The had a link to 2W2L by MatthiasMedia (no link because not approved by our site!!).
I had this to say:
Nice site. Thanks.
I clicked through to 2W2L by Matthias Media. It uses the paradigm of God 'ruling' the world. In one sense this is right, but God does not portray himself in such political terms. He more consistently uses relational terms, such as creator (even tho' the folks at Matthias Media seem to believe in some sort of theistic evolution, which denies God as he reveals himself), head (source of life), one who loves and saves, father. I suggest that effective evangelism is impossible if God is misrepresented and misunderstood as in the 2W2L brochure.
In answer to one of their "big questions", they say this:
The Bible makes no scientific claims – it presents God as creator without answering questions of scientific observation. The Bible does make some historical claims – about events that actually occurred – around the life of Jesus Christ. These historical questions are the really important issues of truth raised by the Bible.
Partly tosh, of course. But in what is not said, rather than what is said.
The Bible makes extensive and finely balanced historical 'claims'. Chief amongst these is the very scientific (i.e. pertaining to the material world that we can observe) information in Genesis 1 and the chronogenealogies that put the events of Genesis 1 into our time-frame. If the Bible doesn't do this, then it sets its roots in just another made up mythology that has no bearing on the real world.