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  1. The purpose of the aions (Eph. 3:11 source text)

    The five aions God has set to Himself to come to terms with creation.

    [B]1st aion[/B]. From creation till the casting down of the world (translated foundation wrongly). The casting down was the first cataclysmic event which involved water, that's why we see the Spirit of God [I]moved upon the face of the waters[/I] in Gen. 1:2. This is called in 2 Pet. 3:6 the katakluzo of [B]the world that then was[/B].

    [B]2nd aion[/B]. From the seven days of restoration, till ...
  2. philosophy research

    I'm doing research on the broad concept of philosophy.

    I came across the concept of determinism.

    If I understand it correctly, taken to the extreme, it is a complete denial of free will.

    To put it mildly, I see no possible way for this to be compatible with a Biblical worldview.

    Without free will, how could a person be justly held morally accountable for ANYTHING?

    The thing that really bothers me is, this is uncomfortably ...
  3. Child and son of God

    Post [URL=""]#796[/URL] of Who are true Israelites .

    Any man is from birth carnal, spiritually dead, not in communion with God, even those who have knowledge of Scripture as we can see from John 3:3 where the Lord says to Nicodemus a Pharisee [I]Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God[/I] .

    John 1:12, 13 ...

    Updated Oct 6th 2018 at 06:19 AM by Aristarkos

  4. This has long bothered me.

    Many times, I've simply told various people (not necessarily people on this board) that I'm trying to do a Bible study and I get told "A head knowledge doesn't equal a heart knowledge.".


    The last thing a person trying to do a Bible study needs is to get attacked like this for simply saying they're trying to do a Bible study.
  5. updates on that last one

    I've started reading the King James Version of the Apocrypha.

    Yes, there are King James Version Bibles with the Apocrypha in them.

    From what I understand, the Apocrypha covers the Intertestamental Period.

    I realize more and more that there is a lot I don't understand about the NEW Testament.


    I'm trying to investigate accusations that many translations of the Bible are corrupt translations.
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