- In a message dated 9/13/2004 1:36:56 PM Eastern Daylight Time, ... Are you arguing here that the apostle John is the author of Lk 1:1-4? If so, I have missedMessage 1 of 43 , Sep 14, 2004View SourceIn a message dated 9/13/2004 1:36:56 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> I think it was John (apostle and evangelist himself) who must have beenAre you arguing here that the apostle John is the author of Lk 1:1-4? If so,
> to mention that he (Mark) had written 'akriboos' (accurately), but that his
> (historical order) was lacking in merit.
I have missed the part of the discussion wherein you made this case. I find
the idea doubtful in the extreme, but will keep an open mind till I have heard
your argument. Or did I mis-read your point entirely?
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- ... Dear Tom+, I m very pleased to see you here once again. Your book has been most helpful in teaching the layers of the fourth gospel. I ve given yourMessage 43 of 43 , Dec 23, 2004View SourceOn Dec 23, 2004, at 7:47 AM, pastor_t@... wrote:
> Hello Q Bee, Tobias and Old Friends from the J-Lit List,
> I am Thomas W. Butler. I have just re-joined this list after
> almost two years away. I am a United Methodist Pastor, having just
> made a transition from serving the First United Methodist Church of
> Tracy, California to being the Senior Pastor at Sparks United
> Methodist Church in Sparks, Nevada.
> I am the author of Let Her Keep It. Thank you, Q Bee, for
> recommending my book.
I'm very pleased to see you here once again.
Your book has been most helpful in teaching the layers of the fourth
gospel. I've given your address to several people and I hope they have
bought it from you. It had better stay in print so that I can continue
to send people your way. It is a very well crafted piece of work.
Peace and blessings to all. May you find the Christ in each person you
meet this Christmas season; and may you be the Christ to each of them.