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Endtime delusions

My friend Luke shared the below with me. If you study Eschatology from the Bible, you should know that the following doctrines most evangelicals hold to be true are based on a false interpretation of Daniel 9:27, namely, the Antichrist will make a treaty with the Jews and Israel for a 7 year period during which he will allow the Jews to rebuild the temple of Solomon. Please know that this doctrine was created by a Jesuit priest circa 1585, and was rejected by Protestants until sometime in the 19th century through Jesuit infiltration into Protestant churches and seminaries. It began when Darby and Scofield taught dispensationalism. The purpose was to sidetrack Protestantism and to get the Protestants eyes off the Pope and the Papacy as the true Antichrist of the Bible. Did it work? You know it did!

  1. There is no seven-year countdown to Armageddon – prophesied in the Bible
  2. There is no Antichrist seven-year Middle East peace covenant – prophesied in the Bible
  3. There is no rebuilt Jewish temple in Jerusalem as a result of a seven-year peace covenant – prophesied in the Bible
  4. There is no Antichrist that is going to make or break a seven-year peace covenant – prophesied in the Bible
  5. There is no Antichrist that is going to stop the Jews from sacrificing in the middle of a seven-year peace covenant – prophesied in the Bible
  6. There is no Antichrist that is going to sit in a rebuilt Jewish Temple in the middle of a seven-year peace covenant – prophesied in the Bible
  7. There is no Antichrist that is going to declare himself to be god in the middle of a seven-year peace covenant – prophesied in the Bible
 

For the biblical and historical reason behind this, please see The 70th Week of Daniel Delusion on this website.

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Served in the USAF from 1970 in San Antonio, Texas, Biloxi Mississippi, Sacramento California and Asaka, Japan and honorably discharged in 1974.
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Seven Events Evangelicals Think Will Happen But Won’t — 1 Comment

  1. James

    Thanks for publishing this.

    A note about the third article of your “… beliefs in a nutshell”: Should read, “Who died on a cross made of wood”.

    By the way, I am thinking about your beliefs in a nutshell and wondering if I might post it in an abridged manner on my site. Along the border area for many years the Catholic Church has been infiltrating fledgling and developed non-denominational, and we have been talking and praying about just such a message for those we want to bring deeper into our confidence.

    I had thought that the first statement should be a renouncement of Catholicism and the Pope — a difficult hurdle for many here — as prelude for autonomous, self-governing, Spirit-led home fellowship. What do YOU think?

    Once we bound over that hurdle, we can move forward.

    Love in Christ,

    Mike and Karen

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