Dear Percival, I believed it all, too, until about a couple of years ago, basically because I just naturally assumed that they were telling us the truth. Now I find it totally insidious. I also find it odd that when people, out of kindness, give to charity to provide food, shelter, clothing and fresh water to various places around the World, a significant proportion of that money is always spent on providing an "education" instead. Thank you for your prayers. I assure you that they are greatly appreciated. Yours in Christ, Neville. Percival Tanierla <percy_tan@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: Neville, I printed the article about the Apollo moon landing so I could study it at home with my wife and daughter. I was in school ( 6th grade ) when the news reached us that men landed on the moon: ALL OF US IN THE SCHOOL BELIEVED IT AS A FACT! I HEARD OUR TEACHERS SAY: MAN CONQUERED THE MOON! I WILL SEND MY COMMENTS SOON. WE DO PRAY FOR YOU AND YOUR WORK. PERCIVAL --- "Dr. Neville Jones" wrote: > Dear All, > > Apologies if some of you get this announcement > twice. > > New webpage on Steven and my site: > > www.midclyth.supanet.com > > ON THE HOMEPAGE, scroll down to "Biblical Topics" > and then select > > "Do the alleged Apollo Moon landings conflict with > the Bible?" > > Even if geocentrism is not your main reason for > being on this forum, I believe that you will find > this argument interesting and, I sincerely hope, > convincing. > > (I also want to welcome a new member who, for the > moment at least, wishes to remain anonymous.) > > Yours in Christ, > > Neville. --------------------------------- ALL-NEW Yahoo! Messenger - all new features - even more fun!