World charities. Yes Neville, like when Caritas, supposedly a Catholic charity, gives out prayer mats and other Islamic goodies to all those displaced people after the Wave. Can't spell jap words. At least it is in keeping with this Popes Koran Kissing, and the Vaticans new church motto, "All people are saved" Take no cheer from that my protestant friends, including the billions of New Church Catholics, outside the real Catholic Church, now in the "catacombs", there still is no salvation..... Ok I'll bend a point or two for the Traditional Protestants. Philip. ----- Original Message ----- From: Dr. Neville Jones To: creation@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Monday, February 21, 2005 12:51 PM Subject: [creation] Moon landings? 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!