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http://www.carm.org/oneness.htm I *had* a friend who was a member of this church, and considered the Trinity a false doctrine. however, that was a while ago, and didnt know much about the trinity then. But now I see that a majority of Christian churches do accept it, which caused some confusion for...
- Wed Mar 01, 2006 9:05 pm
- Forum: Moral and Ethical Affairs
- Topic: hermaphrodites
- Replies: 9
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So do you guys believe hermaphrodites are a result of man? I'm having trouble seeing how God would create a person with both gender's reproductive organs when the original intention was a man and a woman.
is the pentecostal church heresy? I know they reject the trinity, they consider the Trinity and Trinitarians heretical. they also believe baptism of the Holy Spirit necessary for salvation, and evidence of speaking in tounges is absolutely required as well. Why do they restrict watching television a...
- Tue Feb 28, 2006 5:39 pm
- Forum: End Times
- Topic: The Olivet Discourse Fulfilled
- Replies: 133
- Views: 28824
Thanks alot Puritan Lad. I noticed the quote from Ed Stevens ”Maybe some Church Fathers made a mistake. Maybe our favorite theologians have made mistakes. I can abide with that. I can't abide with Jesus being a false prophet.” But did Jesus really say his coming and the ressurections will take pla...
- Mon Feb 27, 2006 10:53 pm
- Forum: Questions for Christians
- Topic: Having trouble believing
- Replies: 34
- Views: 5208
about the 1000 years like a day to God thing... I think what the passage is saying is that any amount of years to us humans (be it a million, a billion, not necessarily 1000) is still like a day in God's eyes. He is not confined in this time, he exists outside, he is timeless...
my Biology teacher was talking about alternative theories for life on Earth, and she mentioned the "Gaia Hypothesis", which is a theory that states the Earth and all living creatures on it are 1 organism, the living creatures are to help maintain a suitable environment for earth. Is this an accurate...
- Mon Feb 27, 2006 10:26 pm
- Forum: God and Science
- Topic: How old is the earth
- Replies: 223
- Views: 31172
and a day to us is a thousand years too God, so it could be 11000 years old, i really have no idea. :lol: The context in which this scripture was refering to was in referance to the second comming of Christ. It had nothing to do with creation. It says a day is like 1000 years to God, what you're sa...
- Sat Feb 18, 2006 12:37 pm
- Forum: End Times
- Topic: a funny interpretation of the Book of Revelation
- Replies: 0
- Views: 1753
I found at an Apocolyptic site... :roll: Its not completely accurate, and the wording may be a bit harsh, but still a good read, nonetheless. Okay, so here's what's gonna happen. According to John's visions, it all starts to go wrong when the `lamb of God' one day decides to open up the huge, sealed...
- Sat Feb 18, 2006 9:23 am
- Forum: Aberrant Christianity
- Topic: Mormonism is historically false in every possible way!
- Replies: 34
- Views: 10093
I dont think God "created" earthquakes/volcanoes just for the heck of it, but are just a result of the movement of the Earth's crust... So if He wants to move the land masses, earthquakes and volcanoes are bound to happen. And about the Earth's conditions, it being able to support life is extremely ...
- Sat Feb 11, 2006 2:28 pm
- Forum: Christian Chit-chat
- Topic: The Gospel according to Kanye?
- Replies: 5
- Views: 1431
Rapper Kanye West to be in the Bible Cocky rap star Kanye West is calling for a revised edition of The Bible, because he thinks he should be a character in it. The Jesus Walks hitmaker, who picked up three Grammy Awards on Wednesday night, feels sure he'd be "a griot" (West African storyteller) in ...