Well. I'm impressed by the pages here. I've not
encountered clear-thinking, rigorous Christian thought
like this since my flirtation with Reformed theology many
I just want to write you and let you know that I am THRILLED to find a site where we can openly prove God's Word. I am an electrical engineering student at the University of XXXX and am somewhat open minded. I hope thatyour homepage will help me answer some unanswered questions.
I just found you web page. I liked it very much. I am a
who has been "doing computers and such" for many years. I
just wanted to dropy a pat on the back. I also liked the
fact that you point to skeptic pages... very challenging.
Anyway, Keep it up.
feedback=Only occasionally do I have time to visit your pages, but
I have enjoyed them thoroughly. May God bless your work,
and cause it to be a fruitful tool in his harvest.
feedback=I really enjoy your page, Glenn. I have been encouraged by your strong stand for conservative Christianity. If you need help with expanding this board, I would be more than willing to help.
feedback=Wow, I just stumbled across your CTT web page and I want
to thank you for it. I'm impressed and stimulated!
I can't wait to share this with some friends. My workplace
has its share of intellectuals who look down on
fundamentalists, yet who are themselves caught in
a 20th-century mindset, to phraphrase a phrase from your bio.
I'm enthusiastic about apologetics and appreciate your
contribution to my understanding.
After reading (well, starting to read - there are
only 24 hours in a day and I didn't get to bed till 3.30
this morning!) your web page, I had to mail you and say
that I think it's completely inspiring.
I just re-became a Christian a few weeks ago, and
I find it really difficult to relate to most of the froth
and bubble that seems to take up so much space on the Christian
back-alleys of the Information Donkey-Trail. It just
brings out all the worst cynical qualities in me, like
looking at people desperately trying to convince _themselves_
that God is there, let alone anyone else.
I have put a link to your page in my home page, as one
of the few things on the web that actually _deserves_ to
be distributed all over the world!
feedback=Brother Glenn, this is the 10th+ time that I've visited your page and I've been enjoying it more and more. It is so wonderful to see a philosopher who stands firmly for the truth. I had the opportunity to venture into the skeptic pages and got quite scared for a while. (You see, I've only been a Christian for 2 years and have only seriously researched my faith within the last couple of months.) But when I turned to your page and read your responses (in one session, I read nearly 80% of your articles), I was encouraged and what seemed to be a shaking of my faith turned into edification. I thank the Lord that you set up this page, considering your busy schedule. I want you to know how greatly you've helped me.
feedback=Thank you for this most inspiring home page. I've been surfing the net for about
4 months now, and this is by far the most intellectually and
spiritually stimulating destination I've discovered so far.
I love perusing your book list. Upon looking at how you've organized
your reading, I took to doing the same with my list.
the Christian think tank is superb--all of the material. I was especially touched by your detailing some of the pain in your life. I very much appreciate the apologetics and your erudition coupled with your clear love of God.
Notice I call you dear...because the bond that unites us
I would like to thank you for your hard work on this page.
I love it!
And I will be a frequent visitor from now on.
Well done brother!
feedback= Thank you for this web page and for encouraging Christians
to be thinking people. The "freethinkers" pages anger me and
yet sometimes I am not sure how to answer them. I am glad
that a believer has taken the initiative for a similar forum
from a Christian perspective.
Great Web site. I'm a PCA missionary in XXX reveling as a net
newbie. Actually, I'm reveling in selected aspects of the internet.
Wow, lots of useless junk in cyberspace. Your site a very notable
exception. Thanks again for the work you put into your site. I will visit often.
Stay on track. Your labour in the Lord is not in vain.
Subject: oh boy !!
I am in BIG trouble now. Just when I had decided that perhaps the Lord was
calling me away from the Internet for a time apart.... I discover your home
page..... and, well, it is nothing less than marvelous, and beautiful, and
solid, too..... And I have yet not
read everything you put out there. I am a poor public servant with only a few
bucks a month to blow on such a mundane thing as the Web. Well, if I can
share your pearls with my brethren here in XXX and more distant places as
well, for their encouragement, the investment will have been worth it.
Thanks for being there. And I look forward to more exciting stuff from your
neck of the woods ...... real soon.
In Him with Whom we have to do,
Subject: Greetings + gratitude
We (my wife and I) are two instant, naive, neophyte fans. You are
doing an excellent non-doctrinaire iron sharpening job.
I will be using your material to batter friends and detractors over the head
with - I've already recommended you to friends on the net and can think of
six more names I'm going to exocet (French missile used to devastating affect
on British Royal Navy in Falklands war 1982) asap.
Your time is precious - thanks again
I read a bunch of the stuff on this page. Really good stuff. I commend you
on your thorough and logical arguments. Excellent work. I enjoyed it
thoroughly. May God bless you and yours. '72 240Z | IZCC #308
feedback=This was my first visit to your homepage and I thoroughly enjoyed myself and can't wait to come back when I have more time. I read the post on postmodernism and was reminded of frequent discussions I have with a friend who is an engneer and constantly bemoans the fact that language isn't as precise as he would like (he really wishes language was mathematical in structure). What I have tried to make him see is that the essence of language is compression. In all language, precision is elective. In the case of the Bible, the debate over inspiration,hermaneutics, and interpretation has always seemed to me to be more of a debate on the nature of language itself, rather than its specific application in the case of Scripture. I can't wait to read your further postings on the subject.
I just want to say thankyou for taking the time and effort to set up your web
pages - it's very encouraging to see. I am normally embarrassed to introduce
friends to Christian material on the net, but your pages are refeshingly
Your work is fabulous, and I really praise the Lord for your earnestness.
Well done. Your content is excellent, your credentials credible.
Keep it up.
thanks for all the work you do. I've found the "Unravelling
Wittgensteins Net " in January this year and my faith was
in kind of problems. I was full of doubts if the NT is
reliable historical document, if Jesus really rose from the
dead etc. and your articles helped me a lot . I liked those
from the hall of arguments most -"'bias' of the NT writers"
is my favourite one
Thanks a lot for everything you do
Mr. Miller --
Congrats on the growing site of interesting and provocative info and argument!