A Site for the Lord

Introduction
37 Studies in the Hebrews Epistle
Biblical End-Times Studies
The Pret-Net Registry
The Bible
Biblical Interpretation
Bible Study Tools
Heavenly Father and His Son
Important Studies on "Covenant"
Christian Homes
Miscellaneous Articles
Miscellaneous PowerPoints
Christopher's First Book
Christopher's Second Book
Let Me Know You Were Here!

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        and to The Merciful Initiator of Our Redemption!

I recognize that I am not God—the Author of the Bible; I further recognize that I am human—therefore prone to misunderstand the spiritual and eternal truths of the Bible. So, while attempting to keep an open mind toward God's Word (changing my beliefs, teachings, and practices accordingly), I share my thoughts on this website with you..., always in the hope of meeting others with the same Berean-like attitude (Acts 17:11); for surely it's only in this way that iron truly sharpens iron (Prv. 27:17).
 
Sincerely my prayer is that anyone who visits and responds to the considerations expressed on this website are those who recognize that his/her thoughts may very well not be God's thoughts (Isa. 55:8), regardless of any perceived ramifications, and that therefore he/she could very well be wrong. So, instead of closed-mindedly and arrogantly affronting one another's beliefs or mere deliberations, "let us reason together" (Isa.1:18).
 
Due to my desire to persistently work on this disposition and to have this disposition constantly communicated in my search for genuine truth, the most important article to me on this website is the one entitled Biblical Openmindedness (which, by the way, is on probably the most important page of this website—Biblical Interpretation). I ask you my guest to please consider reading this article before considering anything else on this site, and especially before responding to anything on this site. May God Bless You in Your Search for Truth, regardless of consequences or peer pressure. 

"The people of Berea were more open-minded than those in Thessalonica.... They searched the Scriptures day after day to check up on Paul and Silas to see if they were really teaching the truth" (Acts 17:11, NLT).

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Tony Everett Denton
Site Author & Manager

If you find any mistakes, even grammatical in nature, please inform me of them.
"He who answers ... before he hears..., it's folly & shame to him" ~Prv. 18:13 (NKJV)
"Is it legal to convict a man before he's given a hearing?" ~Jhn 7:51 (NLT)