From: "Ed Babinski"
To: "Daniel B."
Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2004 2:25 PM
Subject: Thanks, Daniel, for your email

Date: 6/16/2004 11:58:52 -0400
From: "Daniel B."
To: Ed Babinski
Subject: a mere moment of your time...

Greetings Mr. Babinski,

ED: I appreciate the kind tone of your email, thank you very much.

I have experienced so many things in this current span of time that the scientific or scholarly community can not explain. These supernatural occurences occur on a daily basis throughout the world.

ED: Though you haven't actually been experiencing ALL of those "occurences" yourself, the ones that "occur on a daily basis throughout the world."


At one point in my past, I was skeptical as well, until He revealed His Greatness unto me personally....many times & continues to do so.

ED: When someone speaks to me in King James Bible talk, and ends their emals with quotations from Scripture, it usually means they are repeating a form of speech and even entire verses from the Bible. And that means you may be slowly morphing into a "Bible Borg." That does not seem to me to be the height of objectivity, but rather the reverse of it. For instance, you write that "He revealled His Greatness unto me personally." Did "He?" You sure it was a "He?" You sure it was "His Greatness?" Exactly how much of "His Greatness?" You sure like to speak in Elizabeethan English too, viz., "unto."

Please don't imagine that I am an atheist for writing the above. I am just not into the Bible, or the way some people become so absorbed with its language and verses that they lose their individuality and objectivity. There is a group of Christians who recruit students on college campuses and preach utter simplicity and Bible memorization, and sometimes even eat out of dumpsters. They were interviewed on 60 Minutes not long ago, but of course, they shun the media. One of them was a promising young college student, extremely intelligent, had founded his own business to boot. Quite college and gave everything to the ministery after hearing one of these preachers at his campus. Became a preacher himself, using a bicycle, memorizing the Bible, speaking in King James Bible-speak all the time, quoting direct verses. Soon he could and would only communicate in that language. His parents had to send a detective out to find the boy, because the ministery he was involved with stressed time apart from his natural family and more time spent with his heavenly family and memorizing the Bible. The beliefs of this group are orthodox Christian by the way. His parents caught up with him via the detective's search, and found they could no longer even speak with him. He just spouted Scripture at them. Scripture had become a sort of mind parasite feasting on this boy's intellect.

I am not saying your case is identical to his, only similar. I too spoke in King James Bible-talk once, and cited Scripture to people a lot, though I never went totally off the deep end like the people in the ministry above. But I do know that once you get to the point where you appear to be, there is not a lot you want to hear or discuss except Bible verses about God's greatness and "unto" whom he is being great.

In other words, are you willing to question those "worldwide supernatural" and "personal" experiences of "God's Greatness" that you mentioned? Are you willing to look at things in other ways?

My first question to you is how big is your church and/or believer's group, and approximately what percentage of mankind (or what percentage of your own family and close relations and past friends) do you fear might be heading towards hell? I am just wondering.


These occurences can not be contained within the crafted box of educated lectures, historical documentation or scientific research programs. They are of God. I hope that you live long enough to experience a true relationship with The Father. He awaits you patiently as you read this message....

ED: And I wait patiently for your reply.


Best of luck on your quest for The Truth,
Daniel B.
Caryville, Tennessee

Daniel's "Scripture of the Day"
I Corinthians: 27: But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty;
28. And base things of the world, and things which are despised, hath God chosen, yea, and things which are not, to bring to nought things that are:
29. That no flesh should glory in his presence.

"For thus saith the high and lofty One that inhabiteth eternity, whose name is Holy; I dwell in the high and holy place, with Him that is also of a contrite and humble spirit, to revive the spirit of the humble, and to revive the heart of the contrite ones." -Isaiah 57:15

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