3rd Reply to James White from Mr. McKinsey – Vintage

(The following is Mr. McKinsey’s lengthy response to the first section of the above letter as it appears in the April 1987 edition of BiblicalErrancy). Dear JW. After several months of correspondence it’s rather obvious, but unfortunate, that you have a notable array of shortcomings including a failure to listen very well, a strong propensity to belabor points that have …

3rd Letter to Mr. McKinsey from James White – Vintage

Quickly, in reference to your material on immortality and eternal life, I would like to simply point out that you again made two very basic, factual errors. You referenced Mark 9:17 and John 10:20, indicating that my explanation of the usage of echon was in error due to the use of echon in these two passages. Unfortunately, echon is not …

2nd Reply to James White from Mr. McKinsey – Vintage

Mr. McKinsey’s response to the above letter as contained in the October and November issues of “Biblical Errancy.” Section A: Dear JW. So many of your comments warrant analysis that one hardly knows where to begin. (1) You state that there is no reason to suppose that Jesus’ original command to his disciples was meant to be eternal. But what …

2nd Letter to Mr. McKinsey from James White – Vintage

Letter #2 from James White, responding to Mr. McKinsey’s comments as contained in the August 1986 edition of BiblicalErrancy. As above, sections correspond to Mr. McKinsey’s response as printed in the October and November issue of his publication. I will attempt to he brief, as your space is limited. DM, your point that Jesus contradicted Jesus by, after His death …

1st Reply to James White from Dennis McKinsey – Vintage

Reply by Mr. McKinsey, as contained in the August 1986 edition of “Biblical Errancy.” Sections correspond to the sections placed in the above letter. Section A: Dear JW. Like you, I have encountered the same arguments on numerous occasions and your “out-of-context” pleading is one of the most common. You alluded to point #18 in the May 1986 commentary and …