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    To those that Contact the Board via the Contact Form

    Note: This thread is to serve as a standard reply to e-mails I receive via the Puritanboard Contact Form when somebody uses the Contact form to send me a question of this form:


    On your blog, you state that X is the case, but Y is clearly the case. Please retract.


    Concerned Sender

    Dear Sender,

    1. We are not a blog. This is a discussion board or forum if you like.
    2. There are nearly 3/4 Million Posts and over 3000 Members.
    3. I don't know what you're talking about as I have not read all of these posts.
    4. The views of the board are relatively diverse and the fact that it is posted does not mean that I agree with it.
    5. Perhaps I found the post you're referring to and it was posted by somebody 5 years ago.

    I'm sorry I could not be of more help to you but please understand my limitations.


    Ruling Elder, PCA, Northern VA

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    Awesome, Rich. Just include: "select one of the following for our reply to your email"
    Rev. Bruce G. Buchanan
    ChainOLakes Presbyterian Church, CentralLake, MI

    Made both Lord and Christ--Jesus, the Destroyer
    Acts 2:36 - 1 Cor. 10:9-10 & 15:22-26 - Hebrews 2:9-15 - 1 John 3:8 - James 4:12

    When posting friends, kindly bear those words of earthly wisdom in mind:

    Oh, that God the gift would give us
    To see ourselves as others see us.
    --Robert Burns, 1786 (modernized) ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Click to get: Board Rules -- Signature Requirements -- Suggestions? -- Sermons


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