FROM PASTOR O'NEAL:
Some time ago I wrote a little book called, "Blunders and Boo-Boos of Baptist Briders." I'm a strong independent Baptist. I have only pastored independent Baptist churches. I don't preach at Southern Baptist or other types of Baptist churches. On vacation I never visit anything but independent Baptist churches.
However, there are many ideas
held by some Baptists, who are sometimes called Baptist Briders
and at other times are called Landmarkers, which are just
not scriptural. For information on how to get a copy of the book I wrote which exposes these errors,
appeared in the July, 1998 issue of The Flaming Torch, a
newspaper published by a fellow named Don Edwards, a former
evangelist who is presently off the road and working at this
time, I believe, as
a security guard. (Addendum - As of this date, March 03, 2003, Brother Edwards informs me that he has not worked as a security guard for two years and that he still does meetings whenever he is invited.) This particular article, written
by a layman named Herb Evans, shows how certain Baptists
go "ballistic" when their own traditions are exposed
(I say this partly "by faith." As of Nov. 19, 1998,
I have still only read a few lines of Herb's article.
He's a very wordy fellow, and most of what I have seen
by him has been exceedingly boring.). For
an excellent, brief response to Evans by a man of whom
it was said to me by a pastor who knows him well, "This
guy knows the Bible better than most pastors,"
Click HERE -- "Bitter Herb"