Not at all. Armstrong was an Anglo-Israelist. I am not.
Ok. Just curious. Starting about this time of year through January, posters from various Armstrong splinter groups start posting seasonal topics of religion.
posted on 09/20/2006 10:26:00 AM PDT
Ah. I honestly hadn't noticed a trend. But really, is it any less appropriate to discuss the Biblical Feastdays at their appointed times than it is to have the annual Christmas threads?
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.
posted on 09/20/2006 10:30:44 AM PDT
To: fso301; Buggman
"Starting about this time of year through January, posters from various Armstrong splinter groups start posting seasonal topics of religion."
Could you be just assuming that they are Armstrong-ites?
Surely you realize that all first century Christians celebrated the "appointed times?" Those times pre-dated the giving of the Mosaic Law.
posted on 09/26/2006 6:54:23 PM PDT
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