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Conservative and Liberal Exchange Barbs Over UM Promotion Of Anti-Christian, Pagan Scholar


From: The Original RAMTIN  ramtin@hotmail.com
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2001 10:17 PM 
To: HonorMom@aol.com
Subject: Exchange on UCM page re: borg lecture

Your comment on the exchange regarding the borg lecture to the DSW Conference stated that, in your opinion, Christ was not served in any manner by the exchange or the broadcast of it. I certainly respect your right to express your opinion. However, I am aware that many do not see the difference in TRUTH and error. Many, and perhaps you are one, think that "truth" is merely relative, depending upon ones point of view, or the questions one asks, etc. I, on the other hand, subscribe to the idea that TRUTH is JESUS CHRIST--a real, living person who has forever changed life in this universe...whether one believes Him or not. TRUTH is non-negotiable. TRUTH is eternal. TRUTH is always in service of Christ, INDEED! That one fails to discern this does not make it any less so.

Might I suppose that you believe that "Christ is served" by the scores, yea, thousands of uMeth. adherents who swallow anything (except TRUTH) that comes along as "true" and good and profitable for teaching and learning? Come on, honored mom, wake up! The world is perishing and you're whining about someone's stand for Christ not serving Him. Maybe you should reread the New Testament and consider how many times error was pointed out...by Jesus, by Paul, by Peter, etc. and consider if "Christ was served" in those instances. It is wimpish, spineless attitudes that have delivered the "church" to the state it is in now. Get over it.

Martin W. Corie
A SERVANT of Jesus Christ


From: HonorMom@aol.com
Sent: Saturday, March 03, 2001 12:10 PM 
To: ucmpage@ucmpage.org
Subject: Re: Corie v. Felton barbs

I don't think this exchange, nor the broadcast of it, serves Christ in any manner.

Arlene Lehto

"Life is not always based on the answers we receive, but also on the questions that we ask." (from a story by Christy Carter Koski)

 

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