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  • Palin Endorses Independent-Democratic Ticket for Alaska Governor Against GOP Successor

    10/23/2014 5:21:06 PM PDT · 191 of 252
    sasportas to AuH2ORepublican

    The Permanent Fund had been in place long before anybody had ever heard of Palin. She had nothing to do with its implementation. Gov. Hammond, back in the 80’s started it.

  • Palin Endorses Independent-Democratic Ticket for Alaska Governor Against GOP Successor

    10/23/2014 4:29:11 PM PDT · 146 of 252
    sasportas to Responsibility2nd

    Read posts 113 and 120 if you think Walker is so great. He has the Democrat nominee for his running mate, for heaven’s sake!

    The political signs he has put up around the sate are half red and half blue, for heaven’s sake! And you think Walker, with a running mate that is as pro-abortion as you can get, and pro every other wrong thing imaginable, is a true blue conservative? Give me a break.

    Parnell is a far and away the best choice.

  • Palin Endorses Independent-Democratic Ticket for Alaska Governor Against GOP Successor

    10/23/2014 4:03:46 PM PDT · 113 of 252
    sasportas to Impy
    Walker supports abortion. Parnell is pro-life.

    You are spot on. Walker is no conservative. He is like Rand Paul, a libertarian running as a Repub. If there be any doubt left about him being a half Repub, half Dem libertarian, his choice of a Democrat for his running mate ought to cinch it!

    I am finished with Sarah Palin and her "picks." She's got a lot of FReepers from the lower 48 fooled.

  • Catholics, the Real Liberals

    10/22/2014 2:56:34 PM PDT · 27 of 35
    sasportas to Wyrd bið ful aræd

    What’s the beef? You and Democrat Alice Lundergrun Grimes in the Kentucky race for senate were asked the same sort of question. And with similar reactions.

    I shake your hand on being opposed to, “abortion, gay crap, forced redistribution, crippling taxes, disarmament, “hate speak” tribunals, agenda 21, and open borders,” as most FReepers are.

    However, you must be bucking the tide in the RCC to do so.

    I can’t help but wonder how difficult it must be for such strong conservatives as yourself to coeexist with all those liberals. You should “come out from among them,” like the scripture says, and fellowship with good strong Protestant conservatives, you’d think you had died and gone to heaven.

  • Catholics, the Real Liberals

    10/22/2014 1:40:35 PM PDT · 18 of 35
    sasportas to metmom

    Good observation.

    It must be irritating to first time conservatives visitors to this site. FR is known to be one of the best, if not the best, conservative forum, yet they come away with the impression, by taking a cursory look at the threads on RF, that it is a Catholic site. Knowing that the RCC, from Pope to the pew, is flat out liberal, and vote that way. Its common knowledge everywhere. Quite a paradox.

  • Catholics, the Real Liberals

    10/22/2014 12:56:37 PM PDT · 15 of 35
    sasportas to Wyrd bið ful aræd

    You are throwing mud instead of dealing with the subject. This thread is about the fact that Catholics are far more likely to be liberal, and vote that way. How about you then, do you run with the majority of Catholics and vote Democrat?

  • Catholics, the Real Liberals

    10/22/2014 12:37:41 PM PDT · 14 of 35
    sasportas to Gamecock

    The lurch is in lock step indeed, and let’s not forget Joe Biden, and Palousy, and...

  • Millennial Series: Part 18: The New Covenant with Israel

    10/20/2014 4:13:23 PM PDT · 10 of 10
    sasportas to wmfights

    This quote from one of Pastor Tim Warner’s articles, “The Kingdom Hope in Hebrews” (Warner is Historic Premill), might help in seeing where I am coming from:

    “There is much debate today, particularly amongst Dispensationalists, as to whether the New Covenant has actually come. Yet, Paul (Warner believes Paul wrote Hebrews) left no doubt that the New Covenant had come... This is also confirmed in several other passages (cf.Luke 22:20, 1 Cor. 11:25, 2 Cor. 3:6, Heb. 9:15).”

    Taken from Warner’s website: Answers in Revelation (.org)

  • Millennial Series: Part 18: The New Covenant with Israel

    10/20/2014 2:46:59 PM PDT · 8 of 10
    sasportas to wmfights
    You two guys interpretation seems to me totally out of context with the rest of Hebrews.

