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Check out preterism on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preterism Preterism as a Christian eschatological view interprets some (Partial Preterism) or all (Full Preterism) prophecies of the Bible as events which have already happened. I believe N.T. Wright to be a Preterist. I am a partial preterist in that I think some of the Bible ...


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According to the Babylon Talmud the walls of the second temple were carved throughout with cherubim, palms, and open-faced flowers (inspired by Ezekiel's vision), and overlaid with gold. To the Jews the palms are a celebratory symbol that God, the victorious one, tabernacles with humanity. It wasn't the season for Sukkot, but those recognizing Jesus as ...


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It seems to be somewhat true that there was some hostility to the arrival of Mormons to the city of Lethbridge, Alberta! Lethbridge became a town on November 29, 1890 and a city on May 6,1906. "The first permanent LDS residents of Lethbridge were encouraged to settle there by A. C. Magrath, the first mayor of the city." - Land of the Second Chance, page ...


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Although it doesn't state exactly what the food actually was, it leads me to question the word defiled as in the bible, defile meant unclean. Example numbers 5:38. Defile also could mean destroy, for example 2kings 23:10. look at psalm 119: 1 which says blessed are the undefiled in the way, who walk in the law of God. This verse refers us to the laws of God ...



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