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Date: Thu, 07 Nov 1996 07:50:06
To: "Tim McPherson" <Timmc@citynet.net>
From: "Glenn E. Hamilton" <hamilton@burgos.slu.edu.ph>
Subject: Re: An apology is in order

Dear Tim,

Thank you for both of your kind messages and apologies. I have been a bit reluctant to get involved in these matters, but I hate to see people being taken advantage of, and I certainly didn't want to say too much until I had the opportunity to confront Rody and ask him to repent. It is really sad. Once Rody was such an effective preacher. When I watched the videotaped confrontation, I cried because he had changed so much for the worse.

I will certainly pass on your apologies for the remarks to those brethren who had read your report. No Filipino preachers here have access to the internet (only one or two have computers, and probably less than a dozen have telephones). I think your letter was distributed by Rody, but he wouldn't say if that was true or not. I say this because I received a copy of your report through a congregation in the states. It was stapled to the back of a letter from Rody, but I don't know if Rody sent them both
God bless you and your work in His vineyard. Let me know if there is any way I can be of further assistance.

Yours in His service,

Glenn