Billingsly has been successfully engaged in teaching more than 1500 students in Africa and churches of Christ around the world about Bible “covenants” on the Internet each week. This computer teaching opportunity is unprecedented in being able to reach unlimited numbers of people with the New Testament “gospel” in all parts of the world. Truly, opportunities in the world of the computer and Internet are staggering. He has conducted 1000's of home Bible studies over the past fifty-
BILLINGSLY PUBLIC BIBLE STUDIES AND DEBATES
1. In 1974, he debated Marvin Hicks, United Pentecostal Church of Corpus Christi, Texas, in "The Dallas Debate On Tongues." Alan Highers, Jack Evans and Eldred Stevens assisted in the Dallas Memorial Coliseum with 3000 people in attendance each evening.
2. In 1981, he debated the error of "premillenialism" advocated by Dave Reagan. The discussion was held before 400 gospel preachers and elders at the Peak and Eastside church of Christ building in Dallas.
3. In 1981, he denied Johnny Ramsey's erroneous theory about how the Gentiles were accountable to God by covenant law during the Old Testament Mosaical age, at the preachers' meeting in Denton, TX.
4. In 1982, he debated Matthew 19 and divorce and remarriage with Andrew Connally, at the preachers' meeting in McKinney, TX.
5. In 1983, he denied in debate the "Oneness" of the Godhead with Wayne Joiner of the Pentecostal church, at the Welch Street church of Christ building in Denton, TX.
6. In 1984, he denied in debate with Jack Orbison that the alien sinner is "accountable" to all new covenant teaching, at the Welch Street church of Christ building in Denton, TX.
7. In 1986, he denied in debate with Dub McClish that the alien sinner is "accountable to all New Testament teaching before baptism," at the Welch Street church of Christ building in Denton, TX.
8. In 1988, he denied in debate with Jerry Moffitt that the alien sinner is "accountable to all New Testament teaching before baptism," in San Antonio, TX.
9. In 1993, he denied in debate with J.J. Carroll that "Matthew 19 Is New Testament Doctrine" on the marriage, divorce and remarriage issues, at the local church building in Duncanville, TX.
10. In 1994, he denied in debate with Don Tarbet that "Matthew 19 Is New Testament Doctrine" on the marriage, divorce and remarriage issues, at the local church building in Colbert, Oklahoma.
11. In 1995, he affirmed in debate with Roy and Mac Deaver the following proposition "The Scriptures teach that Matthew 19:9 is not New Testament doctrine" in Arlington, TX.
12. In 2004, he denied the first two nights in a four night debate with Mac Deaver in Ft. Worth, TX, at the Brown Trail church building, that the four books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John belong to the New Testament. On the last two nights, he affirmed that these four books belong to the Old Testament. Send all comments and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org -