"Prophetic theories always get convoluted when played through the prism of current events instead of the time the words were written and intended. This is the danger of Premillennialism where all prophecies are yet to occur because we are…"
"I have never taken the position of a full preterist. If you do, you end up getting into replacement theology and Reconstructionism. I'm not going there because the scriptures don't lead that way. My point is simply from…"
"A pretist view can be established by simply reading the text.
"Soon" means . . . soon
"About to happen" means . . . its about to happen
"This generation will not pass away . . . " means . . . this generation will not…"
"Okay folks . . . the mark of the Beast of Revelation and the number designation using the gematria 666 refers to Nero who was the Roman Caesar persecuting the new band of believers who followed Yeshua. The writer of Revelation used a code which…"
"Good comments Keith. I can make little to no sense of what AJ is presenting.When it comes to 'end times' the biggest mistake is those who (mostly the PDers) get confused about the VERY end, because the…"
"So . . . the UMJC are Premillennial Dispensationalists. PDism has infiltrated many well meaning religious organizations, so I would be careful if I were you. Quoting incorrect scriptural scholarship doesn't make it right…"
"Your remarks are all over the board and very difficult to understand. What is the UMJC?
Please do a better job of referencing your quotes so the reader has an inkling of what you are attempting to convey. You're not very…"
"By the way, What did I say before of , "Rapture", that prompted this? Please do not put words in my mouth.
You failed to reference this quote. What is it from? Hal Lindsay, Tim LaHaye, John Hagee . . . ???"
"More Premillennial Dispensationalism bunk. And all this talk about a rapture? You sure you don't mean rupture??? Maybe you and Harold Camping should get together . . . if he weren't deceased . . . and conjure up some more…"
Of the 930 assorted documents from Qumran, 790, or about 85% of them are written in Hebrew (120 or about 13% are written in Aramaic, and 20 or about 2% are written in Greek).
Hebrew – 85%
Aramaic – 13%
Greek – 2%
Many historians and archaeological information proves that the Israelites spoke Hebrew and Aramaic in the first century. So I believe that the Ketuvim Netzarim ("New Testament") was written in Hebrew and Aramaic.
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