"Concerning The Restoration Of The Gospel Of Christ"

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  1. wgp

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    Introducing
    “The Restoration Of The Gospel Of Christ”​

    I have solved the synoptic problem by using KJV scripture to reconstruct the 'declaration' referenced to in Luke 1:1; entitled The Declaration Of The Apostles acccording to william; a perfect four column harmony of the individual gospel accounts of M-M-L-J…

    …and then conflated the four columns of text of M-M-L-J as ordered in The Declaration Of The Apostles acccording to william into one column of text; and with every word used in order, thereby restored the "former treatise" referenced in Acts 1:1; being The Gospel Of Christ according to william.

    Luke 1:1-4, "Forasmuch as many have taken in hand to set forth in order a declaration of those things…" makes reference to and introduces The Declaration Of The Apostles according to william.

    Acts 1:1, "The former treatise have I made…" makes reference to and introduces the celebrated 'lost'/restored gospel, entitled The Gospel Of Christ according to william.

    The entire work is called "The Reconstruction Of The Declaration Of The Apostles" and "The Restoration Of The Gospel Of Christ". I added no words of my own to these documents. All words were taken from the four gospel accounts of M-M-L-J according to the KJV translation.

    And that is why I am joining the BaptistBoard. My hope is that your membership will give my work a place to be examined and reviewed.

    All my files are pdf and can be downloaded from my website at http://www.thechurchattroutdale.com

    Only the very same words found in the KJV translation of the four gospel accounts of M-M-L-J were used in constructing The Declaration; and only those very same worde of scripture were conflated into one column of text and thereby restored The Gospel Of Christ.

    The solution of the synoptic problem resided in the words of the four gospel accounts of M-M-L-J according to the KJV text. As it is written, "The scripture cannot be broken."

    "The Restoration of the Gospel of Christ" is a gift from the first century "eyewitnesses and ministers of the word"; that we be restored/reunited into one body by The Declaration Of The Apostles and The Gospel Of Christ as we enter the beginning of the end of the times of the Gentiles.

    God bless you all.
    Wm G Pinard
    7.25.10
     
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  2. RAdam

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    Why is a restoration needed? Was the gospel lost?
     
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    Or more appropriately Do you believe the gospel was lost?
     
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    The gospel was not lost. The Gospel Of Christ IS the four gospel accounts of M-M-L-J with Acts Chapters 1-2. I have reconstructed the declaration referenced to in Luke's Prologue, "Forasmuch as many have set forth in order a declaration of those things…"

    Then I conflated the words of The Declaration Of The Apostles (being a perfect four-column harmony of the four gospel accounts) into one column of text; and thereby restored The Gospel Of Christ, referenced to in Acts 1:1, "The former treatise have I made…"

    My work is a technical achievement that solves the synoptic problem which I demonstrate is an illusion caused by the parabolic design of holy scripture; and in so doing affirm the chronology, historicity, and inerrancy of scripture.

    One day my work will become the proponents of Higher Criticism's worst nightmare.

    All my pdf files are available from my website at:
    http//www.thechurchattroutdale.com

    wgp
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    It sounds more like you think God's divine inspiration was not sufficient and you have corrected His error. :BangHead:
     
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    God does not err. God's divine inspiration is always sufficient. I corrected no err. I reconstructed the declaration of the apostles and then restored the gospel of Christ.

    That's what I've done.

    wgp
     
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    Really? I will be in prayer for you.
     
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    In order for something to be restored, something must have been lost. If you say the order has been restored, you are saying it was lost. Basically, you are saying something went wrong with the gospel accounts we have handed down to us and you restored them to their rightful state. You need to repent from this position.
     
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    Thank you Reverend Mitchell. You are most gracious.

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    No. In order to 'restore' something, the 'something' must be in your possession. For example, you do not restore a 1928 Ford if it is lost or stolen. You must have the car in your possession in order to restore the car.

    No. The order of scripture was not lost. The order of the scriptures in all four gospel accounts was maintained in the reconstruction of the declaration; and it was maintained as the four-column declaration was conflated into one column of text.

    No. Nothing is wrong with the scriptures of M-M-L-J.

    No. Nothing is wrong with the 'rightful state' of M-M-L-J.

