So you provide a link to a previous post you made to which I responded with the Scripture proving that the contents of the article you posted demonstrates fulfillment of Bible prophecy. Thank you for that.
Amillenianalism, which is something dreamed up by men and is contradictory to God's word, is ignored and left alone because it is one of Satan's deceptions and men who don't know Christ as Savior are not threatened by it. Amillenianalism, a "theology" of man and not God, leads people to reject God and His word and therefore serves Satan's purposes and therefore will be free of attacks and attempts to discredit it and shut it down.
Dispensationalism, on the other hand, takes God at His word and takes His word literally since there is nothing in His word anywhere that gives even the slightest hint that man is to take it upon himself to allegorize or spiritualize Scripture. Dispensationalism recognizes the literal fulfillment of literal Bible prophecy, brings to the attention of people what is going on and what God has told us about His return, the events in the world which would occur before His return, and the option God gives people to escape His judgment.
Dispensationalism is a threat to Satan and to men who have rejected the gift of salvation that Christ died for. Dispensational teaching will continue to be rejected more and more thus fulfilling the prophecies of 1 Timothy 4:1, 2 Timothy 4:2-4, and 2 Timothy 3:13.
Thank you for reiterating my point and again showing that dispensationalism is one of those sound doctrines that will be rejected for "doctrine of demons" in the end times.
I'll take the likes of B. B. Warfield over any of the pop dispensational pundits, any day of the week. Or Drs. Sproul, Beale, or Vos.
A collection of preterists, Scripture-deniers and Scripture -twisters? You'll take that? Knock yourself out. I'm going to stick with the men who have remained faithful to the Bible as God wrote it and who haven't stupidly attempted to redefine Scripture more to their liking and according to their human "wisdom" but have told people what God said was going to occur right before His literal return.
Especially now that what God told us would happen is actually happening, I'll stick with those who turned out to be right.
Over the years, we've given mountains of scripture to support our position. For our troubles we tend to get shouted at, in TECHNICOLOR!.
Dispensationalists teach that God wrote the Bible to be taken literally and every word is literally inerrant, factual and truthful. Since it is impossible for Scripture to contradict itself, and since God wrote the Scripture that is prophetic, and since those end-time prophecies are happening in our time and on a daily basis, you have not produced any Scripture that repudiates dispensational teaching. Not one verse.
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.
Your tagline is nothing more than garden-variety replacement theology which is more Satanic deception, is another one of your beliefs which not only cannot be justified in Scripture but directly contradicts Scripture, and which is the basis for a lot of full-blown hatred of God's people, the Jews.
Jew-hating replacement theology isn't something I would brag about and post next to my name and parade around like some grand achievement.
But like said before- knock yourself out.
Your tagline is nothing more than garden-variety replacement theology which is more Satanic deception,
My tagline is a quote from Paul's epistle to the Galatians. Which is to say, from scripture.
It is those who are of faith who are children of Abraham.
Here are some verses we must also take literally:
"Therefore, as God's chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Bear with each other and forgive whatever grievances you may have against one another. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity." (Colossians 3:12-14)
"You have heard that it was said, 'Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.' But I tell you: Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be sons of your Father in heaven." (Matthew 5:43-45)
* I would assume Islamic terrorist would fall under the category of "enemy."
I guess I missed this sequence before.
CONGRATS on your excellent job well done.
Of course, there’s no accounting for taste, theology or cluelessness.