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Steven Avery

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- The last time I went to the cafe/deli was with Asahel Adams in 2016. We ate and had doctrinal discussions on the Bible and on Jehovah or Yahweh. We left on good terms, and Asahel was even open to more inquiry on the name issue. Until he went back to the priests of yahweh.

This grew out of some interaction with Blair at the 2013 Fair.

In 2017 there was a time at the store that was hostile from Gary and Tony. This was after we were walking around the land for awhile.

Your source of garbled information?

There were Fair visits in 2009 and 2013. In 2009 there were special times with Gary and Barry and consideration of returning. 2013 is when they had the 40 year video, the expansion of “The Dream Still Lives”.. from about 2005 to 2015 Joel Stein and I, at their request, had email discussion on the doctrinal issues of the pure Bible and Jehovah.

There were earlier visits around 2000, with their own dynamic. We even looked into the 7th day sabbath. Denny Allensworth was a very fine friend.
 

Steven Avery

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A Look at What Blair Wanted to Leave Behind | Discussing Homestead Heritage's Purpose
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xA5BdCFunHc&t=572s

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Pure Bible

Pure Bible

17 hours ago

Putting aside the thoughts about Blair and the gravestone, on Facebook two of us from earlier days were trying to point out that the ponderous and convoluted writing is not from Blair Adams. It is usually Joel Stein managing the Center, and it can be Howard Wheeler. Blair’s writing would be clear and understandable. I was seconded on this by a dear sister who worked inside on the literature. Somehow a few posts on Facebook went kaput, so I repeat it here. The legacy of Blair has been cheapened by ascribing to him difficult, mediocre writings from others. And I understand that this is hard for someone who does not know these gentlemen and the literature dynamic to understand and accept.

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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLRrM4XgbJK3wCAq641TJ6Q
Chained Ambassador
6 hours ago (edited)

Out of curiosity, if they are giving these answers on the Q&A from many people there, why would they be putting Blair Adams's name on one that's not his? They already are giving most to others

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@Chained Ambassador - I am not quite following your question. The simple fact is that you can recognize the convoluted, ponderous writing style of Joel Stein. For awhile Joel's position as an elder in the ministry was problematic, as there was concern about false prophecies (he is one of those who would prophecy in the name of Yahweh).

For whatever reasons they felt that putting Blair's name on certain literature would give it more authority, even when he had next to nothing to do with the actual writing. it really has clouded and cheapened his ministry. As I said, a fine lady who worked inside on the literature and saw how Blair's name was added just confirmed this on the Facebook posts, that vanished.

To be fair, Blair may have reviewed the literature with his name on it. Maybe. And he likely did write certain literature, in the last decades more on the homesteading and community elements. Blair was a big fan of Wendell Berry and other homesteading cultural pioneers. An example of an early writing that almost surely was Blair Adams was Left, Right and Upwards in its initial pamphlet state, which we handed to Ronald Reagan and his visitors at Liberty Park, NJ. We did have a number of interesting, readable, pithy pamphlets in those days, but Homestead Heritage has made efforts to corral them, asking people to throw them out. I remember one that looked at the Discipleship movement of the Kansas City "prophets" and asked who are the Apostles.

Some things that were interesting they did not put in the literature, like when Blair and Regina visited The Farm in Summertown TN, a visit that helped spur the move to home-birth.

Hope that helps, feel free to rephrase.

Blessings and grace in Jesus name,

Steven Avery
Dutchess County, NY USA
 

Steven Avery

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D Ineke A knoeff


I read the bible daily, almost, for 50 years. Never ever did i read that we have to think croocked, twisted with Hebrew, Latin etc to be able to j derstand Gods words to us, a lost world. Playing games with pulling bibleverses out of context and putting words in that are not there is deceiving people. For those it 2ould be better ...uh..uh..you know, about the Milestone.... So if Homestead wants to be guilty of that, their choice... That is why chained ambassador is a good chanel.... So mister George Dunn, rethink your socalled intellectual writings... And yes...I had a very good higher education, and speak 4 languages and studied Hebrew. Yust for your information...

Steven Avery

@Ineke A knoeff - HI ineke, the original fellership in NY, NJ and even into Colorado under Blair Adams did not have ongoing "explain the Greek or Hebrew" stuff in any significant way. Blair Adams was thunderous with his King James Bible being the pure word of God. This helped him preach with a real anointing. Later Joel and Howard and Tsafir added layers of language confusion, sadly Blair and Regina did not hold the line for God's pure word, and the focus shifted to the rhema, the present utterance, of the elders, and using a dozen confusing and contradictory corruption versions in a smorgasbord fashion.

I just want to emphasize that the anointing of the early days was Bible-based. When Blair taught from Hebrews 6, the foundationstones, it was alive and powerful and anointed.
 
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