To: Harvest Haven
Sent: Tuesday, October 11, 2016 6:17 PM
I read your article about veganism being based on lies and your pathetic arguments agains Anita. Now I want you to read this. I won’t ever right you back. It’s up to your open mind to read this article or not. You have to click on the Ethic, laws and tradition link. http://www.adaptt.org/veganism/ethics.html
From: Victor Hafichuk
Cc: Harvest Haven, Martin Vanpopta, James Sorochan, Paul Cohen, Marilyn Hafichuk
Sent: Tuesday, October 11, 2016 7:35 PM
Subject: RE: Veganism
Chanelle, if you have the propensity to falsely accuse the human species, as you have us, and to defend people who have come out against us with hatred and falsehood, you are capable and guilty of any crime ever perpetrated on the face of this earth.
Tell us exactly what lies it is we’ve spoken and we’ll be more than happy to retract.
From: Martin Van Popta
Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 9:29 AM
Subject: Re: Veganism
Chanelle, you are just like every other hardcore vegan we’ve come across. Perfectly violent and self-righteous.
The article you demand that we read says, “When I became vegan on July 24, 1996, and finally understood that animals had an inherent right to be free and live completely unfettered by human domination, I wondered why it took more than 25 years to attain this nonviolent awakening,” and, “Who instilled this vicious mindset of human-to-animal exploitation as standard operating procedure?”
And the irony is that you come against us out of nowhere with your totally unfettered thirst for human domination. You’re the one with a vicious mindset as a standard operating procedure. No different than Anita.
The article is ridiculous and offensive. Animals are not people. Slaughtering chickens is absolutely nothing like the Holocaust. Not that I would condone the horrible animal maltreatment that takes place in industrial agriculture (it is downright evil to treat God’s creation that way), but giving animal life and human life equal standing is a worse crime.
Take a look at yourself for a minute, Chanelle, if you’re at all willing. I’ll lay out the structure of your letter here for you.
- You are liars!
- You’re stupid!
- Do as I say and read this!
- You have to respond to me but I won’t respond to you.
- It’s your responsibility and moral obligation to see that I’m right.
You don’t have any interest in where we’re coming from, not giving us a chance to answer, even for your sake. Do you realize how many folks have had their lives devastated by the bullshit you’re blustering? Do you have any idea how much farmland and wildlife has been destroyed by your militant vegan cult? You are destroying, not saving life, but you don’t care! This veganism trip is just your weak attempt to gain some kind of moral high ground so you can piss down condemnation on any unsuspecting low-life flesh eating Nazis, isn’t it? You’re only soiling yourself.
I would love to reason with you. I could help you understand, but you have declared and demonstrated yourself unwilling and unfit to reason. So your judgment will be as sure as your misjudgment of us.
If you ever have any interest in how Jesus Christ can help you out of the hole you’re in, you’re welcome to write us back. That’s a sincere offer, Chanelle. It’s obvious you have no peace in your life.
English - Spanish De: Court Para: The Path of Truth Enviado: Martes, 5 de Abril, 2016 10:08 AM Asunto: Pregunta Yo estaba leyendo un artículo que escribiste acerca de que John Piper es un falso maestro y yo tenía una pregunta al respeto. Antes de hacer la pregunta, me gustaría dejar claro que estoy familiarizado con Piper, pero no conozco completamente su doctrina. Yo solo he visto algunos videos cortos de él en YouTube. Sin embargo, tu crítica de él como un falso maestro gira en torno al hecho de que él predica sobre un lugar de castigo eterno para los no creyentes (el infierno), como puedes leer en tus propios escritos: Una de las más grandes y peores mentiras contadas por el cristianismo artificial, una a la que John Piper se suscribe y enseña, es que hay un lugar de tormento y castigo interminable para los pecadores. Los hombres piensan que esta doctrina se encuentra en la Biblia, pero aunque es algo que el hombre carnal le desearía a otros, definitivamente no es algo que Dios haya dicho o que alguna vez haya pasado por Su mente. Él hizo la creación como un acto de Su amor. Él amó tanto al mundo que dio a Su Hijo unigénito por él. Nosotros somos de Él, comprados y pagados con Su sangre. Me preguntaba de dónde sacaste la idea de que no existe el infierno, basado en el hecho de que hay numerosos versículos en la Biblia, algunos incluso dichos por Jesús, quien tú crees que es Dios, como yo también, sobre la existencia de un lugar de castigo eterno para las p...
From: Keith To: The Path of Truth Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2016 4:33 PM Subject: "accepting" Jesus as savior I'm pretty darn sure that John 1:12 and Revelation 3:20 prove that you are very wrong about this belief that you have about "accepting" Jesus. From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk To: Keith Sent: Tuesday, August 23, 2016 7:23 AM Subject: Re: "accepting" Jesus as savior Where specifically is a problem with anything said in our writings about the false version of “accepting” Jesus, Keith? Because there certainly isn’t any conflict between what we’ve written and John 1:12 and Revelation 3:20. Those and the Scriptures we cite are entirely consistent with one another and true. Rather than being “pretty darn sure,” you should readily admit you don’t understand what we’re saying, unless you wish to remain a Pharisee coming against the Lord: “Jesus said to them, If you were blind, you would have no sin. But now you say, We see. Therefore your sin remains” (John 9:41 MKJV). Paul and Victor www.ThePathofTruth.com
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