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Are Books In The Bible Wrong
If" but they don't.
---Mark_V. on 2/9/11
Mark, You have fallen into the same trap as most of the rest of the world in assuming that Jews equal all Israel, but there is a people who have done all that God prophecied that they would ie,carries the word of God worldwide, feeds the world,has a new name,all nations have felt the blessings....... and etc.

Are Books In The Bible Wrong
Was Luke a Jew or a Gentile? Was he saved or not?
---Warwick on 2/8/11
You are generalizing Gentiles to mean only non-jews the same as you generalize all Israel to mean only Jews. It can't be done. Scripture does'nt support that. Trav may be contrary, but he makes a good point about the prophets. They only gave prophecies concerning all Israel being saved, not all nations(Gentiles),for God's Law was'nt given to all nations(Gentiles) of the world. Furthermore, Israel was called Gentiles(nations) numerous times in the Bible.

Are Books In The Bible Wrong
Mac, you miss the point of the Scriptures I have given, that both Israel and the Gentiles (Goy/Goyim)have the same offer of salvation, by the grace of God.

---Warwick on 2/8/11

Warwick, I can't argue with that logic as long as you won't argue with biblical context. Just because you live in the U.S.(I assume)does'nt necessarily mean that you are white, although this has always been considered a White nation, no more than you can say that Luke was a Greek by ethnicity even though he was a citizen of that country. He was probably of the lineage of Israel although residing in Greece. Context.

Are Books In The Bible Wrong
Abraham's seed" Gal. 3:29.MARKV You need to also read Romans chapter 9 CAREFULLY, which will give you context for the one verse you so proudly display.

Are Books In The Bible Wrong
In Deuteronomy 7:3 In English, God makes it very clear what he means by 'the nations' again using the Hebrew 'Goy' naming seven Gentile nations.
---Warwick on 2/7/11

Warwick, I know where u r coming from, but you must realize that no other nations but Israel were given the Mosaic Law, which was the defining factor which determined sin. You and I are not judged under the laws of any other country,just as no other nation was judged by God's law. Romans9 makes very clear who Jesus came to release from the Law. The ENTIRE OT was written about,to,and only for one group of people. That did'nt change in the NT>

Are Books In The Bible Wrong
Quoting Isaiah Paul says "The Root of Jesse will spring up, one who will arise to rule over the nations, in him the Gentiles will hope."

This destroys your racially biassed case.
---Warwick on 2/5/11
Have you actually read the passage in Isaiah11:10-12 where this passage refers to? Gentiles are not mentioned!NATIONS are, specifically ISRAEL AND JUDAH! What a concept!

Who Are Lost Sheep Of Israel
but not ALL mankind from the time of Adam and Eve are refered to as ISRAEL. SO, ALL Humans, whether Aztec Indians, Cush, blacks, whites, are preached the Gospel of salvation.

What do the other people need to be saved from since the Laws of Yahweh were ONLY given to His people Israel and these Laws were what determined what was sin?

Is Satan A Fallen Angel
All of you people need to observe Legend's example and study your Bibles. This guy knows what he is talking about. One of the few people on these blogs that actually reads and understands what he is seeing. Keep up the good work Legend!

Cain And Abel Wifes
Gen 1:26...the TRINITY are saying they want to create MAN...
Genesis 2 They are actually telling us HOW they created MAN after God's image RE: SOUL.

---kathr4453 on 1/13/09
ever notice the differences in the order of the 2 creations? Not coincidence.

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