Question: In TBC of July 1998, you responded to a question concerning the fact that Bill Watkins, senior acquisitions editor of Broadman and Holman, had told an audience to throw away your books as worthless, full of holes, etc. You indicated that you had spoken with him and asked him, as a brother in Christ, to provide you with documentation of any errors in any of your books so that you could make necessary corrections. Did he ever do so?
Answer: No, I am still waiting to hear from him. The same is true of other critics who, in talks or on websites, book reviews, etc., make sweeping accusations that my books are full of spurious Bible interpretations, misquotes, false accusations, and so many lies that my writings cannot be trusted. Almost invariably, they give no examples and never respond to my request for documentation to prove their charges. As for the few examples that have been given, I have answered them, but my responses are disregarded and the same charges persist.