Re: Archbishop criticizes Israel for "safrificing innocent civilians"
- From: Matthew Johnson <matthew_member@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2006 03:16:35 GMT
In article <up8Eg.2324$9v1.1776@trnddc07>, Steve Hayes says...
Most "dispensationalist" teaching is derived originally from Darby.
True. But many dispensationalists have since distanced themselves from Darby;
not to mention they are all still operating under the fiction that since it is
all 'biblical', it did _not_ come from any one man, much less from Darby.
So like I said, do not expect this label to be popular.
The war will not end unless all interested parties recognise the need to
reduce fear and insecurity for ALL people living in the region, and stop
playing the zero-sum game of trying to gain peace and security for themselves
by increasing the fear and insecurity of others.
All the more reason to fear it will go on until the end of the world:-(
People who claim to be conducting a "war on terror" by inducing "shock and
awe" have become the enemy they claim to be fighting.
The administration and its lackeys on Fox News are still trying to hide the
fact, but many of those who supported the invasion of Afghanistan were _against_
the invastion of Iraq, until fooled with the WMD deception -- some still against
even after the deception.
It's quite popular. Many Christian bookshops sell Scofield Reference Bibles,
and people sometimes buy them with without knowing what they are, and so get
the idea that dispensationalism is the mainstream Christian view.
I am sorry to hear that. I had hoped it was more a US/Britain delusion.
I picked up "The late great planet earth" in the science fiction section of a
secular book shop chain, and I'm sure a lot of other people did.
But at least that shop knew to put the book in the science _fiction_ section;)
Bookmarked! Thanks for the great blog, even though I can't read the links on the
Subducat se sibi ut haereat Deo
Quidquid boni habet tribuat illi a quo factus est
(Sanctus Aurelius Augustinus, Ser. 96)
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