This treatise of your (yours) has me wondering if you have been hanging out with the wackos of First Baptist Church in Hammond(;) as they can be pretty bad about circular(,) off(-)track thinking themselves. I say again (,) you are way off your topic (,) and you really haven't refuted the alternate interpretation rendered (;) and(,) instead (,) you have only proclaimed your self(-)gained understanding.
I have had enough world history courses to see that what you espouse(,) with respect to Daniel 11:20(,) is logically incorrect just by reading the KJV(;) as the passages are in all likelihood past history for us today, not prophetic(-) still yet future or current events.
I will go a step further and say(,) it is my belief that prophetic passages(,) yet to be fulfilled(,) may (in reality) not be as mystical(,) as some would have us believe. In fact(,) they will probably seem quite natural many times(,) as was the rebirth of Israel. For an example, to someone 4,000 years ago(,) it would indeed seem a miracle for a man's voice to beam down from the heavens to be heard around the entire globe instantaneously. Could say the same for the ability of a stealth bomber to swoop down and unleash hell, fire, and brimstone quite literally.
But(,) I'm really not sure what case you are trying to make. We can all agree that we live in troubled times and that it is highly doubtful the 2nd coming of Christ (in any form) would be more than 20 years away,(;) and(,) in fact(,) likely a whole lot sooner than that.
(With)That said, whether President Obama is the Antichrist or merely the opening act for him(;) either way(,) I think it is becoming clear that the undisputed(,) unfilled prophetic events are not far away from becoming current events. But(,) if the Biblical attack on Israel from the north comes(;) and you're still here(,) I'm wondering if you'll feel "left behind" (a little pun on the movie of the same name)(;) or(,) instead(,) will then reassess your "conclusions."
Yeah, that's logical.
You didn't even pay attention in English Comp! I tried to show all of your grammatical and punctual errors, but I may have missed some. There were too many. Your double standard cancels out what you even said in that post. For example, you don't believe they are prophetic; yet, you go on to write about the prophetic passages that are yet to be fulfilled. I see that you are confused, too.And it shall come to pass, that every soul, which will not hear that Prophet, shall be destroyed from among the people.
Yea, and all the prophets from Samuel and those that follow after, as many as have spoken, have likewise foretold of these days. -Acts 3:23-24
-That Prophet, with a captial 'P', is none other than the Incarnation of God in the flesh. You will either hear Him or perish. And, the other prophets make up much of the Old Testament. Prophecy-a prediction of a future event that is believed to reveal the will of a deity.
Prophecy is given by God throughout His entire Word. "In those days....." means it is prophetic. Check it out for yourself. It is your salvation, not mine.
I can teach the entire Bible from Jesus' words alone because I believe He is Who He says He is-THE WORD MADE FLESH. I can see, from what you posted, that you do not. Your history courses, which I'm sure come from mainstream schools, wouldnt' teach what I know. Your teachers (more than likely) don't even know what I know.
Note that I referred to other Scriptures (other than the four Gospels) to prove my point, not what some man says. If you are going to criticize my knowledge of The Scriptures, you will have to use The Scriptures to do that. Can you do that? Can you show me where I am wrong? I didn't think so. But, hey, get in there and try to find it. You might learn something that could save your soul. My job is to get people into His Word. You didn't give any proof of your 'history course' wisdom. Did that historical event not take place? Was the Seleucid king not poisoned by Heliodorus? Does God's Word not teach that antichrist will come from the Seleucid kingdom in the end times (that would simply mean that his children will have great power, not that I believe O is antichrist), which He did tell us? Where is the support for your accusations if you are so knowledgable?
You are another mocker, G-man. I didn't expect you to even try to understand the real Truth.
I believe God and what He says. What people like you say has no bearing on that. Proclaimed mainstream scholars don't even effect my understanding of His Word. How could someone like you even think that you could?But take ye heed: behold, I have foretold you all things. -Mark 13:23
Amazing. Simply amazing. Talk about being evasive!
I could challenge your comprehension of English grammar skills as opposed to a typo or two (not every "correction" you assert is correct BTW) on a mere chatboard post in the middle of the night but then that's clearly not the point. However this probably helps explain your lack of comprehension of the subject matter at hand.
As I stated before, I have crossed paths with those who really don't care to examine what the Scriptures actually say in context and nitpick away towards a misguided conclusion. FBC has been bad about that at times. As I used to say (which was later picked up by Jesse Jackson of all people) a text out of context is a pretext.