Date: Wed, 25 Jul 84 11:43:32 edt
From: bedford!mintaka!srz#srz at mit-eddie
To:   bedford!mit-eddie!BandyKin at mit-oz
Re:   A strange doctrine

The following is an exact copy of the text of a pamphlet handed out in Harvard Square (had some cute/odd pictures and graphics too):


Hi there, home computer hackers!

Would you like power at your fingertips? Control in your own living room?

To hear the ads tell it, $2000 and an outlet will guarantee you a trip to the outer graphics of your own inner space!

But mayve you find that while your computer delivers:

...the promised power and control somehow elude you.

It's not a technology problem -- it's one of human error (GIGO). *

* Garbage in - garbage out

The human bugs and glitches have a name: SIN, and it's mankind's BASIC problem.

Sin goes back to the time when Adam and Eve took a BYTE into the APPLE. They deviated from God's perfect program and the results of sin are still with us today.

Because of sin, some of us:

BUT... there's good news! God can erase our sin-damaged software and give us new life. For those who come to him through Y'shua (JESUS) the Jewish Messiah, God says:

"I, even I, am he who blots out your transgression for my own sake, and remembers your sins no more." **Isaiah 43:25**

"WOW, God has R.A.M. memory!" *

* Random Access Memory (erasable)

Real power is in life centered on the most High God, not high tech.

"To all who received him, to those who beleived in his name, he gave POWER to become children of God" **John 1:12**

This was from the Jews for Jesus.