    The writer repeatedly exhorts Hebrew Christians to hold fast to Christ: "For we are made partakers of Christ, if we hold the beginning of our confidence stedfast unto the end," 3:14, for instance; and not to fall away, for if they do "they crucify unto themselves the Son of God afresh, and put him to an open shame," 6:6.

    Hebrews addresses an ongoing crisis of faith taking place, Hebrews, therefore, addresses the here and now when it gets to the subject of the new covenant. What is to take place beyond the 2nd coming is not the subject.

    To read a dispensationalist new covenant into these particular chapters in Hebrews, is to read something into the text that isn't there.

    I say these things as a Historic Premill, by the way, I am neither Amillennialist nor Dispensationalist Premill.

  • 17 Intriguing Facts You Didnt Know About Religion in the U.S.

    10/20/2014 2:02:09 PM PDT · 8 of 8
    sasportas to alancarp

    All bible believing Protestants know that Jesus is the ONLY way to God, meaning, therefore, Non-Christian “religions,” Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, etc., do NOT lead to eternal life. I find it hard to believe they would believe “many religions” on the survey means the denominations of Christianity.

    The way the question is worded makes me wonder the motives of the one doing the survey. Is he trying to trip up Protestants with its wording, or is is he just plain ignorant of the way a Protestant would view the question?

  • On the Secular Humanist agenda, from The Man the Networks Love to Hate (1989)

    10/14/2014 8:24:52 PM PDT · 6 of 6
    sasportas to Zeneta

    I second that. I bookmarked it too. It explains what is going on to a tee.

  • George Pataki for President: Right Wing Republicans with a Human Face

    10/13/2014 4:34:31 PM PDT · 11 of 37
    sasportas to 2ndDivisionVet

    What this piece is really saying, northeasterner Pataki is not red meat conservative enough for the rest of the country, especially the south and midwest, but he has this great quality about him, he’s a good liar. He can lie real good to the conservative base, while at the same time playing up to the RINO’s.

    Please, that’s the last thing we need now, another lying politician in the mold of Clinton, Obama, and the rest of the lying Dems.

  • Transcripts Kept Secret for 60 Years Bolster Defense of Oppenheimers Loyalty (NYT)

    10/12/2014 5:28:53 PM PDT · 19 of 19
    sasportas to sasportas

    “The very fact that McCarthy is the communist left’s favorite punching bag, and in view of what we have foisted upon on us by the Clinton and Obama years...

    I include one more thing, the NY Slimes trying to tell us now, so many years after the fact, that McCarthy was wrong about Oppenheimer. The NY Slimes of all people.

  • Transcripts Kept Secret for 60 Years Bolster Defense of Oppenheimers Loyalty (NYT)

    10/12/2014 5:19:19 PM PDT · 18 of 19
    sasportas to bigdaddy45

    We would be beating a dead horse, many posts already on this thread why McCarthy would have been justified about Oppenheimer. As to Marshall, haven’t a clue.

    The very fact that McCarthy is the communist left’s favorite punching bag, and in view of what we have foisted upon on us by the Clinton and Obama years, is reason enough for me to come down on his side...even if he may have overdone it a bit here and there. Would to God we had a senator like him around today!

  • Transcripts Kept Secret for 60 Years Bolster Defense of Oppenheimers Loyalty (NYT)

    10/12/2014 3:19:18 PM PDT · 15 of 19
    sasportas to bigdaddy45

    Oppy spearheaded the development of the atomic bomb, he didn’t do it for the sake of capitalist America, he did it for the sake of Communist Russia. Remember, the soviets, Britain, and America (the big three, Stalin, Churchill, and FDR) had sworn unconditional surrender upon their enemies, Hitler and Japan.

    I don’t believe Oppy was motivated by any patriotic fervor for capitalist America, what motivated him was his desire to to destroy Japan, Communist Russia’s enemy.

    Just one man’s opinion, for what its worth.

  • BREAKING: What ISIS Has Just Accomplished Proves Obamas Anti-Terror Plan A Major Fail

    10/12/2014 12:19:59 PM PDT · 19 of 43
    sasportas to The Toll

    “Let’s not forget CNN and the other left wing media AND politicians making the Iraq war out to be the biggest debacle in the world.”

    And lets not forget the libertarians, and Ron Paul and Repubs who sympathize with his theories, some right here on FR.

  • 30,000 Protestant Denominations?

