Skip to comments.JESUS CHRIST WILL RETURN IN THE WINDOW THAT OPENS ON SEPTEMBER 29, 2015 AND CLOSES ON APRIL 8, 2016!
Posted on 08/02/2009 7:09:23 PM PDT by TaraP
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Because the Jews wrote the Gospels and based Jesus Christ return on the belief system of the Jewish religion...Of course we as gentiles are grafted into GOD’s plan for eternal salvation, but his coming is based upon Israel
and what the Jews who believed in him wrote about eschatology....
Jesus is a Jewish Story that included gentiles...
Because the Jews wrote the Gospels and based Jesus Christ return on the belief system of the Jewish religion...Of course we as gentiles are grafted into GODs plan for eternal salvation, but his coming is based upon Israel and what the Jews who believed in him wrote about eschatology....
Those would be, let's see, Matthew, Mark, Paul and John. And Jude. And Peter. I don't see any of them getting into numerology or obsessing about Old Covenant festivals. Quite the opposite.
Or or you suggesting we pay attention to what the unbelieving rabbis have written in the almost two millennia since Christ ascended? You know, those of whom it is written:
"14But their minds were hardened. For to this day, when they read the old covenant, that same veil remains unlifted, because only through Christ is it taken away.
15Yes, to this day whenever Moses is read a veil lies over their hearts. "
You might find this interesting, by the way: Ashamed of the Tents of Shem: The Semetic Roots of Christian Worship
I will read the Link..
When did I say I was going to worship a False Prophet? just because I posted the article for discussion does not mean I believe it..
Good on you.
Surely you jest. Hal Lindsey wrote a book called "The Road to Holocaust" attempting to identify a form of anti-semitism among his opponents. He has said of those who do not support his eschatology, "This is the most anti-Semitic movement I've seen since Adolph Hitler." While later backing away from that comment, Lindsey and his friends still use phrases like "anti-semitism" to refer to those who oppose dispensational theology.
They are also very found of the term "replacement theology" to refer to their opponents, a term they invented and use when preaching to the choir.
For further information, you might like to read The Legacy of Hatred Continues: Is Hal Lindsey Telling the Truth About Christian Reconstruction? by Gary DeMar & Peter Leithart.