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FAQ/Help / Re: Thread posts in different order now?
« Last post by Admin on Yesterday at 06:29:15 PM »
LaurenP,
  Have you tried to change the order in "last Posts" option? Where you see the list of threads, at the top there is the phrase "Last Post" with an arrow. You can change that up or down to change the order.

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FAQ/Help / Re: Thread posts in different order now?
« Last post by Erik Diamond on Yesterday at 05:19:33 PM »
Check your PM, Laurnp
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FAQ/Help / Re: Thread posts in different order now?
« Last post by laurenp on Yesterday at 01:02:21 PM »
Well I clicked on it and it didn't do anything (although it appeared to reload the page, everything looks the same), I closed the tab and reopened it and tried again, still doesn't do anything. Might just be some issue with iOS system? Maybe I'll try logging in and out again. Even if it doesn't work, thanks for helping!
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FAQ/Help / Re: Thread posts in different order now?
« Last post by Admin on Yesterday at 04:29:59 AM »

 )typing( Ahhhh, so you've accidentally hit that little arrow at the top of the page. Go to the top of the page where it says Biblical Theology & Eschatology under a image of mountains, at the right of it is a arrow pointing up or down. Click on it. That should solve your problem.
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Miscellaneous Topics / Re: Is Trumpism A Bonafide Cult?
« Last post by Lieberman on July 15, 2018, 07:21:52 PM »
 )ditto(  )amen( Not only him, but obviously others as well (both here and outside the forum) use that word as a red herring. People who don't like lies are not liberals. It's like Tony said, they can't win an argument any other way so they try and paint you with this liberal brush. Since Tony Warren, you and others have already by scripture thoroughly debunked Dispensationalism as a doctrine from outside of the Bible, painting us as anti-american amillennial liberals is the only retort George has left. But it's not going to work.

And I learned of Christ's kingdom from a Bible study of God's word, I never even heard of Origen or amillennialism until I was later told that was the name given this doctrine. George must think we're all too stupid to figure things out by the Bible and God's spirit alone.  ::)

Sorry Tony to be off topic, but I had to add my two cents but didn't want to get into the politics part.
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Miscellaneous Topics / Re: Is Trumpism A Bonafide Cult?
« Last post by Erik Diamond on July 15, 2018, 06:15:47 PM »
Tony, I agree with what you think about George's true motivation here.  For years, He did not receive the love of the Truth but going into labeling people with truthful testimony as liberal.
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Miscellaneous Topics / Re: Is Trumpism A Bonafide Cult?
« Last post by Tony Warren on July 15, 2018, 05:32:32 PM »
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All Amillennialists are liberal, every single one.
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Psalms 119:104
  • "Through thy precepts I get understanding: therefore I hate every false way."

George, yours is one of many false and mendacious statements that not only cannot be supported by any reputable source (Televangelists are not reputable sources), and is blatantly insidious, disingenuous and designed to deceive. Since You've been here for years, I'm quite sure that both you and others who throw the word "liberal" around like confetti know quite well that "most" of the posters here are neither what is "deemed" liberal in their views, nor do they support the ungodly teachings of the left. And since I know you know that, I can only assume that you're being deliberately deceitful to make a point that cannot stand without it. Unless you consider conservatism, anti-abortion, anti-immorality, anti-divorce, anti-drugs, anti-homosexuality, anti-adultery, anti-communism/socialism, and anti-disobedience to God's word, etc., etc. to be liberal. Then I'm sorry to say, your definitions are as corrupt as your Eschatology.

Proverbs 24:28
  • "Be not a witness against thy neighbour without cause; and deceive not with thy lips."

Of course I know why you say the things you do about Amillennialism, because you cannot refute it by any scholarly or legitimate means. Don't feel bad, no one else can either because it's founded solidly upon the word of God alone, which cannot be gainsaid nor resisted legitimately. Therefore all that is left is deceit, labels, distortions and the proverbial Straw Man. None of which can deceive the Lord's elect.

Mark 16:18
  • "They shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover."

So do try to keep your statements accurate please.


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They come from the early liberal allegorical view systematized by Origen of Alexandria and St. Augustine.
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 )offtopic( and also untrue, as the Amillennarian generally comes from a very reasoned and sound interpretation of the Bible, by the Bible, rather than by traditions, fables, televangelists and the genealogical dreams of men. You want a earthly kingdom, you'll get one, but it's a kingdom constructed and ruled by men.

John 18:36
  • "Jesus answered, My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence."

Amillennialism in its truest form is God's very clear declarations that His Son's kingdom is not of this world, that Satan was bound at the cross, that God is no respecter of persons, that a Jew is not one outwardly but inwardly, that the New Covenant with Israel is with all His servants and that the Israel of God is anyone brought out of spiritual Egypt by His Beloved Son. All things that are found in Scripture, that it is not needful to be systematized by Origen of Alexandria or Augustine, because they were scribed on the pages of the Bible.

Matthew 21:43
  • "Therefore say I unto you, The kingdom of God shall be taken from you, and given to a nation bringing forth the fruits thereof."

Since the physical Kingdom wasn't taken from Israel and given to a righteous people physically to reign in, then by all rational thought and idiom, it has to be a spiritual Kingdom. Unless you want to define the kingdom the way you define liberal--badly.


"nosce te ipsum"
 
Peace,
Tony Warren
"I acknowledged my sin unto thee, and mine iniquity have I not hid. I said, I will confess my transgressions unto the Lord; and thou forgavest the iniquity of my sin. Selah. -Psalms 32:5"
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Miscellaneous Topics / Re: Is Trumpism A Bonafide Cult?
« Last post by Kenneth White on July 15, 2018, 02:31:27 PM »
Sorry Pearson, everyone's stealing your tagline :)

What's a tagline?

Young'ns! ;)

Back in the old days everyone had a unique last line for their messages. It's just a slogan/line at the end of a post. Pearson ends his posts with a slogan "Sopbox mode off" meaning that he's finished his soapbox speech or has had his say. That's his tagline. Some people had bible verses, some a cute line, others a famous quote, etc.  It's just old school for sig. Kinda before forums started having a space for signature lines.

Dictionary.com: http://www.dictionary.com/browse/tagline
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Miscellaneous Topics / Re: Is Trumpism A Bonafide Cult?
« Last post by George on July 15, 2018, 01:24:28 PM »
All Amillennialists are liberal, every single one. They come from the early liberal allegorical view systematized by Origen of Alexandria and St. Augustine.
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Miscellaneous Topics / Re: Is Trumpism A Bonafide Cult?
« Last post by Rick Reeves on July 15, 2018, 12:23:19 PM »
Moderates, not liberals Dan.
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