Iranian President: Countdown to Israel's end

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  1. LadyEagle

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    Looking forward to the contest between God and Iran - as long as God doesn't fight it with American assets.
     
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    You sure got me ROTFL with this one.:laugh:
     
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    lol ya, good one.

    John Hagee makes my ears bleed, but I do agree with some of his positions about Israel and what will happen, ultimately, to countries like Iran that set themselves up against her.

    And I agree with him that part of the purpose of the current Iraq war is to make us so war-weary that we will be less likely to help Israel. But then I think we are just rebuilding Babylon there, and many people disagree...

    That Iranian leader may be a blow-hard, but we shall see. I hope the stories that he has very little public support in Iran are true.

    God hasn't forgotten Israel, and that leader may find out the hard way the difference between Allah and the God of Israel.
     
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    It seems the Iranian situation is going to come to a head in the not too distant future.
     
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    Iranian leader runs off at the mouth - again. :sleeping_2:
     
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    That is true as God will never forget the church for which Christ Jesus shed his blood.
     
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    ...the real Israel :)
     
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    Wow, here we go with replacement theology.....again. I guess I need to join a pre-trib board.
     
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    Blinded by...?

    Regardless, this is a continual threat Iran has made publicly yet where is the outcry? And we are approaching our third sanction resolution…Only time will tell but it doesn’t sit well with me. Too bad the Israelis couldn’t send in the Duvdevan…
     
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    The church is not the real Israel. Replacement theology is wrong in all senses of the word.
     
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    Martin Luther believed in replacement theology as did St. Augustine before him. I guess they weren't Christians. :rolleyes:
     
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    Augustine believed that babies were not human until something like 60-90 days after conception. I think the belief was referred to as Delayed Ensoulment. Gonna jump off the cliff with him on that one?

    Martin Luther did not believe James should be in the canon of Scripture and was fiercely anti-semetic? Want to join him?

    For those interested, a friend of mine, Rob Congdon, teaches extensively on Replacement Theology - www.congdon-ministries.com
     
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    http://www.gotquestions.org/replacement-theology.html


    http://www.cephas-library.com/replacement_theology/replacement_theology_history.html
     
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    You'll know better in Heaven, LE. :smilewinkgrin:
     
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    Just interested, has the Baptist Board always been, as it appears to be now, dominated by Baptists who are reformed (Calvinistic, amill etc) in Theology and liberal in practice and politics?
     
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    Been wondering that, too. I read some archives last night and was a bit surprised at what I saw. It could be that there are more of the Jimmy Carter-Al Gore-Bill Clinton style of "Southern Baptists" and the Alleged-Reverends Al Sharpton and Jessie Jackson style of other Baptists. But I'm still new here and trying to learn about the prevailing thought.
     
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    Let's hope not! :)
     
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    I would say so, although it wasn't always that way. Remember, we are on the honor system here and anyone can post in their profile that they belong to a Baptist church, whether they really do or not, and whether or not they attend more than at Christmas and Easter. Some have been "between churches" for a long time, as I recall. I have stated before that I have been in Baptist churches for decades in several states and never knew any - and I mean any - Baptists who believe like some of these folks here do. Welcome to the world of cyberspace where anything goes.
     
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    The Calvinists and amill position I can tolerate, so long as it is not constantly thrown up and held in a proud way. I can believe they study the Bible even though I disagree with them. :)

    It is the liberals in theology and practice that make me not want to come to the BB at times.
     
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