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Letter to the Editor
Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

In reply to Bruce Braden's Jan. 29 letter “Contradictions in the Bible,” the reason for the curse of mankind was Satan deceived Eve. We're still dealing with this because of people like Mr. Braden and his beliefs.

I am a Bible student and the Lord's spirit that dwells in me enabled me to write five books about God's glorious acts. My book, “I and My Father Are One,” is used in a Protestant church in Michigan for Scripture reference.

The Bible has more bibliographical support than classical literature from Homer, Aristotle and Shakespeare. The Greek and Hebrew scholars did their research — word for word — regarding the infallibility of our Bible. It also contains amazing prophetic accuracy, most notably Jesus' resurrection.

Simon Greenleaf, a law professor and atheist in the 1880s, was the world's greatest evidence expert. He researched the four Gospels and Jesus' resurrection. He found it all to be true and became a Christian — the truth set him free!

Each of the four Gospels focus on different acts. For example, only Luke tells of the virgin birth. Matthew 27:50-56, tells that after Jesus' resurrection, some of the graves opened and many bodies of the saints had risen. And in John 3:3, Jesus tells us we must be reborn spiritually to enter heaven and be able to understand the Scriptures.

Ask Jesus to be your personal savior.

Maris Sanner

Arnold

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