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Esta semana [La versión original de este texto apareció en Spectrum el pasado tres de agosto.], mientras preparaba la lección de la escuela sabática, recibí un email de uno de nuestros oyentes en línea, que no entendía la razón por la cual tenía yo tanta dificultad con la guía de estudio de la escuela sabática de este trimestre. Yo estaba familiarizado con el autor y también había visto el manuscrito de la guía de estudio antes de su entrega para su publicación.
This week, as I was preparing to teach the Sabbath School lesson, I received an email from one of our online listeners who was confused as to why I had so much difficulty with this quarter's Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide. They were familiar with the principal contributor and also had seen the manuscript for the study guide prior to submission for publication. I was able to obtain a copy of the author’s original material before submission and asked our webmaster to digitally compare the original manuscript with the published study guide to determine what was changed.
I would like thank Spectrum for the opportunity to present this article. I am reluctant to do so as I do not want to increase controversy. However, in the aftermath of recent events in Collegedale (see “Pastor Passes Out While Preaching – Twice”), it has become apparent that those who have never participated in the Come and Reason Sabbath School class have false concepts of what we (and others who value a healing model) teach and believe.