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Gentiles 101

Discussion in 'Traditional Adventists' started by Cribstyl, Mar 22, 2011.

  1. JohnMarsten

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    Again ECR, this is hard to follow.

    you are trying very hard to make EGW fit, kudos for that...
     
  2. Cribstyl

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    Mat(5)Mar(8)Luk(4)Act(6)Rom(13)1Cr(9)2Cr(9)Gal(11)Eph(4)Phl(8)Col(2)1Th(6)2Th(2)1Ti(1)2Ti(3)Phm(1)Hbr(1)1Pe(4)Rev(1)


    If we're to preach and teach the gospel should we just teach from the book of Daniel and Revelations?

    My first point is; Is the gospel reasoning out a date when Jesus is comming back? There is a difference in saying the Jesus is comming back soon and saying that Jesus is comming on June 17 2012.

    The apostles did not begin their teaching of the gospel by questioning people about "what day is the sabbath?" then telling them that they must keep the ten commandments.

    These texts above have context that explains what was taught by Jesus and the apostles. Trying to teach other doctrines are man made religion.

    Truth is, mostly all churches have a form of religion added to the gospel, so religion is not all bad. The problem is when people cant recognized the gospel that Jesus commanded the church to teach.
     
    Last edited: Oct 17, 2011
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