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Simon Williams
Jan 12, 2021
In Christianity Forum
I've seen it asked online, "How is it possible to believe in one God and not another God when they both have no known proof/evidence of existence?" Personally, I think there are a lot of ways: Find out how some god are portrayed by their respective followers and then compare their attributes, demeanor and impact on history (if any). You might not find it necessary to compare a particular God with all the rest of the gods in order to be satisfied that He is the best. I also think it's smart to start with the most relevant gods of today since it's less likely that a god who is worthy of worship would lose relevancy.
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Simon Williams
Jan 12, 2021
In Christianity Forum
I tend to believe in a pre-tribulation rapture for a few reasons: 1. The church is mentioned in the first three chapters of revelation and then it's not mentioned again until Rev 22:16. It's as though the church isn't there through the tribulation. 2. The Bible describes two facets of Christ's second coming: (A) He will come for His church to escort her to His Father's house (Jhn 14:3; 1Th 4:16), and (B) He will come with His saints when He descends from heaven to judge His enemies and establish His glorious 1000 year kingdom on Earth (Zec 14:4-5; 1Th 3:13). Pre-trib rapture makes sense of these two situations. 3. Jesus' saves the church from divine wrath (Eph 2:3-5, 1Th 5:9). This seems to be God's pattern. Like with Lot's family (Gen 18-19) and Enoch's rapture and Noah's family for the flood. Rev 3:10-11 I have more reasons but I think that's enough for now. What do you think? Love to hear it!
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