Scofield Reference Bible & Cyrus I Scofield
02-14-2009, 02:02 PM (This post was last modified: 02-14-2009 02:46 PM by Artskoe.)
RE: What Resources are there to help study the Bible?
Quotes from Dallas Theological Seminary Toolbox:
"Silence and solitude together form a single path of quiet aloneness before God ...In reading Evelyn Underhill's classic book Christian Mysticism, I observed that for many of the great saints, the contemplative life was previous to and in preparation for an active life of service. " 1999 - Howard Baker, author of Soul Keeping (NavPress, 1998)
You are quoting someone else who has a chip on his shoulder. "Toolbox" is virtual - the is no such thing except in the mind of "Lighthouse Trails" anon. blogger. Suspect that is SteveVon Natten (spelled incorrectly on purpose) formerly ballams' ***** speaks, very angry man.
oops, did not want to quote your whole thingy. My reply got lost at the bottom.
Here's what I said:
You are quoting someone else who has a chip on his shoulder. The "Toolbox" you quote is virtual - there is no such thing except in the mind of "Lighthouse Trails" anon. blogger. Suspect that is SteveVon Natten (spelled incorrectly on purpose) formerly Ballams' ***** Speaks (ditto) website, very angry man, Sola baptist.
Don't forget - look at the "old" 1917 Scofield notes, not the 1967 notes (not good) and shew us the error(s) you desperately wish for.
Better yet, take an online course at DTS (I know you won't physically go there) and ask your professor for recommended reading list for systematic theology. You won't find the trash you're posting !
The Scriptures are clear Artskoe.[/color]
One source noted in their website booklet> ANALYZING Scofield>[/color][quote] "...Genealogical data was supplied by Ruth Scofield Kennedy from a branch of the Scofield clan. Other records come from:
University of Michigan Historical Society.
Episcopal Historical Society.
Encyclopedia of the History of St. Louis
Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis.
Kansas Historical Society.
U.S. Department of Justice, National Archives.
U.S. Census for Michigan 1869, Lenawee County.
U.S. Census for Tennessee, Wilson County.
Confederate Research Center.
He brought in the "gap theology" which is adding to the Word and that was just in Genesis 1:2:, he denied the finished work in Christ and the victory in Christ in his writings, and which many take over the writings of the apostles. :17689:
Do you agree with that Artskoe?
Thank you for the scriptures. I agree that NO ONE is not a sinner. The website you quote for his anti-biography is unpublished, he admits, and his purpose for writing it is "I am convinced that C. I. Scofield was taken in by an immense deception that he unwittingly believed and included in his Bible notes to the detriment of all who believe in them."
Once again, a man trying to discredit another man. Notice the word "convinced." Who convinced him? Another man, from a woman from another man. There's just no reasoning is there? Any MAN or WOMAN who writes ANYTHING can be discredited. Ya'll are doing that now with all of Dallas Theological Seminary.
That's the beauty of anonymous posting, isn't it?
There is something underneath the surface of all this. Theological bias, muh-be?
BTW, the "GAP" has alway been presented to me as a theory, not theology. 24 hour days-of-creation presents much more sunshine to Who God is. But that's another thread, eh?
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