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Featured Timing of the Rapture

Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by StefanM, Nov 11, 2023.

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  3. Post-tribulation

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  4. Other

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  5. I am unsure.

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  1. taisto

    taisto Well-Known Member

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    7 Reasons Tom Schreiner (Tentatively) Holds to Amillennialism
     
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    Man the new stuff I see on this board all the time.
     
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    ‘New prophets’ - new ‘stuff’

    @timtofly the prophet.
     
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    New? This "stuff" has been in black and white in the NT Scriptures for almost 2 thousand years.
     
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    So pointing out Scripture is a new phenomenon?

    What is modern day theology and eschatology then? The actual usage of the word "Amil" is less than a hundred years old. Are all Amil modern day prophets? Is there that big of a difference between Amil and post mill?
     
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    The term was coined by dispensationalists. It is their negative term. Amillenialism would be better termed "Present-Millennialism." You would know this from my posts where I tell you that Satan is presently bound for a season.

    Dispensationalism is a couple hundred years old, but it is militant in the US.
     
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    Thread closed due to length. Please feel free to start another.
     
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