Just curious: Why amillennialism? I don't have a strong opinion on this point (I don't know much about eschatology) but you seem to believe strongly in amillennialism and you've noted that you see problems with postmillennialism so I'm curious of your reasoning.
Jesus didn't bicker with people. But I really don't want to argue this with you.
It's not just your approach and the hijacking of threads... it's also WHAT you're putting out there. But I don't want to argue about it. It's obvious that it won't do any good, even if I did have the time, which I don't. I'm sorry.
No hard feelings though.
I couldn't disagree more that "The only way the people on this board will ever hear the gospel of Jesus Christ is if a thread gets hijaked."
First of all, that's simply not true.
Second, it shows a lack of respect for the person who started the thread and for the forum rules. #4 - "Posts should respect the intent and desires of the Topic Starter."
Third, it is God's goodness and kindness that leads people to repentance. Not being argumentative, arrogant and portraying God in a horrible, twisted way (to put it mildly.)
Don't get me wrong. You're entitled to share your views like anyone else is. But start a new thread, stop hijacking every single thread you're on.... that is extremely arrogant, rude and annoying.
I don't mean to be harsh with you, but I want to be honest, and you did initiate the conversation.
im in Ontario,Canada, Windsor to be specific. Here is one that came up. lmk what you think please Sola. Kevin. http://www.campbellbaptist.org/ AND this was my OLD Church. The Pastor did not believe in the Pretrib Rapture and other things.... http://www.wcf.ca/ lmk what you think of both?
The recons are usually somewhat libertarian in my experience. Its the Covenenters who seem to flirt with tyranny on a regular basis.
Hey clean your inbox, it says you have reached the maximum.
Okay. Thank you for the heads up.
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Sola, did you ever look at the Reformed Libertarian review of the theonomy debate? You probably should. C Jay Engel is like the one non-theonomist I know that avoids strawmanning it.