    10/12/2014 11:17:26 AM PDT · 110 of 110
    sasportas to Iscool

    Very good stuff from 1 Cor. 1 & 3! Pretty conclusive, I’d say. Let God (his word) be true and every man (the Papacy) a liar.

  • 30,000 Protestant Denominations?

    10/11/2014 4:48:17 PM PDT · 68 of 110
    sasportas to Lee N. Field

    i got that impression from past threads dealing with eschatological issues. Sorry ‘bout that.

  • 30,000 Protestant Denominations?

    10/11/2014 2:57:22 PM PDT · 62 of 110
    sasportas to Steve_Seattle

    I do believe what you said came from a sincere heart. I’ll likewise try to give a sincere answer.

    Standing between us and the original church of the New Testament, is the ecclesiastical institution that ruled for a thousand years during the middle ages, the RCC.
    The $64,000 question is: is it what it claims to be, the historical continuation back to the original church of the New Testament?

    A simple reading of what we see in the New Testament over against an “ecclesiastical institution that ruled for a thousand years during the middle ages” simply does not compute.

    Once the Bible became available to the common man, the jig was up for the Papacy. The trappings of Romanism, the Mariolatry, other forms of paganism, and so on, is simply not in the Bible. The whole of Protestantism, therefore, has been a major “back to the Bible” effort.

    Romanists point out the various denominations within Protestants, they never stop to consider that if it weren’t for the gigantic obstruction standing between us and the original church, there wouldn’t be all these. If the RCC was what they claim, there wouldn’t be all these, neither would we have all these combative threads on FR.

    The RCC is the problem, not Protestants.

    It is all about faith, my friend. Christianity is all about believing “the right stuff.” You are not a Christian if you don’t. And the only way we know what is the right “stuff” is to compare what we believe with the Bible. The infallible word of God vs a church that claims to be infallible.

    So, are the Protestant denominations but offshoots of the Catholic Church, as you claim? No, they are a major historic effort to wrench ourselves past the spiritual darkness of the middle ages to the true faith and beliefs of original Christianity. The true “catholic” (meaning universal) faith.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/11/2014 2:03:20 PM PDT · 1,038 of 1,086
    sasportas to sasportas

    Correction:

    Do you mind telling us how this prophetic crushing of the seed of the serpent’s head is supposed to work out in real time?

    The head crushed is the seed of the serpent, not the seed of the woman. The picture to our mind, is the seed of the woman grappling with the seed of the serpent. To kill a snake, you go for the head.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/11/2014 12:49:40 PM PDT · 1,037 of 1,086
    sasportas to annalex; Syncro; Elsie; CynicalBear

    Do you mind telling us how this prophetic crushing of the seed of the woman’s head is supposed to work out in real time? Is it Mary who is the prophesied great warrior from heaven who is to defeat the antichrist and his armies at Armageddon? Mary is to do this instead of Christ?

    Was she wounded in her heel grappling with the seed of the serpent at the first advent? (We Protestants believe this depicts Christ at the first advent)

  • 30,000 Protestant Denominations?

    10/11/2014 11:25:42 AM PDT · 45 of 110
    sasportas to NKP_Vet
    Blah, blah, blah. Can you come up with anything original.

    I have said it but a few times, it needs to be said a thousand times more...to counter all the false "the Roman Catholic Church is the original church" claims we are constantly flooded with around here. You've got it backwards, it is YOU...and "salvation," et al, that need to come up with something original.

  • 30,000 Protestant Denominations?

    10/11/2014 11:13:02 AM PDT · 43 of 110
    sasportas to Lee N. Field

    I’m surprised at your stance on the RCC, since you both have the same eschatology (Amill).

    Don’t you interpret Rev. 20 the same, you are supposed to be ruling with Christ on thrones during the present and ongoing millennial? Which interpretation, by the way, gave the RCC the authority to burn thousands at the stake. They are supposed to be ruling now on thrones, you know.

  • 30,000 Protestant Denominations?

    10/11/2014 10:43:16 AM PDT · 38 of 110
    sasportas to Salvation

    The problem with your chart, with “Catholic” first on your list, is you and your fellow Romanists think ROMAN Catholic when they read “Catholic,” the totalitarian system that arose to prominence claiming primacy over Christian churches of the Roman empire around the time of Leo, some 500 years AFTER the original Apostolic church.

    The original Catholic church in the Bible, and the paganized totalitarian Roman Catholic system bear no resemblance to each other.

