To: The Path of Truth
Sent: Tuesday, May 24, 2016 11:18 AM
Subject: Thank you
Thank you for your article about Paul Washer. I enjoy biblical truth I am searching for God, which is not an easy task. I was watching Paul Walker on YouTube and in my heart It felt wrong. I felt he was glorifying himself, his convictions, his opinions, his own voice it did not feel God inspired but self inspired, self serving, and self seeking. I wanted to thank you and ask you if their is anything you could recommend me that will lead me to God.
From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 7:11 AM
Subject: Re: Thank You
It sounds like the Lord Jesus Christ has confirmed your witness of the truth regarding Paul Washer, Angel. You have been led to God, because He is here: “For where two or three are gathered together in My Name, there I am in their midst” (Matthew 18:20 MKJV).
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From: Richard To: The Path of Truth Sent: Sunday, June 19, 2016 4:49 PM Dear Victor, I have spent days from you website and the many websites over the years, yours is by far the best of the best. With so many false teachers listed, and of those of yesteryear, and in the future about so many of these false teachers. It reminds me that "many are called but only a few will be chosen." These false teachers will be judged at the judgment seat of Christ. You have done so much research and study. It is just amazing! Whether you may never respond to my emails, I do understand. I am not part of hate mail that you may have encountered over the years. Shalom! Richard Metro Manila, Philippines June 20, 2016 "One life will soon be past, only what is done for Christ will last" From: Richard To: The Path of Truth Sent: Friday, June 17, 2016 12:44 AM Dear Victor, From the Book of Jonah, chapter two, was Jonah in the belly of the great fish for 3 days and 3 nights, being dead and at the end, God commanded the fish to vomit Jonah having been resurrected. There is so much controversy over this fish story. Thanks you! Richard June 17, 2016 Metro Manila, Philippines From: Richard To: The Path of Truth Sent: Thursday, June 16, 2016 7:56 AM Dear Victor, From you Sitemap, with each there is PDF. That is a big help for me. I agree with you about these false teachers and there are so many of them. You website is well organized and it has been...
From: Tony Date: Tuesday, July 13, 2021 at 11:08 AM To: Hafichuk Victor Cc: Martin VanPopta Subject: False Teacher Wow!!! I have never seen such a ridiculous page in my life!! I thought at first, it was just a VERY VERY BAAD joke!!! Turns out… the page was!! I am a Smith Wigglesworth and RW Schambach historian!! Schambach was a POWERFUL preacher of the Gospel!! Powerful, & “obviously” endorsed by God through the miracles He wrought through RW.. which ARE well documented!! We are to judge.. we judge every day!!! But you BETTER use caution when criticizing God’s elect!! Romans 8:33! I wouldn’t DO IT!!! Period!! I just wouldn’t do it! At all!! You’re playing with a dangerous fire!! I’ve been researching Schambach for years! One of the reasons I like Schambach, was his truthfulness, passion & zeal!! It’s more than likely.. that he said something that stepped on your toes somewhere in something he said! He cared NOT what people thought.. his zeal was for God! Unlike many preachers today.. afraid of hurting peoples feelings.. was not on his agenda!! His “prosperity” teaching?? I think the Bible is teaching prosperity pretty much throughout!! Christ said, “I have come that they might have life, & have it more abundantly!” That sounds like a pretty blessed prosperity message to me!!! I didn’t write to be mean, argue, or fight!! I am just saying.. I wouldn’t judge anyone to put them down (as is the clear case here), but I ESPECIALLY wouldn’t judge God’s elec...
Religious Cartoons Are Evil for Kids, Too From: Sara To: The Path of Truth Sent: Saturday, October 08, 2016 12:27 PM Subject: Question on 2nd Commandment Hi Paul and Victor, I have been perusing your site- I found it while on a search to confirm what I was feeling about nativities and thank you for confirming that :). I have been thinking about all of this a lot. Having been raised Catholic but converting to Protestant when I was sixteen I still have many "traditions" that need to be undone. My current question is this- I have many children's bibles for my 2 kids. I am finding all of them have drawings (cartoonish ones) of Jesus when the story mentions Jesus. One called "Jesus Calling" (given my my brother's family) even has a section after the story where "Jesus" talks about what was just read. I find that to be an abomination and have been torn on getting rid of it or marking through that section with a permanent marker because I think it does a good job telling the stories on a level the kids can understand (mine are 3 and 1). What are your thoughts? My other question is probably obvious. Are the depictions of Jesus in the children's bibles graven images? If so how do I go about teaching the stories from the bible in a way they can understand- should I just use mine and then try my best to explain what it is saying in terms they understand? Thank you in advance!! Best, Sara From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk To: Sara Sent: Wednesday, O...