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RiversOfEden commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Hi Ben,   Here are some thoughts in reply to your comments. :)   1.  I don't see where you get the idea that "Jesus was resurrected (raised) from the Law" in scripture.    Being "raised from the…"
Jun 27, 2012
Bennie Winter commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Hi Rivers: (Re: -- 'A couple things about "resurrection."' Looks like I have my work cut out for me. I'll try to do my best with a beginning question: Paragraph One: Truly, Jesus could not have been a…"
Jun 15, 2012
RiversOfEden commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"  Ben,   A couple things about "resurrection."     We know that Jesus wasn't the first person to be raised from the dead.  Both Elijah and Elisha raised people from the dead long before Jesus (1 Kings…"
Jun 14, 2012
RiversOfEden commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Hi Ben,   I think I understand what you are trying to say, but I think it's hard to sustain the idea that 2 Timothy 1:10 was referring to the fulfillment of 1 Timothy 6:14 (which you assume is a difference of 3 1/2 years).   The…"
Jun 14, 2012
Bennie Winter commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Rickeyfred: Resurrection is a really tricky subject; however, the falsely promoted notion of spirits rising in the air for all to see is a difficult promotion. Are not spirits transparent? How you going to see them? And how can a spirit have soul to…"
Jun 13, 2012
rickeyfred commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Thank you Ben and Rivers for this dialogue, it has been fascinating. Ben, do you mind building on what you said about "resurrection". It seems as if you see this as an ongoing event within the three and a half year time frime, is that…"
Jun 13, 2012
Bennie Winter commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Hi Rivers: Scripture does not specify time frame for the New Heavens and Earth, and which was born on much suffering and trepidation; such time indistinction, as it exists, is corroborated in Daniel 7:25: where, Daniel speaks of one-half the alloted…"
Jun 12, 2012
RiversOfEden commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Hi Ben,   Where do you see the "new heaven and earth" (2 Peter 3:13) limited to only 3 1/2 years?   Rivers :) riversofeden4@gmail.com"
Jun 12, 2012
Bennie Winter commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Rivers: First, let me apologize for the lack of correct punctuation in the last comment's last few sentences. My editing was certainly lacking. Anyway, I think we are pretty well in agreement on the 'Heaven' definition. Truly, many…"
Jun 12, 2012
RiversOfEden commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Hi Ben,   Yes, I would agree with most of what you're saying about "heaven."  I'm just trying to keep the definition of the terms in the simple form they are found in scripture.   The fact that the…"
Jun 12, 2012
Bennie Winter commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Hi Rivers: With regard to heaven or heavens, I cannot dispute your correct though limited application of 'sky'; apparenty you prefer the evanescent visualization in your definition; however, we cannot limit the…"
Jun 11, 2012
RiversOfEden commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Hi Ben,   With regard to "heaven" or "heaven(s)" ... wouldn't we just accept the common usage in the Hebrew language?   The word simply referred to the "sky."  This is how God Himself defined it…"
Jun 11, 2012
Bennie Winter commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Donald and any other that might be curious: The below URL carries a rather weighty article on the place of Jesus' crucifixion.  http://www.gci.org/jesus/golgotha Apparently, we will never know for absolute certainty where the…"
Jun 9, 2012
Bennie Winter commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Hi Donald: Re: your recent comment and reference Eusibius, Jonathan, and other futurist writers, speculated a lot. Eusibius himself looked for Parousia, even some 300 years after the fact. What kind of credence can we give this fellow, and others,…"
Jun 8, 2012
Donald commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Ben,   There were some historical records about the armies of angels in the sky as Jesus and the apostles say so. We can't deny that. I've added a few more information in…"
Jun 8, 2012
Bennie Winter commented on Bennie Winter's blog post How Many People In The Garden?
"Hi Rivers:     Will try to state my case a little more clearly. I have been out of town; so, I am a little late with my response.     Let us use Daniel and John as an example: two prophets, messengers, or Angels with…"
Jun 6, 2012

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How Many People In The Garden?

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   As to the number in the Garden during Adam's creation, we cannot question other than a plurality present.

Genesis 1:26 clearly states a plurality in the "us, our, and them' in scriptural account. By the way, as author, in The

Great Deception, I laid out the dimensions of Heaven and Earth, to within a foot in all directions. Additionally, Eden encompassed these same boundaries. To the East in Eden, could be anywhere east of central…

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At 1:34pm on February 24, 2010, Bennie Winter said…
Hi JL:
I too have read Max King as well as J Stuart Russel, 'The Parousia.' King is a preterist, of course, as is
Russel. Yet Max believes in the church base as a means to ANOTHER salvation and resurrection. This
position implies an ineffectiveness in the first 'end time.' Russel did see the necessity for allowance of time in the Messianic closing era, for Parousia. I make a larger comment on these authors in my book.
Anyway, thanks for reading my book. Will be anxious of course, to hear your comments.
Ben
At 9:49pm on February 23, 2010, JL Vaughn said…
Yes, I have Winter's book. Yes, I have not finished reading it. But I have started it.

I can't say the last for Max King's book.
At 8:35pm on February 23, 2010, Bennie Winter said…
Hi Don:
Found it! Good job. It should help explain boundaries of the Ages for those new to the
concept, and it demonstrates how easy it is to parallel Daniel 7 horns with the King-Kingdom
actions against Messiah and the saints.
Best Regards,
Ben
At 3:48pm on February 23, 2010, Donald said…
Ben,

Look for "ALPHA_OMEGA" with pdf in http://fulfilledtheology.ning.com/ and click it. Also I just add a group about your book in below as well.
At 3:45pm on February 23, 2010, Bennie Winter said…
Hello Don:
I couldn't find the chart, so cannot comment. If anyone wishes to debate
an issue or two, I would be delighted to contribute my viewpoint --
for what it is worth.
Ben
At 2:44pm on February 23, 2010, Donald said…
Hello Ben,

I just put the chart with pdf from your book, TGD in front page and it is in below. Let me know if I'm a little off or give me some suggestion. I know JL and other guy have your book but I don't think they've completed reading it. Maybe we can discuss something.
At 12:22pm on February 22, 2010, Donald said…
Ben, welcome aboard.
 
 
 

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