Yes, it certainly has been "gone over". The fact that you can never, ever produce Scripture to back up your assertions that the way dispensationalists apply the end-time Scriptures to what is happening in our world is wrong has been "gone over" a million times.
And, yet again, we see another prophecy thread where the same two people surface to attempt a hijacking with no defense of their own beliefs, just an arrogant slamming of others. It happens over, and over, and over.
If it wasn't so pathetic, it would be comical. You've never once convinced anybody that your claims that dispensationalists are wrong because you can't provide the Scripture to make your case. And Scripture is the only acceptable currency with dispensationalists when discussing Scriptural subjects. Not your opinion.
Yup. That's the phrase that comes to my mind when dispensationalists trot out the lame old "amil is antisemitic" canard.
And it comes to my mind when the same two people appear on every single prophecy thread to make the same tired, unsubstantiated claims that the Scripture that God wrote to warn us about events surrounding His return is false. You make the accusation that our "interpretation" is wrong, but you never produce any Scripture to back up your accusation.
You never produce it because you can't. That Scripture doesn't exist.
Dispensationalism, taken consistently, does damage to the gospel. That's the problem.
The chain remains unbroken. Another accusation with no Scripture to back it up. I understand that "religious" beliefs, such as amillenialism, which are not Scriptural, and which does not come from God but is purely a creation of man, cannot be defended with Scripture and so it's basically impossible to credibly prove what you believe, but you should try to drag up some Scripture from somewhere to back up what you believe just to avoid looking like an obsessive kook.
I don't care if you-all amuse yourselves with strange and novel theories. Knock yourselves out. "Mostly harmless", as long as nobody starts date suggesting.
I care when I hear people make the gospel into something different depending on who you are, and when you are. I care if I hear people want to put the dividing wall of hostility between Jew and Gentile, torn down by Christ, right back up again. I care if someone says (as I have seen) that the age of the gospel will end, and an age of salvation by works take its place. Back to the Law, "O frabjous day!"
You see what I mean? To you this makes perfect sense, but to those of us who base our beliefs on the God-breathed Bible, this is nothing more than weird, cultish, nonsensical gibberish that somebody heard from some self-anointed guru.
You have not provided one iota of Scripture to back up your claims that dispensationalists are wrong or that you are right. And until you can do that, you will have absolutely no credibility whatsoever, and you will continue to make yourself look like someone who feels threatened by what is posted by others which proves that we are living in the last hours before Christ's return and the events going on in our world are literal fulfillments of Bible prophecy.
I don't expect anything to change. You never have been able to Scripturally demonstrate that any of our "interpretation" of Bible prophecy is wrong and you never will be able to demonstrate that we're wrong because the Scripture to back you up does not exist.
It's that simple.
is nothing more than weird, cultish, nonsensical gibberish that somebody heard from some self-anointed guru.
You have not provided one iota of Scripture to back up your claims that dispensationalists are wrong or that you are right.
Over the years, we've given mountains of scripture to support our position. For our troubles we tend to get shouted at, in .
You never have been able to Scripturally demonstrate that any of our "interpretation" of Bible prophecy is wrong and you never will be able to demonstrate that we're wrong because the Scripture to back you up does not exist.
The scripture quote I have in my tagline right now (and the letter it's excerpted from) is a wooden stake through the heart of dispenstionalism's root axiom.
I don't expect you to see this.