shiloh357

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About shiloh357

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  • Birthday 03/07/1967

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    Standing for Israel and defending Israel from Islam, anti-Zionism and Replacement theology.

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  1. You're the guy who was here before claiming to be the Holy Spirit...
  2. LOL is that a fact?
  3. Hmmm. I think so, now that you mention it. I can't remember the username...
  4. The Church is not the invisible Spirit of God. The Holy Spirit is not called the "Church" anywhere in the Bible. And God commissioned Paul to start churches all over the Roman Empire. The Church/Christianity started on the day of Pentecost and is the result of a move of the Holy Spirit. Christianity has no false gods. Jesus never referred to the any Jewish tabernacles as the dens of Satan. I don't know where you get your information, but you have some pretty bad sources.
  5. Well what are you waiting for? Enlighten us. Provide your version of Church origins for review.
  6. I seriously doubt it. I am sure you have some made up revisionist version, though.
  7. I have studied. I am a seminary student have had classes on both an undergraduate and graduate level about Church history and there is no confusion.
  8. I have studied church history and I can read the Bible and know how the Church got it's start. I seriously doubt you have any new information.
  9. No, one is a Jew who is born a Jew. Jesus isn't in a Covenant. Jesus is High Priest over the New Covenant. We are not in a Covenant with Jesus. The New Covenant isn't between us and God. It is between God and Jesus. We are the beneficiaries of that covenant. Complete hogwash.
  10. It didst' get it's start like that.
  11. I don't think one has to be KJV only to admit that when there is a discrepancy between the KJV and other translations that sometimes, as in this case, the KJV got it right. It is an issue because the translators are people and they make mistakes and we need to draw a distinction between a scribal error or translation error and a transmission error. The human authors transmitted the words we have in the originals without any mixture of error, as they were under divine inspiration. So, I expect translation problems and even scribal errors in the Greek copies because of the imperfect humans that were copying.
  12. When you remove cancer from the body, what do you replace it with?
  13. No, it is not before the return. It is consistent with other descriptions of the Millennium in Scripture. Proper hermeneutics clearly indicate that it is a description of the earth during that time and that is the only correct way to see it.
  14. Isaiah 35: 1-10 is a description of life in the Millennium. It really doesn't help your argument. So this is actually AFTER the return of Jesus. Sorry, but the hermeneutics you employ are seriously flawed.
  15. What makes you think that the only Jews who have returned to modern Israel are of the Tribe of Judah? Rejoining of the two sticks/houses is simply the full and final rejoining. All 12 tribes will officially be one people going into the millennial reign of Christ. It is a reference to both the physical and spiritual restoration of Israel that God promised.