I’m baaaaaaaak . . . . now don’t everybody leave.

Date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 16:13:38 -0600
From: Dale Smith
Subject: I’m baaaaaaaak . . . . now don’t everybody leave.

Greetings All,

I begged and plead and sent money . . . and I was granted, I think, probationary status.

Blessings to all,

Dale Smith

Attack on Dale Smith and North TX pby

Date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 14:35:20 -0600
From: Mark Horne
Subject: Attack on Dale Smith and North TX pby


Follow the link to see Dale’s ex-ruling elder comment on the same part of the report that I noticed:
n one church, an AAT/FV sympathetic pastor has engineered the removal of an associate who was fully committed to the PCA doctrinal position but objected to the pastor’s extra- or anti-confessional views.

Sounds familiar!

~Wayne Wylie~
Attending, Mid Cities Presbyterian Church (OPC)
Bedford, TX


The Mississippi Valley report is stacked with unsubstantiated unreferenced gossip. In this case, and who knows where else, the report is actually presuming to ignore the official action of North Texas Presbytery in investigating Dale. They are also misinforming the public in not pointing out that this conflict erupted when the associate wanted to strip the Church of its Christmas and Easter observance.

May God deliver the PCA from the League of Presbyterian Sociopaths.


Blood transfusions

Date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 13:57:58 EST
From: Leithart@aol.com
Subject: Blood transfusions

Hey, you medical and ethical and medical-ethical types,

What do you think of blood transfusions? Are they covered by the prohibition of blood in Acts 15? Would blood transfusions have been prohibited under the law? Has anything changed to make it OK?


My Response

Date: Wed, 09 Feb 2005 05:33:39 -0000
From: “garver”
Subject: my response

Ok, well, I didn’t get any further feedback, so I guess it’s ok.

I’m headed to bed now. Today felt like Lent arrived a day early.