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      Michael Horton Reviews Osteen's
      Latest Contradiction to Christianity

      Wednesday, November 14, 2007


      I've never used this program Scribd before so let me know if you have trouble reading this. (There is a zoom feature on it.) Here is a recent book review Michael Horton gave on Joel Osteen's newest contradiction to Christianity, Become a Better You.



      4 comments:

      Abigail said...

      Hi, since this is my first time to your blog, I don't know if the problem is Scribd or not. I just know that your site was slow to load. I tried to download your article to make it easier to read, but I keep getting "Page Not Found". When I tried to print it, it tied up my browser.

      I am really interested in reading the article, but I find the tiny format difficult to see. Yes, it can be zoomed, but then I have to scroll back and forth to read it.

      You asked for feedback, so here it is. BTW, I came here after listening to some White Horse Inn videos that I found VERY interesting! I am sending them to my pastor.

      Lane Chaplin said...

      Thanks for letting me know. I think the problem is that Scribd redesigned their site since I posted this, and the download links were lost. Now, click on the link directly under the document on the left (with the title of the document), and it should take you to a page where you can download it accordingly.

      Abigail said...

      Hi, Lane,

      Well, I have been trying. First, the Snap window keeps popping up and getting in the way. I did click the link, though, and it took me to another page. On that page, the article is totally centered and is not really in a readable format. So, I tried to download it.

      Well, when I do that, it asks me to either sign up for Scribd (grrrrrr!!!) or login in with Google. Naturally, I opted to login in with Google, at which point it asked me to sign up anyway. *sigh* So, I did.

      That took me to their main page where your article was no where to be found. I really do want to read this article. Isn't there an easier way?

      My advice, for whatever it might be worth...forget Snap and forget Scribd. Of course, you can do what you want, but that is what I would advise. Others may not be as persistent as I am and, if you have stuff worth reading...well, there you go!

      Abigail said...

      Hey! I got it downloaded! Finally! I have read it and will be passing it on to my pastor. Thank you for this eye opening and very instructing article!

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