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More Pastors Jumping Off the Rock into the Raging Waters

annfan_777 Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 8:53 AM
RosefromNoHo Wrote: 10 hours ago (10:18 PM) "....Jesus has been coming back "soon" for some 2K years now. The "prophesies" in the Bible are always so general and obvious, like "There will be disease, war and disasters". --------------- Embarrassing Biblical illiteracy. There are hundreds of very specific and exact prophesies that have come true. For instance, there were several towns with the name Bethlehem in the days of Christ. But hundreds of years before, it was prophesied just which of those towns Christ would be born in, and the circumstances of His birth, with exact specificity. You can ramble on with your silly assertions, but you have no factual basis for them. We do.
Wherewithall Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 4:12 PM
For anyone interested Jesus lived on this earth for 14,700 twelve hour days. I have done all the calculations and it works out perfectly...I may have been the first person on earth to figure this biblical mystery out.....
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 9:11 PM

Have you calculated the days God has allotted you ?

I'm a Christian of 75; turning 76 next November. That is, if I have another November in my lifetime. I often ask myself; Is your casket already waiting in a mortuary showroom downtown? For your inevitable arrival? It could be.

dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 9:13 PM


So might yours, Wherethehell.
Wherewithall Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 7:32 AM
You have issues dread...not sure what they are...take good care of your self and you will live to a ripe old age...bar any unforeseen accidents...I should be complimented for having the perserverance and insight to try to know the biblical truth of Christ's age. Prophecy is based off of this...There are many wonderful biblical mysteries...Maybe you should try this on your own...You might learn a thing or two....
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 7:46 PM

I'm not concerned with your "truth." Is that an issue?

Prophesy may or may not be something learned. Likely not. My question for you:

Do you love Jesus absolutely? Tell me you do. We'll part on that note.

When evangelical preachers lose their way and turn their backs on biblical Christianity, why is it they end up in the Episcopal Church?

As a preacher who traveled in the opposite direction and left the Episcopal Church 22 years ago—or I should say the Episcopal Church left me—I think I have a clue.

On March 18, the Huffington Post reported that Rob Bell, the one-time evangelical pastor who rejected the core of Christian faith, has endorsed homosexual marriage.

Where was that endorsement made? Surprise, surprise: Grace Cathedral, the Episcopal Cathedral of the Diocese of California. Grace Cathedral is located in...