From: Steven R. LoVullo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 11 2000 - 09:46:28 EDT
I made no theological arguments at all. I didn't come down on one side or
the other of the Rapture issue. Nor did I base my observations on any one
view of that issue. As I pointed out, one does not have to fall on one side
or the other of the theological issue to hold the position I am supporting.
I simply commented on the lexical issue at hand, illustrating the unanimous
usage of a Greek word in the Greek Bible. I also made some comments
respecting the origin of the subject matter of 2 Thess 2. All my responses
were directed strictly to points you yourself made. I based none of my
arguments on theological considerations. As for an "attack" on you, I can
recall no ad hominem argument whatsoever directed toward you. On the other
hand, it was you who used the word "nonsense" to describe the opposite
position. This is more inflammatory than anything I or anyone else said.
Steve Lo Vullo
----- Original Message -----
From: Robert W Meyers <email@example.com>
To: Biblical Greek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2000 5:13 AM
Subject: Re: Apostasia
> I am completely confused.
> I so much appreciate the b-greek group and the help
> it has given me with my repeated questions concerning
> the Greek Scriptures. Thanks again to all who have
> given me help in this.
> But what I am confused about is what is considered
> appropriate and what is not.
> One group, call it group A (Paul, Steve, Jason, etc), has
> been permitted to write extensive theologically oriented
> posts, attacking group B, (Drs. Morris, Wuest, English, etc,
> and myself), having nothing to do with the Greek text,
> without being chided for being "off topic."
> Is group B, therefore, permitted likewise to offer its
> theological defense?
> Actually, I think that the cause of truth is better served
> by freedom, such as the above have exercised, rather than
> by suppression, which seems to be the list policy.
> But certainly only if BOTH sides have that freedom.
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