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    LB SCRIPT

    What are you?

    Thread Starter: LB SCRIPT

    Hello everyone, I am a newbie here. I have met a few nice souls but I am interested in finding out how people view themselves. I am not big on labels, but if I had to choose one I would say “Christian”. If someone asked me what my theological...

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    Cyberseeker

    Exact Dates for the 70th Week

    Thread Starter: Cyberseeker

    Those of us who treat Daniel’s 70th week as consecutive (ie. not separated from the 69 preceding weeks), are sometimes asked, “well, when was it?” Here is the short answer: first day of seventieth week – 1st Nisan (27th March) AD 27 last day of...

    Last Post By: Cyberseeker Today, 06:30 AM Go to last post
    Vagrant

    Significance of baptism

    Thread Starter: Vagrant

    This has probably been a topic before, but I've been wrestling with this a lot lately. I have so many questions about baptism: 1. Is it accurate to say that it started with John the Baptist in Jesus's time? Or does the practice go further in...

    Last Post By: Noeb Today, 05:32 AM Go to last post
    karenoka27

    Nephilim

    Thread Starter: karenoka27

    This may have been discussed here many times before and if so, I apologize. Genesis 6 talks about the Nephilim and how they were destroyed in the flood. Only Noah and those on the ark were saved. Numbers 13:33 says"And there we saw the Nephilim...

    Last Post By: Aristarkos Today, 05:24 AM Go to last post
    divaD

    Unto Messiah the Prince

    Thread Starter: divaD

    An unusual thought just crossed my mind for some reason, just this morning. Weeks are involved in the Daniel 9 prophecy. What do weeks involve? They involve multiples of 7. So I then decided to get the Windows Calc running and do some figuring. ...

    Last Post By: jeffweeder Today, 03:21 AM Go to last post
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    Aristarkos

    Literary Structures

    Scripture is the only book in existence that has literary structures. These are the evidence both Hebrew and Greek Scriptures are His word. In ± 1500 years have ± 40 writers, wrote this Scripture and...

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