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Thread: The Resurrection Question that terminates D'ism

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tambora View Post
    Read Galatians 10X.
    It's not problem for dispensationists.

    It proves, as dispys teach, that not everything GOD commanded was commanded to all people at all times.




    Is that the issue? What is 3:17's replacements about and why would they come up?
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    different commands for different times is not the killer. It's the restoration of Israel. That's what was confusing for Chafer. that's why the rebukes of Lk24 and Acts 1 are glossed as not very important. When I spoke with Walvoord in 1978, in 5 minutes, he found time to defend his whole industry by saying that Christ could not possibly have wanted an end to the search for when Israel's kingdom would happen.

    That's the calibre of D'ism. It's leading spox rams a knife through the text in question and murders it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Interplanner View Post
    When I spoke with Walvoord in 1978, in 5 minutes,
    Was this a takeoff on 60 Minutes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Interplanner View Post
    That's the calibre of D'ism. It's leading spox rams a knife through the text in question and murders it.
    Jer 31:31 (KJV)
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    You can tell the resurrection of Christ sinks D'ism by the effort that goes into fighting the plain meaning of Acts 2:30, 31, and 13:32+. The enthronement and the completion of things promised to the fathers in the mission of telling the world about justification in Christ.

    Today it's RD canceling the antecedent in Acts 2:30 and saying David didn't see the resurrection as the enthronement.

    Partly confused by the one-step removed English grammar of "would". Which ends up not mattering, because David saw the resurrection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Interplanner View Post
    You can tell the resurrection of Christ sinks D'ism by the effort that goes into fighting the plain meaning of Acts 2:30, 31, and 13:32+.
    Using the same logic, we could say the same about you regarding the 133 threads you've started about the land.
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