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30-06-2017, 07:56 PM
RE: The resurrection
(30-06-2017 05:58 PM)serpentdove Wrote:  
(30-06-2017 03:31 PM)OmniConsUme Wrote:  ... Prophecy was never to tell the future.
Is 42:9, Rev. 22:10 [Image: dizzy.gif]

> "And they shall stand in despair before the white cliffs of the world, and shall chant from their empty tomes in vain, for their words are nothing! And Erú shall prevail against His enemies and they shall be cast into the Void, for their enchantments are naught and their gods are helpless before Him." (The Silmarillion, 17:82)

> Checkmate Christians! Drinking Beverage
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30-06-2017, 09:12 PM
RE: The resurrection
(30-06-2017 05:58 PM)serpentdove Wrote:  
(30-06-2017 03:31 PM)OmniConsUme Wrote:  ... Prophecy was never to tell the future.
Is 42:9, Rev. 22:10 [Image: dizzy.gif]

It was not. I see you have no education in the Bible.
http://www.thethinkingatheist.com/forum/...#pid257278

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01-07-2017, 12:36 AM
RE: The resurrection
(30-06-2017 03:09 PM)serpentdove Wrote:  The rapture is the next event on God's prophetic calendar. If the feasts occur chronologically, then the rapture could occur on the Feast of Trumpets.

Laughat Rapture isn't going to happen at all, Serpentdove. The Apocalypse happened 16 years ago and you missed it.

Tiamat's in charge now. I deputized Her to run the place because I needed some sleep, and with multiple heads She can nap *and* rule Earth.

I'm sorry, but your beliefs are much too silly to take seriously. Got anything else we can discuss?
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01-07-2017, 03:30 AM
RE: The resurrection
(01-07-2017 12:36 AM)Astreja Wrote:  
(30-06-2017 03:09 PM)serpentdove Wrote:  The rapture is the next event on God's prophetic calendar. If the feasts occur chronologically, then the rapture could occur on the Feast of Trumpets.

Laughat Rapture isn't going to happen at all, Serpentdove. The Apocalypse happened 16 years ago and you missed it.

Tiamat's in charge now. I deputized Her to run the place because I needed some sleep, and with multiple heads She can nap *and* rule Earth.

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01-07-2017, 10:40 AM (This post was last modified: 01-07-2017 11:16 AM by OmniConsUme.)
RE: The resurrection
Oh great this is why the date, They have a wikipedia article of this.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revelation_12_Sign
Also it seem that someone had to cheat, There is only 9 stars there and someone had the change the definition of planets.

EDIT: Oh look what's even on Christian Reddit.

Quote:This seems awfully contrived. You basically have to fudge with definitions - what counts as a star and what doesn't - in order to get the numbers to "work".
An arbitrary cut-off is applied in order to make the head of Draco have 7 stars and Leo have 9 (plus 3 planets to make "12 stars"). Kappa Leonis (4th magnitude) is not counted as a star; however, Nu Draconis (5th magnitude) does count. Three double-star systems are counted as two stars each in Draco in order to reach the required seven. However, Regulus is a quadruple-star system, and is counted once.
Also, the actual alignment of planets isn't that rare. The Sun is in Virgo every year in September, the Moon is beside the Sun every new moon, and Jupiter has a 12-year orbital period. Mercury and Venus, because they are inferior planets, are always near the Sun in the sky, so as soon as you put the Sun in Virgo there's a fairly good chance Mercury and/or Venus will be in Leo.
Also, if you read Revelation 12, I think it's fairly clear that the male child represents Jesus (who else "rules the nations"?). So basically, the alignment described here with Jupiter leaving the constellation of Virgo stands for ... Jesus being born of the virgin Mary. So what this image really proves is that Jesus will be born in Sept. 2017, confirmed!
This is just nitpicking now, why is Jupiter the planet which represents Jesus? Jesus calls himself the "morning star" in Revelation 22, so wouldn't Venus be more appropriate?
Nothing to see here, move along.

Quote:After actually fooling around with star maps, "more than once a lifetime" was an overstatement. It's more like once every few centuries or so (I found similar alignments in 1270 and 1780). But even then, it's happened quite a few times since Revelation was written.
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01-07-2017, 11:55 AM
RE: The resurrection
Billions of Catholic Christians, (FAR FAR FAR more than the Fundy cults that preach this shit) DO NOT think that verse from Revelation refers to what this fool is claiming. They believe it refers to Jesus' mother.
http://catholicexchange.com/woman-clothed-sun-2

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01-07-2017, 11:57 AM
RE: The resurrection
(01-07-2017 11:55 AM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  Billions of Catholic Christians, (FAR FAR FAR more than the Fundy cults that preach this shit) DO NOT think that verse from Revelation refers to what this fool is claiming. They believe it refers to Jesus' mother.
http://catholicexchange.com/woman-clothed-sun-2

If you look at her site, where she's posting stuff from this thread, we Catholics aren't Christians. So our opinions don't matter to her.

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01-07-2017, 12:03 PM
RE: The resurrection
Quote:With the apostle Paul's argument:


"Paul" is as phony as your godboy. Both are just as phony as Mohammed and Moses and Osiris and Thor and Marduk and Enlil and Quetzlcoatl and Shiva and yhwh and Zeus, etc. etc.

Why do you feel the need to delude yourself? Are you that fucking insecure?

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01-07-2017, 12:03 PM
RE: The resurrection
Also the Book Of Revelation was hardly Unique at the time.
Hell there we're 20 other Apocalyptic Preachers other than Jesus.
All of them were doing "Miracles"

What's even more baffling is we found TWO or more versions of Jesus Himself
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01-07-2017, 12:20 PM (This post was last modified: 01-07-2017 12:25 PM by Bucky Ball.)
RE: The resurrection
(01-07-2017 12:03 PM)OmniConsUme Wrote:  Also the Book Of Revelation was hardly Unique at the time.
Hell there we're 20 other Apocalyptic Preachers other than Jesus.
All of them were doing "Miracles"

What's even more baffling is we found TWO or more versions of Jesus Himself

There were literally 100's of Books of Revelation at the time. It was quite the fad. It was also not accepted as canonical, and in some quarters, still isn't.
"From its first appearance, bishops and theologians have had serious concerns about the book’s apostolic credentials. One third-century bishop, for instance, argued from a very careful comparison of the book’s vocabulary and syntax with that of the Gospel and three epistles attributed to the Apostle John that the Apocalypse had to have been written by a different person!
Others, including St. Gregory the Theologian in the fourth century, characterized it as difficult to interpret and easily misunderstood and misused.
In the Christian West, St. Jerome had his reservations, and St. Augustine, who discouraged eschatological speculation, favored an ahistorical, allegorical reading. Even Martin Luther initially included it among the works he considered “questionable,” and it was the only book of the New Testament for which John Calvin did not write a commentary!
As you mention, to this day, it remains the only New Testament book from which the Orthodox Church does not read aloud. This is not to say that the Church does not consider it a God-inspired text! On the contrary, the Church draws heavily from its rich and mysterious symbolism and imagery, and in fact can be said to act it out liturgically. "
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/joeljmiller...evelation/

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