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THE ZIONIST ISRAEL-WORSHIPPING AMERICAN CHURCH?!
By John Henry
June 7, 2017
Excerpts From An Anti-Israel Preacher:
"Modern Zionism and Talmudic Judaism are nothing more than the Phariseeism of the New Testament. And it is just as evil now as it was then; and never forget that Neoconism is mostly owned and operated by Zionism and Talmudic Judaism. By worshipping Zionist Israel, the modern Church is actually worshipping in the 'synagogue of Satan.' (Rev. 2:9; 3:9)"
Recently there was a major 3 day carnival like fair in my area and thousands from around Denver metro attended. What a great opportunity for evangelism and I passed out 500 million dollar bill tracts, and a number of the grim reaper tract that I had mentioned in a previous thread some weeks ago. 9/10 people took the tracts and Lord willing many read and considered the contents of the tracts. Are you ready for a similar event in your area? Are you always ready to reach the Lost? How do you...
I contend that there is no need whatsoever for any new translations or reference Bibles in the English language whatsoever. Even in the past couple of decades there has been a huge proliferation in English Bible translations. If you can't find a reference Bible of some kind in your favorite version, you are just not looking! (By contrast, there are several main translations in Japanese, but only one reference Bible--done by the JWs!!). Yes, I've read through the NIV, ESV, HCSB, etc., and...
I'd like to see input from both sides. In a discussion group, there was an Arminian who laid a charge that "Calvinists teach regeneration apart from Christ"
So I ask the Arminians here - is this how you characterize the teaching that regeneration precedes faith?
And I ask the Calvinists here - do you think this characterization is accurate?
I saw in the comments on "The KJVO Movement is Headed Down" thread that many of you are interested in issues related to the best form of the Greek text.
This reminded me that just about a month ago, a friend of mine sent me an unpublished (but possibly to be published) article on this topic. Now, I know only a tiny bit about this, not nearly enough to have a confident informed opinion of my own. But the friend who sent me the article is Tim Friberg, who is known world wide for the...
I'll give my story of how I came to defeat my own Problem of Evil and then I'll get to some questions.
I had wrestled with the notion that God was the final monster After All for years as a self-avowed Christian with no faith.
The crux of the matter was a question I couldn't let go: Can I forgive God for what he has done to me and others, especially children, who can die in sometimes torturous ways? Of course, I was dead wrong in my frame of mind. God shouldn't ask for anyone's forgiveness...
It is my judgment that the KJV Only movement is fractured and discredited (as a movement, not speaking of individual IFB churches). As evidence, note that the Dean Burgon Society is fractured. They found out that Riplinger had been divorced twice, so they split with her, quit selling her stuff, and wrote books against her.
Again, this year Ruckman died. It remains to see what will happen to his little Bible institute and his publishing company, but I predict a downtrend due to the fact that...
The fundamental objection to spiritual interpretation/understanding of prophecy is the assumed doctrine of the second of Christ. Must be personal, visible to all and physical and glorious.
The unbelieving Jews saw Jesus, but did not see him, heard him but did not hear him. E.g. Isaiah 6, John 8, John 12, Acts 28,
Why insist on the physical? In what way was/will be John 14:3 fulfilled?
When Jesus spoke of coming in Luke 21:27 the context relates to the destruction. Can we believe him?