  • The U.S. Is Over, Get Used To It

    10/08/2014 6:06:26 PM PDT · 100 of 116
    sasportas to Resettozero

    In post 27, the FR thread “the USA should be a benevolent Catholic dictatorship” was made reference to.

    I notice that I did make a small error, it said, “a benevolent Catholic dictatorship” instead of a benevolent Catholic monarchy.

    Either way, not a happy prospect. Benevolent my eye.

  • The U.S. Is Over, Get Used To It

    10/08/2014 2:09:01 PM PDT · 91 of 116
    sasportas to Alex Murphy

    Alex, have you noticed a kind of Catholic monarchist undertone by some in this thread? Somebody even suggesting a “benevolent” Catholic monarchy our only hope. For that reason, does there exist in the hearts of some Catholics a hope that hated protestant America does go down? Since B-chan, a Catholic and the author of the piece, is gone, we can’t ask him.

    “Benevolent” my eye. If history is our guide...

  • The U.S. Is Over, Get Used To It

    10/08/2014 1:46:59 PM PDT · 89 of 116
    sasportas to NYer

    I agree, the supremes decision was probably the last straw to break the camels back. One thing I picked up in this article, the author seems bent on making what he says a self fulfilling prophecy.

    He basically says, “its all gone now, no need to vote, it wont do you any good. No diff between Repubs and Dems.” Riiight, by his not voting, and everybody that follows his advise, it assures that his prophecy will come to pass in spades, we’ll surely have Hillary our next overlord.

    Will he even vote? He doesn’t say. He certainly implies that he wont, he stops short of saying it outright.

    I don’t care what this guy says, I’m not going to help him get Hillary his president. I will do as I have always done, vote for the most conservative option possible.

    Can somebody like Ted Cruz turn it all around? If some crazy doesn’t shoot him, I’m sure he’d give it his best shot. Whether he can or not, nobody better get in between me and the voting booth! I have no intention of helping vindicate the author of this article.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/07/2014 10:48:45 PM PDT · 918 of 1,086
    sasportas to Springfield Reformer
    Thanks for your thoughts on it.

    There are plenty of other passages that hit the issue square on, and make for much better authority in the conclusions.

    Makes sense.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/07/2014 5:04:50 PM PDT · 874 of 1,086
    sasportas to Springfield Reformer

    See my post 872. I forgot to include you in its address. Its about a bogus interpretation of “Nicolaitan” I’ve heard.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/07/2014 4:58:28 PM PDT · 872 of 1,086
    sasportas to editor-surveyor

    One take on Nicolaitans I’ve heard: a lot of Greek names have the “Nico” part in it, like Nicholas. Nicolaitans therefore has to do with the Greeks = especially those wicked early Christians who used the Greek “Ieusus” = evil perverters of the Hebrew Yeshua.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/07/2014 4:23:38 PM PDT · 868 of 1,086
    sasportas to Springfield Reformer

    Good info, Reformer. Should be good enough for ES, however, he seems to be hung up on the “Nicolaitans.” Anybody ever called you that before? Get ready.

    I think you are probably going to have to explain the true meaning of “Nicolaitan” next...for him, and for me. I’d like to hear your explanation of it.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/07/2014 2:13:47 PM PDT · 852 of 1,086
    sasportas to editor-surveyor

    Yes you are being evasive. Since you tell us there is no distinction between Judaism and Christianity, where you assemble for church, what does it say over the door is all I’m asking. The Church of Old Testament Christianity? The Church of New Testament Judaism?

  • THE SEIGE OF MALTA - History's bloodiest siege

    10/07/2014 1:42:26 PM PDT · 44 of 47
    sasportas to BereanBrain

    A hundred years or so back, the two seem to have maintained separation. Not so much nowadays apparently, I have known Catholics that are Masons, one of them even the master of our local Masonic lodge.

  • THE SEIGE OF MALTA - History's bloodiest siege

    10/07/2014 12:14:15 PM PDT · 42 of 47
    sasportas to BereanBrain

    No expert on this, but Malta is a Catholic island, and the Freemasons are anti-Catholic (at least in the time of the invasion of Malta on this thread).

    Hence, the Catholic secret orders with names having Malta in them, “Knights of Malta,” etc., would not be the Freemasons. Just my guess.

    Basically, the Malta secret orders are the Catholic answer to the anti-Catholic Masonic secret orders. The same sort of secretive thing, only Catholic.

