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    The False Prophet

    Thread Starter: boangry

    So I don't derail other threads, Ive noticed a lot of views concerning who the False prophet is and to what his role entails. Ive noticed everyone including myself applies how they see the beasts, and their eschatology into their viewpoint,...

    Last Post By: divaD Today, 07:24 PM Go to last post

    The Parable of the Sower is not the Gospel

    Thread Starter: Walls

    Matthew 13:3-11, 18-23 In Genesis 1:26-28 we are informed that the purpose God had in mind when He made man was that man would (1) be in the image and likeness of God, and (2) in these attributes, would subdue first and then rule the earth with...

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    Thread Starter: SpiritOfElijah

    Hi, I hope all is well with you. Looking forward to going back and forth....

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    called to Postrib?

    Thread Starter: randyk

    I don't think it's entirely fair for someone to argue a position simply claiming he is called to do so. And yet there is one here who claims to be called into the field of eschatology, and thus owns all rights to interpret biblical eschatology as...

    Last Post By: divaD Today, 01:46 PM Go to last post

    is sin just a "Salvation" problem?

    Thread Starter: randyk

    We know that sin hurt the 1st Man and Woman. It caused them to suffer in their relationship with God. And it caused them to have to die. Furthermore, it caused them to suffer in labor and in childbirth. We know that redemption exists with God,...

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  • Polls

    Which of these characters are found in the Olivet Discourse? (Votes: 5)

    1. THE Antichrist (Votes: 3)

    2. THE beast (Votes: 3)

    3. THE false prophet (Votes: 3)

    4. THE man of sin (Votes: 3)

    5. None of the above (Votes: 1)

    Did the Jewish believers continue offering animal sacrifices? (Votes: 9)

    1. Jewish believers stopped sacrificing immediately following Christ’s final sacrifice. (Votes: 0)

    2. They stopped after Pentecost and/or when the Spirit was poured on the Gentiles. (Votes: 1)

    3. Believers gradually realized the New Covenant no longer required animal sacrifice. (Votes: 7)

    4. Sacrifice was accepted by God till AD 70 when the Old Covt. was finally abolished. (Votes: 0)

    5. Old Covenant has not been abolished, and temple sacrifice will resume in the future. (Votes: 1)

    6. Other reason for sacrifices between the Cross and destruction of the temple. (Votes: 0)

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