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So on I came across a discussion on whether God was wrathful before the Fall.
One persons argument was that "God never changes. We get angry over an act of sin when it happens. God has known for all eternity all the sin that would happen. He has for eternity been wrathful against that sin and will continue to be wrathful against that sin."
So what do you think?
It touts itself as the most accurate translation of the Bible.
It is touted to be an open source work:
1. Literal translation; (no paraphrase anywhere).
2. Supplied words marked.
3. Removal of man-made implanted ideas and doctrines.
4. Verses used by many false religions to proof their doctrines whereas God does not. The MLV sticks with “thus saith the Greek” in pleasing God to keep His original word from corruption.
5. Each Greek word translated...
I just finished a study on what exactly is the "great tribulation", and when it actually starts, also what the day the second coming of the Messiah will be like, and how the Torah autumn appointed times relate to the events of his second coming, and when the seven trumpets and seven bowls of Revelation actually happen. Check out the study here What the Great Tribulation of the Second Coming Will Be Like, and When the Seven Trumpets and Seven Bowls of Revelation Will Happen | Wisdom of God .
GPS may not be establishing Special Relativity as is generally reported.
"It can be predicted that the crucial experiment will give a result contradicting the two principles of Special Relativity. The crucial experiment can be further simplified by using GPS, and it can be simulated easily with GPS simulators. Furthermore, the falsification of the two principles of Special Relativity and the calculations based on the GPS equation illustrate a new way for inertial navigation – measuring...
Diversity and racial reconciliation proclaimed at Missouri Baptist Convention meeting. They also took a stand against how the pre Civil War 'Dred Scott' case was decided:
Missouri Baptists: Dred Scott decision was wrong
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (BP) -- Missouri Baptists elected a more ethnically diverse slate of convention officers and approved a resolution encouraging racial reconciliation....Jon Nelson, elected as MBC first vice president, is believed to be the convention's first black...
Hey again all!
I've starting looking into some church history books lately. I have some downloaded as epubs. Anyway, in looking into an epub by Anselm it said this:
"In Why God Became Man, Anselm tries to answer the question of the incarnation of God in the form of Jesus Christ, concluding that neither men nor God owed anything to the Devil, and that our only debt was to God. Christ died in our place because there was no way we could pay the debt ourselves. Anselm's theory is highly...
Is the 1982 NKJV a more accurate and better overall English translation than the 1560 Geneva Bible?
Since there are not likely very many English-speakers who read the 1560 Geneva Bible, many may regard this as an unimportant question. A good number of KJV defenders or KJV-only advocates have praised the 1560 Geneva Bible, one of pre-1611 English Bibles of which the KJV is a revision. The 1560 Geneva Bible is on the KJV-only view's line or stream of good Bibles.
On the other hand, many...
Found this on FB-
Open for discussion:
The Bible I read is superior to "the original autographs" because we actually HAVE it, and we can read, study, and memorize it.
I don't understand the thought process that thinks God was so stupid that he gave his words infallibly and then left us at the mercy of man's best efforts. The Bible tells me that God does some things based on foreknowledge. I believe God gave his words in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek in a form, that once translated into...