    How the Catholic “Knights of Columbus” secret society fits into this, I haven’t a clue. Maybe some Catholic on this thread can tell us.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/06/2014 9:38:04 PM PDT · 762 of 1,086
    sasportas to editor-surveyor

    You are being evasive, ES, I’m sure your denomination, organizaton, fellowship, group, or whatever it is, must have a name. Sample Man asked you, now me. Inquisitive minds would like to know. Thanks.

  • Was America Founded as a Christian Nation?

    10/06/2014 6:38:17 PM PDT · 73 of 81
    sasportas to vabible

    Just a guess here, but are you by chance a Libertarian? Your fears of a Christian “theocracy” sure sounds familiar, we hear this sort of things from the Libertarians all the time...and their next of kin, the Democrats.

    Unless it be certain types of Roman Catholics who would like America ruled by a Catholic monarch, FReepers do not believe this country is supposed to be a theocracy.

    A Biblical based Christian nation, yes, but not a Roman Catholic theocracy like they had in Europe for a thousand years. Our Christian forefathers came to this country (the Mayflower Compact comes to mind) seeking to establish the very opposite of what they had in Europe.

    Methinks you would sing a different tune about Christian America if you had been reared in an atheistic Communist nation, or in Hitler’s Germany.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/06/2014 4:24:27 PM PDT · 718 of 1,086
    sasportas to editor-surveyor

    You are a Johnny come lately on the issue of the name of our savior. As an English speaker, I doubt you know Greek better than the ECF, the “Early Church Fathers” who lived and wrote around 1800 years ago.

    They knew Greek well, they lived much closer to the events of the New Testament than you - and not a one of them saw the name Iesous as a curse.

    They wrote “Iesous” in hundreds of places. You hold to a modern theory far removed from the truth.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/06/2014 3:50:52 PM PDT · 708 of 1,086
    sasportas to Elsie

    I got a hearty laugh from your cartoon. Very funny. Its depiction of Christianity, however, after my laughter subsided, I had second thought about.

    While not all Muslims are Mullahs, I rather doubt Muslims would have a problem with the way the cartoon depicted them. Likewise, Jews and the Rabbi.

    As this thread will attest, having the Papacy represent Christianity, “the only true church” as they like to call themselves, is gross inaccuracy to Protestants.

    Sadly, Judaism and Islam do think of Christianity as the cartoon depicts, pompous paganized Popery. The general unbelieving public too, perhaps, most of whom haven’t a clue as to what true Christianity is.

    Not all is inaccurate in the cartoon I note: Catholics frequenting bars is quite common. Catholic Ireland, for instance, is known for it, having long been equated to hard drinking Catholics and their pubs.

    I know, its just a cartoon, and not to be taken as seriously as I have. Anything for a laugh, you know.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/05/2014 4:00:54 PM PDT · 436 of 1,086
    sasportas to Rides_A_Red_Horse
    Finally, I read the Bible at age 30. Reading the Bible opened my eyes to the Catholic Church. You really ought to sit and read the Bible all the way through, absent from anything to do with rituals, Mary and traditions. You might be surprised.

    Great post, Red Horse, great testimony. We have quite a few ex-RC in our church, I've noticed that every one of their testimonies matches yours.

    Seems as long as they are going through all the motions Catholics do, the mass, saying their rosary, etc., with all the accompanying outward regalia, the priestly robes, the nun's garments, the gold, the statues of Mary, etc., they never get around to doing like the Bereans in Acts 17:11 who searched the scripture "whether those things were so" (whether RC "things" are so).

    The word of God, assuming they are not brainwashed by all the trappings of Roman system, will do that for honest Roman Catholics every time.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/04/2014 9:19:06 PM PDT · 261 of 1,086
    sasportas to daniel1212

    Daniel, you put in a lot of work for your post, thank you, I really appreciate it. Very informative.

  • 2016 elections: Ted Cruz for president?

    10/04/2014 1:03:04 PM PDT · 10 of 39
    sasportas to Hostage

    You are not alone in your take on Cruz. As great as Reagan was, Cruz would surpass him. Reagan had great homespun wit, Cruz has off the scale intellect. You need the latter in these days and times.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/04/2014 6:58:30 AM PDT · 79 of 1,086
    sasportas to annalex; All
    Your multiple Christ-denying sects are not bashed enough. Don't like being bashed, learn authentic Christianity from the Fathers of the Church.

