Originally Posted by bikinigirl
actually i have been reading a lot of the bible, particularly John but I do know that I still have a lot to learn
If you read Matthew 24 you will find Jesus talking to His disciples in reference the same question you asked.
We look around us today and we find ourselves in these times but I feel these are as the bible says just birthing pains. Look up for your redemption draws near.
It is not difficult to understand the end times just some make it difficult
Should it be said!
This week I started my weekly journal,
instead of doing the digital web book
Based on reading through Genesis. It was
decided to start simplifying the book
by making it a Journal by amen corner.
Having studied one word that came to my
memory, or if I was truthful my Spiritual
man. The word was “Rhetorical” that is
what the heading is at the top of the page.
Not being a well educated person in
Updated Jul 9th 2010 at 03:31 PM by Amencorner
I think this is my second blog on the African peoples in general.
They are indigenous to the area of Africa sometimes referred to as Black Africa.
There are thousands of African peoples and some of them are largely Muslim.
I'm not sure how many of the African peoples have a large number of Muslims among them. I suspect that it's quite a few of them.
I'm trying to do research on such things as: How was Islam introduced to them in the first
Updated Jul 9th 2010 at 09:22 PM by gringo300
I've done some research on Islam.
From what I've read, it comes across to me as totally works-oriented.
Coming from the perspective of the Biblical doctrine of an inherited sin nature, this wouldn't make much sense. However, from what I've read, Islam doesn't teach that there is an inherited sin nature.
A person may point out that that's simply not logical from simple observation of human behavior. Well, all I can say to that is, I didn't come up with
Updated Dec 13th 2010 at 07:04 PM by gringo300
I think this is my second blog on this subject.
From what I understand, the Old Catholic Church was formed after the First Vatican Council in 1870 because of it's declaration of Papal Infallibility.
From what I've heard, Old Catholics claim that before the First Vatican Council, Roman Catholic Popes had nowhere near as much power as they've had ever since, and that Roman Catholic leaders under the Pope had far more power than they've had ever since.