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    • My answer:  The 144, 000 are all male, Jews who have become believers in Christ.  This is only hard if you can only see thru the distorted lense of  Replacement Theology. Dr. David Reagon of Lion and Lamb Ministries says it better than I could.   http://christinprophecy.org/articles/the-mysterious-144000/ "There is probably no part of Revelation that has been more abused than the first half of chapter 7 which tells about 144,000 Jews being “sealed” as “bond-servants” of God. The Jehovah’s Witnesses claim that a group of their founders and pioneers constitute this group. Other cults claim they are the 144,000. Most mainline Christian commentators argue that this group is symbolic of the Church. How 144,000 Jews could be symbolic of the Church is beyond my comprehension. This interpretation is a good example of the fanciful ideas that people seem to delight in pulling out of Revelation. What would God have to do to convince us that He is speaking about 144,000 Jews? He says they are Jews. Specifically, He calls them, “the sons of Israel” (Revelation 7:4). He even enumerates them by their tribes, stating that 12,000 will come from each tribe. Does GOD need to put a flashing neon sign in the sky?? that says:    
    • if you could win someone to Christ using a debate, it would be a simple thing to make Christians......   something you have to take on faith really isn't debatable....   debates demand proof, and that we really don't have...    how can you tell someone about a relationship with God when they don't have a relationship and truly don't understand... Share your faith would be my suggestion also as others have said and let the Holy Spirit work with them.  It is he that really leads people to Christ anyway..
    • because we live in a secular country that gives everyone the liberty to believe and do what they will that is not against the law...     a few people who have garnered much power in this country have stacked the Supreme Court to the point of deciding that homosexually is legal and we can not discriminate against them....        Simple as that.         It is the price we pay for personal liberty... I might add that I do not accept it, but I do follow our laws and leave those who participate in that lifestyle to the lord to deal with.  
    • I agree with Robert and plant seeds, testify as to what God is doing in my life, and answer questions.  It is useless to reply to insults and accusation.  Since we are to bless those who persecute us and pray for those who spitefully use us, I would just firmly smile at the hateful ones, say God bless you to them, and walk away.  
    • A lot of the times I ever "debated" with atheists on facebook, the questions people would ask got escalated into accusations, insults, denials and outright vitriol on the part of the atheists. And these would be questions someone would ask innocently enough, only to have another come in and start railing against everyone involved! Sharing your faith is how I prefer to talk with people, but sometimes you will end up with folks who insist on "fighting" you and coming up with all sorts of "reasons" why "Christianity doesn't work". What I have found works best is simply answering questions folks have, and not getting personal when accusations are made towards you. One thing to keep in mind: while we may not get through to the person we're talking to (online or IRL), someone else listening or watching may pick up on it; I've had several people watching the discussions I've had on FB and other places come to me later and thank me for helping them understand Christianity better.
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