    My position is as steadfast and certain as the the scripture of the four canonical gospel accounts: As Jesus said, "…the scripture cannot be broken." (John 10:35)

    wgp
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    If God's Word is sufficient as you claim you believe, then why do you need to "restore" it. If it is sufficient and without error, there is no need for it to be restored. :BangHead:
     
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    You need to ask God that question. Maybe God knows something you don't know. Maybe God has a greater vision than you. If you ask in faith, nothing wavering, the Lord will answer.
     
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    I believe you are the one who needs to humbly repent before God since you feel a need to "restore" what you believe God meant. :BangHead:
     
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    I agree..............
     
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    I hope your comments do not discourage others from participating in this topic. I will no longer respond to your posts.

    wgp
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    You show up on this board spouting out this heresy and now are surprised the only participation you are getting is opposition. And rather than dealing with the clear and necessary accusation of heresy you just choose not to deal with it. You have the makings of a modern day Joseph Smith. Good luck with that!
     
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    You say God's word is sufficient, but then claim to have "restored" it. That's like saying the 1928 broken down Ford in the driveway is sufficient to carry me to the store, but I must needs restore it first. If a restoration is necessary, then something is defficient in the current form of that item. If God's word needed restoring, something must have been defficient. It's as simple as that. Now, God told me He would preserve His word, every single bit of it. God cannot lie. Let God be true but every man a liar. God's word needed no restoration. God's word is pure.
     
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    There are several meanings to the word, "restore." You all are beginning to write like Reconstructionist Presbyterians. <G>
     
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    Dear billwald,
    I try to be very precise in my use of words; as well as write as clearly and effectively as possible. I do not have a 'religious definition' of the word 'restoration' as exemplified by the Mormon use of the term.

    My definition is taken from Dictionary.com:-"restoration"–noun

    1. the act of restoring; renewal, revival, or reestablishment.

    2. the state or fact of being restored.

    3. a return of something to a former, original, normal…

    4. restitution of something taken away or lost.

    5. something that is restored, as by renovating.

    6. a reconstruction of an ancient building, showing
    it in its original state.

    7. a putting back into a former position, dignity, etc.

    Of the seven listed my first choice would be #3 followed by #6, then #7, and finally #4.

    On page #8 of the appendix of TCAT/The Declaration 4.4.10.pdf, I set forth the principles at play in the reconstruction of the declaration as quoted:-

    (1) With all scripture taken from the Authorized King James version of the bible, The Declaration of the Apostles according to william treats the four gospel accounts of Matt-Mark-Luke-John with “fundamental consideration,” when the scriptures are used in the orders in which they are evidently set forth in each gospel account, with no scripture omitted and none used more than once.

    (2) The order of the scripture is determined by the testimony of the scripture.

    When you look at the four columns of the scripture of M-M-L-J, you are looking at a perfect harmony of the four gospel accounts plus Acts 1 & 2 based on dramatic unities of time-distance-movement.

    The Declaration Of The Apostles is the basic solution to the synoptic problem.

    The KJV translation is the only translation that can solve the synoptic problem because it is a lieral/lawful translation of the koine into King's English.

    In closing let me thank you for giving me the opportunity to explain the order and content of words found in The Declaration Of The Apostles according to william as well as The Gospel Of Christ according to william.

    And to those members of the board who wish to respond/reply to “Concerning The Restoration Of The Gospel Of Christ” I ask that you first do the folowing:

    Visit my website and download these three pdf files:-
    TCAT/The Synoptic Problem.pdf
    TCAT/William’s Hypothesis.pdf, and
    TCAT/The Declaration.pdf

    These three files set forth the solution to the synoptic problem; being the reconstruction of The Declaration Of The Apostles and the restoration of The Gospel Of Christ.

    You should be somewhat familiar with the history of the synoptic problem to fully appreciate the monumental achievement of the reconstruction of The Declaration Of The Apostles and the restoration of The Gospel Of Christ.

    My work is the most important publication since the publication of the KJV1611 bible and confirms the special place the KJV1611 has in the body of Christ.

    Otherwise I’m a voice crying in the wilderness.

    Wm. G. Pinard
    7.30.10
     
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    uh...yea:rolleyes:
     

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