Skip to comments.Rosh Hashanah and the Second Coming
Posted on 09/20/2006 10:14:32 AM PDT by Buggman
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How asociated are you with the splinter groups from Herbert W. Armstrong?
Show up for a Shul in your pajamas with a pillow, like you've always wanted to.
A little something i wrote up in anticipation of Rosh Hashanah. I look forward to your feedback.
Not at all. Armstrong was an Anglo-Israelist. I am not.
Thanks, Hege. I forgot Quix on my ping list. Quix, please forgive me for that.
Ok. Just curious. Starting about this time of year through January, posters from various Armstrong splinter groups start posting seasonal topics of religion.
Anyway, if you want to find out what I'm about, check out the links in my profile; they'll give you a good idea. For the record, I'll agree with a conservative Evangelical on about 90-95% of theological issues, and the remaining 5-10% is mostly about whether certain disputed aspects of the Torah are still applicable--not for salvation (which is by faith rather than works), but as a matter of obedience.
Either "comprised the Feasts of Trumpets, Atonement, and Tabernacles"
"composed of the Feasts of Trumpets, Atonement, and Tabernacles".
Nothing wrong with it at all. Quite beneficial as a matter of fact. However, some of the Armstrongites really try to demonstrate their "superior" understanding especially as Christman approaches.
A friend of mine e-mailed me the top ten things to do at a Shul. He also suggested checking off the $18,000 donation box when the man next to you goes to the bathromm.
You are spot on with many of your Biblical Observations...
Add me to your ping list. I was so excited so see some like-minded views here that I finally joined this forum. By the time I registered you were moved from news-activism to religion.
Thanks. Will check it out.
Just got JOEL C ROSENBERG'S
His first non-fiction--looks great about Biblical prophecy in this end times era.
He commissioned a study on beliefs about such. Interesting results. Going to try and get permission to post extensive excerpts about such in a new thread.
Half of all Republicans believe we are in the last days.
Half of all women believe we are in the last days.
Nearly half of all senior-citizens believe we are in the last days.
Nearly 6 in 10 young people age 18 to 25 believe we are in the last days.
75% of African-Americans believe we are in the last days.
7 out of 10 self-described evangelical Christians believe Israel is a prophecy that has bome true before our very eyes as would be expected. But so do half of all Roman Catholics (52%) and nearly 6 in 10 American Jews (57%)
2/3 of conservative Republicans believe modern Israel is the fullfillment of Bible prophecy, but so do nearly half of self-described liberal Democrats (44%)
6/10 Southerns agree.
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