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Non-Traditional Theology / Re: Oh man, if you just hear me
« Last post by chosenone on Today at 02:11:07 AM »
Sorry Mikko, but you're preaching to the choir here at these forums. We ARE saved Christians that are doing our best to follow the will of God.


While you're message is certainly Biblical, it also has an evangelical ring to it.


BTW, what country do you reside in?
 

I think he may be Scandanavian.

Possibly from Finland.

The language difference does make it hard to understand what he is saying .
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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/21/kim-jong-un-video_n_5604797.html
The Huffington Post  | By Ed Mazza
Posted: 07/21/2014 5:15 am EDT Updated: 07/21/2014 5:59 am EDT

www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=JUgEmezpS_E

Dictators never seem to have much of a sense of humor, and North Korea's Kim Jong Un is no exception.

Kim is trying to get China to pull the plug on a satirical video that, with some not-so-subtle digital trickery, shows him dancing, running, getting poked in the butt by a rocket and more, all set to catchy music. He also gets repeatedly pranked -- often by President Barack Obama.
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Preterist Forum / Re: You've Gotta Be Kidding, Right?
« Last post by raggthyme13 on Today at 12:21:41 AM »
I found these videos a little cheesy. But they get the point across..

Have you watched anything from William Bell? I like his straightforward approach backed with lots of scripture. :)
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Non-Traditional Theology / Repentance
« Last post by Mikko Ainasoja on Today at 12:05:17 AM »
Greetings to all,

Selfless love, and pure holiness is what we all must have to stay in Lord Jesus, then us hope is based on the real values, for salvation.

So have love for every man, hope for the best for every man, in the world, and give you extra part to those who needs that, and let this give part rise, and like I wrote before, do not make a big number for all that, case you doing only you duty to the Lord Jesus Christ.

And holy we must be all so, so we can stay in Lord, because God Almighty is holy, as it written. So be holy, and avoid unholy ways, so you will not get lost, to him which is the Life.

And the end. Live in peace to every one, if its only up to you, than live in peace.

Sincerely to you all.

Mikko Ainasoja

Lord Jesus Christ, and the God´s servant

Addition. I do not teach a non-traditional theology, but the word what I write is for every one
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General Discussion Forum / Re: Can you think about Jesus too much?
« Last post by 777 on Yesterday at 10:48:50 PM »
I have no idea, but its like nothing holds my attention any more EXCEPT Bible stuff, videos, etc.  TV just bores me to death lately, except the news and 700 Club I watch a couple times a week.  Think I'm just in Jesus freak mode.  lol 
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Restoration Movement Safe House / Why was Jesus baptised?
« Last post by AnthonyB on Yesterday at 09:46:56 PM »
Ok so as to avoid another thread of largely pointless contentious going issue, I'm posting this one in the this subforum, so only  RM folk can respond.

My thoughts on this is to some degree influenced by NT Wright's analysis in his recent series of books on Jesus and Paul but I'm not sure i can do my idea justice.

Jesus was brought up with the Jewish stories that echoed within the community, that retold through the religous cermonies and festivals. A community that, although returned from exile in some sense, still longed for fullfillment of the promises of God and the great themes of redemption, kingdom establishment, a gathering of the people of God into all of his promises.

Jesus personalized those themes to himself, redemption was found in him, he would suffer for the redeemed people, he was the new law giver. In his ministry he uses the themes from the great Jewish stories to highlight his personification of Isreal's redemption within himself. The sermon on the mount is his giving of the law, his death is the destruction of temple, he multiplies bread and fish to a multitude like the provision of manna and quail.

His baptism could then be seen as his inaugatration of the new exodus of the people of God. It is after that inaugration that he calls his first disciples. Whereas our baptism is our identification of joining the people of God, and Jesus becoming our mediator. I clearly see this the beginning of our being part of the redeemed people that Jesus was calling out.
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Non-Traditional Theology / Re: Oh man, if you just hear me
« Last post by fish153 on Yesterday at 09:36:46 PM »
Sorry Mikko, but you're preaching to the choir here at these forums. We ARE saved Christians that are doing our best to follow the will of God.


While you're message is certainly Biblical, it also has an evangelical ring to it.


BTW, what country do you reside in?
 

I think he may be Scandanavian.

Possibly from Finland.
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News from Around the World / Re: Thor is now a woman
« Last post by FireSword on Yesterday at 09:25:46 PM »
So who was that blonde guy in avengers? an imposter?

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General Discussion Forum / Re: Should I?
« Last post by fish153 on Yesterday at 09:15:39 PM »
Fish153: you're right. I'm going to think of us as anynomouus posters. I can say what I want, and not worry about what people say. In the end I'm only here for one purpose: to talk about God.

Excellent!
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