Sunday, May 04, 2008

If only he knew...

If only he knew that that beast isn't going to devour Rome after the "secret" rapture, but that that beast has been, is, and will continue to devour all false churches through false teaching and preaching - that is, teaching and preaching which takes Jesus out of the center of the Bible, be it by claims of papal authority, or claims of dispensational shennanigans ripped from the @$$ of would-be prophets beginning in the late 1800s.

He's right about the effect. He's right about the symbolism. He's dead wrong about what the Bible actually says.

Pray for false teachers. Saul can become Paul. But it's not going to be by teaching that the cross of Jesus was an "oops" and the Church of Jesus Christ amongst the gentiles is a plan "B." (And if THAT doesn't sound like any Christianity you want to be a part of, then you might want to study these dispensational "secret" rapture teachers a bit deeper. It gets a lot uglier than Trentine Rome ever did. I mean, big hint - the blood of the saints is the persecution of the Jews? Find that ANYWHERE in the New Testament, and I'll buy you cigar.

How many horns are on that beast again?


Matthew said...

He really has become a heretic. Did you happen to see the commercial for his latest book? Where he claims that Jesus didn't come to be the messiah?

Angels and ministers of Grace defend us...

John said...

Kim Riddlebarger of The White House Inn, in his lector series on Daniel’s 70 weeks (Daniel 9: 24-27) suggests if you interpret the 70th week as Dispensationalist do, as a future week at the middle/end of the great tribulation (especially verse 24 which is talking about the cross) is a denial of the doctrine of justification by grace through faith on account of Christ. I don’t think our Dispensational bothers and sisters really want to do that.

Meredith Kline a Reformed theologian, whom Riddlebarger quotes to make his argument, calls Dispensationalism an Evangelical heresy!

I do pray Christ will open their eyes to the Truth, considering most of American Evangelicalism holds this view.

Oh, the number of dispensations from the beginning of time until Christ returns to reign on the earth for a thousand years is seven. The beast also has seven horns. - JZ

RevFisk said...

Thanks for the comments, guys!

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