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I never could believe in a 360 day prophetic year. God would not use a length of year that did not apply to the years contained within the prophesy. I do believe that ancient years used to consist of 360 days. See an article on this subject at http://xwalk.ca/360vs365.html. I also think of the 70 years a little different than most. I believe it has to ...


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Nazareth is a place and has nothing to do with being a Nazarite. You would be a Nazareen if you came from Nazareth not a Nazarite, two completely different things. A nazir is one who abstains from wine, grapes and the produce from the grape-vine; a nazir does not cut his or her hair and does not come in contact with the dead. Clearly, Yeshki (Jesus or Y'shua ...


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Are the Dubia Cardinal's committing the Great Apostasy in contradicting Church teachings on the Mercy of God? Apostasy in Christianity is the rejection of Christianity by someone who formerly was a Christian. The term apostasy comes from the Greek word apostasia ("ἀποστασία") meaning defection, departure, revolt or rebellion. It has been described as "a ...


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Now, why is it that many Christians firmly believe that the wailing wall was part of the Temple? A statement that can imply that Jesus was wrong. What Christians believe is that Jesus prophesied the coming literal destruction and that it was fulfilled, and attested by independent historical accounts outside the New Testament. Whether "Not ... one stone ...


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If I prophesy that a person will be called "Plank", using it as an idiom to mean that he'll be "stupid", and then someone calls him "board" also meaning "stupid", and another confirms he is just plain "stupid", the meaning is the same (sorry for the poor example, but I'm trying to think of words that imply the same meaning). So also, there are many words ...


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