Just a quick hello from sunny, but rather cool (32 this morning–I saw folks in short sleeves), Anchorage, Alaska. I’ve been pretty busy since I got here, so I have not had a chance to do much on line. I have had a wonderful time with the brethren here, and will be speaking again this evening on developing a proper Christian apologetic. Last evening I spoke on Islam, and was surprised how many people approached me after the service to comment on how The King James Only Controversy had meant so much to them. That book continues to have a wide and useful impact in counter-acting a movement that has brought much confusion and has disrupted many fellowships as well. I am thankful that it has now been in distribution for twelve years!
   At one point I had the chance to stop by briefly at the Anchorage LDS temple. I did not go inside. It is hard to see in this picture, but honestly, I have seen larger Stake Centers. This is the smallest LDS Temple I have ever seen. But then again, the Manhattan Temple is likewise rather small. At times I wonder if Brigham Young would have approved of the “mini-temple” movement launched a while back.
   I will be visiting with the brothers and sisters of the Mariner’s Reformed Baptist Church on Saturday, and then will be home.

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