Obama As The Antichrist

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  1. Hyper Infinity

    Hyper Infinity Well-Known Member

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    I don't know what you're smoking, but it's certainly not doing you any good. The Messiah in Jewish religion isn't the 'antichrist'. Jews aren't 'against Jesus'. How would I know this? I'm Jewish. I'm not very religious, mind you. But I know my own religion.
     
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    Just a joke
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    Tis what he wore last night to the oval office to have dinner with Bush and his family...

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    Lol, I think this whole "Anti-Christ" is a bunch of bull. I don't believe anything in the bible from the start, but I do find it funny that every time somebody does something wrong or has a conspiracy issue with the bible people shout "He's the anti-christ!"... I believe Obama would know if he is what people call him...
     
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    In response to everything above.


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    Shh.

    I don't even want to be in a crew.
     
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    Hell was invented when Christianity was doing bad in the 300's CE to get more converts. Just throwing out more stuff...
     
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    This.
     
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    This. ^

    In reality, even in the Bible, Hell does NOT exist as a place. Hell fire, yes, but never Hell itself. Hades was mentioned cause Jesus was talking to a bunch of GREEKS in PARABLES.

    But meh, nobody listens to that. No where in the Bible does it say the anti-Christ takes over the world. No where in the world does the Bible describe its God as one that will take away all His believers and give everybody in the world a second chance in 7 years of tribulation. That's a bunch of comforting, psychological bull----.

    It's a nice feeling to say that the God will give you a second chance in life, but fact of the matter is, according to the Bible, He's given humanity thousands of years already. He's even allowed Satan thousands upon THOUSANDS of years of second chances that Satan took advantage of to try and continue and deceive, lie, and be a plain d!ck.

    Really. There is no anti-Christ that will take over the world. When they say anti-Christs they just mean false prophets, etc. etc. People who WILL perform miracles, yes, they will, they will perform miracles, and deceive even the least likely people to be deceived. They will show themselves as gods, but yet ones that will kill.

    Hell is Hell Fire. According to the Bible, God will clean the world with Hell fire, eliminating all Sin, and for 1000 years people will be able to question God if what He did was right. Fair deal. Then after God restores the world (again according to the Bible), Satan will see the new Jerusalem, cream himself, and of course want it for himself, so he goes after it while God completely destroys him.

    Seriously, people take Revelation too seriously. It's all prophetic study...I hate the Pentecostal Church... :\

    Funny looking at Revelation 13 and when I see it I picture all the metaphors it gives us, representing Christians in general, not so much the "anti-Christ". I love how people pull ---- out of their ass and the amount of sheep that follow them.
     
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    The term hell is not used.

    The term that the opposite of heaven is a place completely without god is said.

    They give a description of what 'hell' would be like, just without naming it.
     
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    Good going, n00bz.

    2 Peter 2:4-5 says, "For if God did not spare angels when they sinned, but sent them to hell, putting them into gloomy dungeons to be held for judgment."
     
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    I was under the impression that the chruch itself had let go of the idea of hell now, although I cannot remember where I got this spurious information.
     
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    If you think that, you must be on smack Chief.
     
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    You know, gloomy dungeons doesn't really sound like "OMFG, FIERY ETERNAL DAMNATION." Or in the other translations, "pits in gloom", "utter darkness", "gloomy caves and darkness". Why does it sound more like they were just cast out? Best part is, whatever those angels were cast out upon, they're not there permanently, either, since they're held there until "Judgement".

    I don't really want to even throw out this argument, but you can assume hell on earth, as Satan is more described to be here on earth on his last limb. But meh, hell on earth is too typical, but it is reasonable.
     
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    Hmm, when I said under the impression I didn't mean under the impression.. I'm not really thinking straight atm.

    What I SHOULD'VE SAID waaaas "someone told me a while ago that the church has dropped/changed their stance on hell." or something like that. I have no belief of what they said apart from the fact they said it though.
     
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    See kids, this is why drugs are illegal.

    Oh and Greasy Pete.
     
  15. pianoman0723

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    no see: the bible says that the jews will hail the antichrist as the messiah.

    there will be a man. the jews will think he is the messiah. the christians will think he is the antichrist.
     

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