Once again I wish to take an opportunity to thank you for posting
my letter on your internet site. I cannot express how grateful I truly
am, nor can I begin to communicate how important this is to me and my
I received a letter from a Reverend John Dunnack who wished for a
clarification of the entire letter. I have enclosed my response to him
with this letter. I am sending it to you and Patricia Miller because I
feel that I may not have expressed myself as well as I could or should
have to either one of you.
I will be happy to answer any additional questions you may have in
regard to any issue over which you may be concerned.
Thank you for your response. I had to smile when I read your
remarks, for I have read so many disparaging comments concerning the
writing of the Book of Revelation.
This letter (Epistemic Confirmation) was originally drafted as a
philosophical treatise, as opposed to one of any religious
In fact, I did not begin to read the Bible until I had completed
this writing. (The few references within the text are merely
It is as though I have entered the Church (reality) though the
back door under cover of darkness. I did not go through the gate,
but rather over (or under) the fence.
I perfectly understand the nature of the inspiration that the
writers of the Bible are endowed with. It is as clear as day. Yet I
fully realize that, owing to human nature, the world is overwhelmed
with deceit and fraud, and I and my message will probably be
discounted. That is not my concern.
I have written about everything that was revealed to me. I have
added nothing which I did not know, nor have I detracted from
anything that I have not seen.
They are only my words; not my ideas.
Everything I have stated, in effect, leads me to conclude (to
know) that this person, Jesus, is the one he claims to be. I do not
base my conclusion on any manner of healings, miracles, or
resurrections. All of these have no bearing on my findings.
If I can be of further assistance, I will be glad to answer or
discuss anything that you might wish to address.
Merry Christmas, and thank you for writing.