    You do realize that the threads I cited in my post, i.e., comparing protestants to violent radical Muslims, and the "Scientific Proof of the Virgin Birth" thread, and this thread here, you are here and now admitting that they are indeed designed to bash protestants? Something protestants have been pointing out, with you guys denying it all along. Quite an admission, I'd say.

    Protestants are Christ-denying? It is precisely the centrality of Christ and his Word we hold to - and NOT the centrality of Rome - that lies at the root of the difference between us.

    Protestants are not bashed enough, you say? Please take note: every time you folks try to bash us, you get it turned back on you. It is the Roman abomination masquerading as the only true church that gets bashed. Give it up, it will always backfire on you.

    "Learn authentic Christianity from the Fathers of the Church," you say? Protestants, as you know, believe the primacy is the Word of God. If there is a contradiction, apparent or otherwise, one should always choose the Word of God over any man, including the "Fathers." The Word of God condemns your Roman institution at every step - your Mary idolatry for instance... just for starters, a long list indeed.

  • Protecting Gods Word From Bible Christians

    10/03/2014 5:20:48 PM PDT · 28 of 1,086
    sasportas to All

    This thread puts me in mind of the recent Protestant bashing thread that compared Protestants to violent radical Muslims. And the Protestant bashing thread of a few days ago deceptively named, “Scientific Proof of the Virgin Birth” (pushing their “immaculately conceived Mary” idolatry). Now here we are yet again, with another deceptively named thread, “Protecting God’s Word from ‘Bible Christians.’”

    As the others, deceptively named for the express purpose of bashing Protestants. And as the others - absolute duds.

    Just when you think you’ve heard it all. Amazing the extent Romanists go to trying to defend their paganized, totalitarian, and extraBiblical, form of Christianity, from those monstrous “Bible Christians.” Incredible, I tell you.

  • GOP surges in Alaska Senate race

    10/02/2014 6:18:31 PM PDT · 19 of 24
    sasportas to Clintonfatigued

    Begich case the deciding vote for Obamacare, does one need any other reason to vote him out?

  • Has Your Bible Become A Quran?

    10/02/2014 9:08:33 AM PDT · 19 of 102
    sasportas to Zionist Conspirator
    Jews are The People of the Book. THE people. No one else is.

    Those of faith were, examples of which are found in chapter 11 of the NT book of Hebrews, beginning with Abel's blood sacrifice looking forward by faith to Christ's sacrifice, to Abraham's offering up his only begotten son looking forward by faith to Christ, followed by Moses and the temple blood sacrificial system.

    And when the object of their faith came, the Messiah (Christ), the faithful Jews realized this is the one to whom their blood sacrificial system pointed, and accepted him. THESE are "the people of the book, no one else is."

    Those who reject him and hate him, are no longer the people of the book, for the entire "book" points to faith in Christ. His blood offered, not just for Jews but the entire world.

  • Five Myths About the Rapture and the Left Behind Industry

    09/30/2014 1:20:24 PM PDT · 65 of 232
    sasportas to sasportas

    Typo:

    the Assemblies, however, are neither non-denominational or post-trib which you now claim to be.

  • Five Myths About the Rapture and the Left Behind Industry

    09/30/2014 1:12:04 PM PDT · 62 of 232
    sasportas to huldah1776

    I take it your quest has ended at the Assembly of God, the Assemblies, however, are neither non-denominational of post-trib which you now claim to be.

  • Why everybody is moving to Texas

    09/29/2014 2:38:57 PM PDT · 30 of 80
    sasportas to SeekAndFind

    The pie chart confirms Kalifornos are a plague, in Texas and every other state they move into.

  • Millennial Series: Part 15: The Abrahamic Covenant and Premillennialism

    09/28/2014 7:10:18 PM PDT · 8 of 11
    sasportas to grumpa

    My mention of “the heavens and earth” refers to the events of Matt. 24:29 and Rev. 6:12-17.

  • Millennial Series: Part 15: The Abrahamic Covenant and Premillennialism

    09/28/2014 6:46:57 PM PDT · 7 of 11
    sasportas to grumpa

    So, which kind of preterist are you?

    The kind that has the whole of prophecy, including the heavens and earth passing away, the resurrection of the elect, and the 2nd coming of Matt. 24, and the entire book of Revelation, having taken place in 70 AD?

    Or the kind that believes practically identical - except for a few items they say were not fulfilled in 70 AD.