In a message dated 07/08/2002 11:34:55 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
<< Finally, recommending a 7th day adventist book, Allen writes: "He also
> proposes that the Bible is, for the most part, a Case book and not just a
> Code book."
> An interesiting thought. I might agree.
Does it really matter if the book was published by an SDA publishing
company, it the points raised may have some validity? Is there something so
inherently wrong with being SDA that it must be labeled? Is it something to
be afraid of in a world of freedom of thought and expression?
I will vouch for Alden Thompson's book (Inspiration; Hard Questions, Honest
Answers. 1991, Review and Herald Publishing Company) as being one worthy of
the time spent reading it.
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