Comment on Open letter to General Conference by Timothy.
Wisbey continues his position of leadership, twisting the writings of Ellen White to support this great apostasy. It is high time we quit talking about doing something and go ahead and do it. We need a mass mailing campaign giving the parents of every student at La Sierra the full facts of the situation and ask them to call the university en masse to express their great displeasure with the situation and consider removing their kids if no change is made. We may need to consider organizing a mass protest either on student grounds by the students themselves or by faithful Adventist students at our colleges across the country. What we can’t do is just continue talking about it and doing nothing.
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In defense of ANN, nowhere in the article does it mention that Lee Grismer is an evolutionist. However, that should have been pretty common knowledge by now for those work for ANN.
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Dear Adventist High School student,
Which of the 12 disciples graduated from college or even the equivalent of such thing? What grade school did Ellen White graduate from? Since when do you need a college degree to do the Lord’s work?
It’s my understanding that the apostasy is not limited to the Biology Department but also extends to the Religion Department, which every student takes classes from.
Afraid Amran was the father of Moses as none of Noah’s ancestors survived the flood.
“Also would there not have been other people with boats by the time of the flood? Ships can stay at sea with provisions for long periods of time.”
No ship could have survived a flood of that magnitude, not even Noah’s without divine intervention.
Patriarchs and Prophets
Darker and darker grew the heavens, and faster came the falling rain. The beasts were roaming about in the wildest terror, and their discordant cries seemed to moan out their own destiny and the fate of man. Then “the fountains of the great deep” were “broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened.” Water appeared to come from the clouds in mighty cataracts. Rivers broke away from their boundaries, and overflowed the valleys. Jets of water burst from the earth with indescribable force, throwing massive rocks hundreds of feet into the air, and these, in falling, buried themselves deep in the ground…
The massive ark trembled in every fiber as it was beaten by the merciless winds and flung from billow to billow. The cries of the beasts within expressed their fear and pain. But amid the warring elements it continued to ride safely. Angels that excel in strength were commissioned to preserve it.