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Posted by Cliff Riley on April 14, 2002 23:55:42 UTC

Thanks for your kind words, you seem like a faith of faith.

I would like you to know that I feel welcome to voice my opinions here without fear of being called a "bible beater". Just because I love the scriptures doesn't mean I beat the bible (not like people beat their wife or anything). I like to refer to myself as a "bible stroker". I love to read and caress my bible like it is my son. A living entity.

I don't buy in to that Koran business. I meant to each their own and all, but it isn't for me. I believe in good ole revelations. You know the end is probably within a few years. I know you fellas like to talk books in this here forum and I just got done reading one. It was called Left Behind by a great pair of guys named Tim Layhe and Jerry Jenkins. It was a great book about the end of times. I here there is about 10 more books out just like them but sequels. It talks about the rapture and what not.

Here is a thought- Do you all think God could intervene in science to make the world a place apocalypse free. My kids are still young and I hope they can grow up to love God like me.

Let me know
See ya around like a doughnut

Cliff Riley

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