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Now Getting in the book: Leading Points. Interesting beginning chapter of the book Decoding Moses, In the Genesis. This is where the Pope is mentioned for certain views he has shared in statements he made publicly, and the geninning principles begin to be ununciated.
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This is a first show which I hope to host daily. The time of the show at first may vary, depedning on when it is best to broadcast. So, please be patient.
I am a Student of the Church. This means I am niether a Priest (Assistant to the Pope) nor a Deacon (Servant of the Pope). I am just a Catholic, much like yourself, who would like to provide a Catholic voice on Blog Talk.
In this first show, I will introduce mysef. Then I will describe what Catholic Exegesis. Then I will read Today's reading. Finally, I will provie my own interpretation.
I hope my interpretation is both unique as well as within the Catholic Catechim. I desire only to provide a Catholic perspecive, but I am not perfect. If my interpretation goes against Catholic Chatechism please E-mail me or Post a Comment and I will reply in a future broad cast.
Tonight we continue the critique of Johnny Oxendine's lecture on the resurrection of the dead from 1 Thessalonians chapter 4. We address the chapter in its historical setting. We provide a comparative exegesis (interpretation) of the text by comparing it with the Matthew 24 text. Matthew 24 has all the textual keys for an interpretation of the resurrection. Yet, this divinely inspired text is discredited and disregarded as a valid source of information for the chapter. The ramifications of admitting that Matthew 24 and its AD70 emphasis is too much for the Amillennial Churches of Christ to swallow. As a result, they abandon Scripture and formulate a new eschatological paradigm of futurism.
Today's broadcast is one you don't want to miss. Be sure to share it with family and friends. For more information check out DonKPreston.com or visit AllThingsFulfilled.com.
Have you studied the eschatological emphasis of Psalm 23. Check it out here.
Johnny Oxidene of California approaches the text of 1 Thessalonians from a contemporary time frame. He claims the same type of error perpetrated then is perpetrated today. He speaks of those who remain alive in Paul's day as though they are alive today. The following are the claims made for the futurist view of eschatology. He reads texts but does little if any exegesis.
The world is over.
The text applies to everyone.
Has anyone made an improper application of the Scripture.
Argues "those who sleep' refers to physical death
If there is no hope the Bible is useless
Claims preterists are splintering, hyperpreterist, consistent preterist, redirectionalist
Second coming happens at unexpected time as a thief in the night
Says Chist would not come soon, per 2 Thess. 2:3
What would people do if they knew exactly when that day was. All kind of sin till a day before.
By the word of the Lord, prophetic word spoken by the Lord to Paul
We who are alive and remain (that seems to be us, i.e. 21st century Christians
Acts 1:11, No hermeneutic could allow for a figurative interpretation of these verses
We know not the day or the hour
Calls it blasphemous indignance
2 Thess. 1:7-10
2 Pet 3:10-12 reserved unto fire and judgment (can't reconcile with destruction of Jerusalem)
Minister Adrian McNeal once again joins the ICE men as they analyze Jamal Bryant's recent interview, and discuss the place of Farrakhan (or the lack of such a place) in the church and the life of the believer. Do the I.C.E. MEN have more in common with Pastor Bryant than they previously thought? The goal of ICE Ministries: to bring the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ--, through ministry and apologetics-- to the men of the inner city in their own language; thus empowering them to take that gospel to their women, their children, and their neighborhood. Motto: I have become all things to all people so that by all possible means I might save some. 1st Corinthians 9:22b The men's prayer and devotional line is open Monday through Friday after the show. Call 605-562-3140, code 339367#.
Tonight we continue to review Gene Hill's Daniel 9 Presentation. We look at the 6 blessings and the 70 Weeks. The role of the temple and desolation of the sanctuary as the focal point of the prophecy fulfillment.
Does Daniel see the end of time in this prophecy or the time of the end? The confusion of Amillennialism is apparent and our purpose is to bring clarity and consistency to the chaos.
Join Don K Preston, D.Div, and William Bell for an hour of Bible exegesis on the prophecies of Daniel.
Hebrews 6:4-7 says, "For it is impossible, in the case of those who have once been enlightened, who have tasted the heavenly gift, and have shared in the Holy Spirit, and have tasted the goodness of the word of God and the powers of the age to come, and then have fallen away, to restore them again to repentance, since they are crucifying once again the Son of God to their own harm and holding him up to contempt."
Is it possible, then, for a true believer in Jesus Christ to lose their salvation? Can you pray the sinner's prayer and still walk away from the Faith? How can Salvation be a Gift from God if we can give it back? In a thoughtful biblical exegesis, Walter Martin continues his exploration of Paul's teaching on this important topic