@Shane Hilde: Unethical? Look who’s talking! Turn the …

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@Shane Hilde:

Unethical? Look who’s talking! Turn the tables, will you? It is the PROFESSOR who has breached trust.

“Therefore whatsoever ye have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light; and that which ye have spoken in the ear in closets shall be proclaimed upon the housetops” Luke 12:3

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Video show LSU undermining church doctrine
@Stephen Vicaro:

You believe in creation. What kind? A literal, 6-day creation? With Lazarus and many healings, did Jesus impart life instantly by His Word, or did it require a long time to take effect? …same power at work in the beginning. When He comes in glory, will your corrupted body be changed in the twinkling of an eye, resurrected with a shout, or left to evolve for, say, a thousand years?

Video show LSU undermining church doctrine

Shane’s a HERO; not a hypocrite.

(I’ll bet that’s your favorite, oft quoted Bible text.)

I suppose you think Ellen White plagiarized, too?

Is that the best you can do–threaten a law suit? Then I guess the REAL issue stands uncontroverted: Professors teaching heresy. [edit]

Video show LSU undermining church doctrine
@Bill Garber:

“The Holy Spirit enabled…”? [edit] The Spirit NEVER contradicts Himself. These teachings plainly violate the Bible and SOP.

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Thanks for sharing the excerpts, Shane. I welcome comments at the source article, as well as other pieces I’ve written.

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@Kevin Paulson:

Dr. Bietz may not be ashamed of himself, but he ought not be in the employ of the church. Having had personal audience with him while attending Southern, I’m not at all surprised at his words.

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@Eddie: “Can and will” does not imply this is so in every case. EGW makes it clear that ignorant Sundaykeepers will [though not in every case] be in heaven.