless you!
I found your site because I was searching for how to publish my latest book, a devotional. I believed that it should be an e-serial. And, like you, my plan is not to make money, but just to be a blessing. We're currently designing a web site to support that book and other things that God puts on my heart and the heart of my husband. We were blessed to read your e-book on the tithe. We had already come to the same conclusion as you, without all the supporting details. So we were really blessed. We too went from believers to unbelievers -- in evolution. We look forward to reading some of your other books. We have a very real concern for the church today. Your "Tithe" book addresses some of our concerns. But there's much more. We wonder if you have addressed the issue of people who have been inoculated against the faith, so they think they are Christians and are almost impossible to reach. BTW, we are in full-time faith ministry after many years of tent-making. And we live half time very near Bowling Green, VA--not KY. (The other half is in CA.)
We are praying for you and your ministry.