Posts Tagged ‘about this site’
You should get your facts straight
Question: You mentioned (in Is “Christian” supposed to be “natsarim”?) that the New Testament wasn’t written in Hebrew. That’s partially true, as Epiphanius and others have documented there was a Hebrew Matthew. Then you mentioned that Christian was a valid term based on the assumption that the New Testament wasn’t written in Hebrew. Uhm, the…Read More
Thanks for the article “Lies Pornography Tells Men”
Question: Thank you for taking the time to write the article titled “Lies Pornography Tells Men.” I have been open quite often (maybe even too much, thinking transparency will help me) about an ongoing struggle with pornography since my late teens (I’m now in my late fifties). Any of the ramifications that God puts forth…Read More
I’m using your illustrations in an adult Bible study
Question: I want to thank you and bless you for posting these Bible illustrations on the internet. I am teaching a class for adults who know next to nothing about the Bible and did not grow up with these wonderful stories of our fathers in the faith. I am using three each of Joseph, Moses,…Read More
How do you find so many people to post such in-depth articles daily?
Question: While surfing the net, I discovered your postings. I read them with great interest. Are you affiliated with any particular church denomination? How can you find so many qualified people to post on-target and in-depth articles daily? I doubt they have a full-time job anywhere else. Answer: The church is not part of a…Read More
Good points made!
Question: I found a sermon on the site entitled “Ten Rules for Improving the Church”. I just wanted to let you know that I found it to be very helpful, and have passed it along to others. You had really good points in there! Answer: I am glad to hear that you found it useful.Read More
I want to apologize for using your lessons without giving credit
Question: Good morning, I have used some of your sermon outlines and it was pointed out to me that I was not giving the authors of the sermons credit. I sometimes tweak them and sometimes have just followed the outline. I have been accused of plagiarism for doing this. That was not my intention. I…Read More
If you knew Hebrew, you would see more than what is stated in the translations
Question: In reference to Is “Christian” supposed to be “natsarim”? “Your friend likes to think of himself as superior because he knows a little bit of Hebrew. As you noted, the Bible proves his various positions wrong. Knowledge of God’s teaching does not require knowing Hebrew or Greek. You can understand what God said by reading…Read More
You are one of my most visited sites when I am studying for my classes
Question: Hello, I just wanted to thank you again for your website. I loved the articles, especially the answers on the Sabbath day. You are one of my most visited sites when I am studying for my classes. I would love it if you had a return arrow to get back to the main page. You…Read More
Your teaching in “The Establishment of the Kingdom” is very unorthodox
Question: Greetings Mr. Hamilton, I’m reaching out because I have just heard your teaching on “The Establishment of the Kingdom” and I must admit, this is a very unorthodox view in my estimation of what you’re presenting. However, first, I must ask, do you ascribe to an Amillennial position? Seeming that you do not believe…Read More
Where did you find that “jealousy” in Hebrew carries the idea of becoming red?
Question: I was reading the article titled The Lord is a Jealous God. In the second paragraph, the author explained the Greek and Hebrew words. I enjoy studying etymology and such things, so especially I loved this section. The explanation of the Hebrew word reads: The Hebrew word is based on a word that means…Read More