Dirk Anderson Of particular interest on this page is our fourth dialogue with Dirk, in which we ask him how he justifies
still believing in the Bible, when the same weapons he uses against Ellen White can be used against the Bible
writers. In his reply he indicated that he does not look at the whole Bible as being inspired. Also of
interest is our first dialogue, in which he maintains that a long dress and a miniskirt are the "same dress,"
Walter Rea We were shocked when Rea told us that even if something in his book was proven wrong, he wouldn't fix it for the next printing. Why not? He told us, the Bible has problems, so why should anyone get bent out of shape if his book has problems too?