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Follow the links below to view websites related to Swedenborg and the Swedenborgian Church.

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NTRO Discussion Archive

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This is an archive of discussions about Swedenborgian and Evangelical beliefs that took place online at New Testament Revival Outreach (NTRO), an anti-Swedenborgian web site (now discontinued), in 1999 and 2000.

David Weaver, NTRO's web host, grew up in Bryn Athyn, PA--the ecclesiastical center and largest community of the General Church of the New Jerusalem. In a youthful struggle against drug and alcohol addiction, Mr. Weaver converted to evangelical Christianity, and turned against the church in which he had grown up. Participants in the discussion included: Mr. Weaver and other Evangelical Christians; Swedenborgians of various perspectives, including members of the General Church and members of the Swedenborgian Church (General Convention), from which the General Church separated in the late 1800s; and other readers of Swedenborg.