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Genesis creation accounts (Gen. 1:1 to 2:4)
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Here is what I would interpret from the Genesis creation accounts: Gen 1:1 A beginning of Elohim (the plural form to indicate that the angels/gods are involved in the creation along with Yahweh)…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bennie Winter Jun 28, 2017.

Rivers Ofeden's "No Future in the Past" Radio Podcasts

You can listen all of Rivers Ofeden's "No Future in the Past" Radio Podcasts if you have missed them.…Continue

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Expectations of the Pre-70 Saints

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Started Jun 8, 2012

First Generation After AD 70
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Good read from Ed Stevens but unfortunately he still believe in on-going fulfillment since the Parousia in AD 70 and hold many of "orthodox" teachings ("Trinity", "Eternal Torment in Hell", "Lord's…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by RiversOfEden Jun 27, 2012.

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RiversOfEden replied to Donald's discussion First Century Chart with Scriptures
"Hi Donald,   Matthew 25:46.   Yes.  The meaning of "eternal" (AIWN) here is not duration, but permenance.   Those who were to be resurrected to "life" would no longer be subject to physical…"
Jun 6, 2012
Taffy replied to Donald's discussion Questions from Taffy on "The Divine & Human Nature"
"Rivers, with regards to the "bullet points", I plainly stated they were "a snippet from my 'blog' on "Death", which you know are different to the questions I've asked you 3 times…"
Jun 5, 2012
RiversOfEden replied to Donald's discussion First Century Chart with Scriptures
"Hi Donald,   John 3:16.  "will not die" = "will have life permanently".   This refers to the fact that the resurrection would save the believing Israelites from the inevitability of physical…"
Jun 5, 2012
RiversOfEden replied to Donald's discussion Questions from Taffy on "The Divine & Human Nature"
"Taffy,   They show up as "bullet points" so I just numbered them accordingly.   P.S.  Make sure you stay up to watch the transit of Venus across the sun this evening.   It's the last time you'll see it…"
Jun 5, 2012
Donald replied to Donald's discussion First Century Chart with Scriptures
"Rivers,   Thanks. I want to add one more thing when someone asked me about Eph. 3:21, "all generations of the age of the age". Does that mean the "church" were living in the end of the age from all generations (from Abraham…"
Jun 5, 2012
Taffy replied to Donald's discussion Questions from Taffy on "The Divine & Human Nature"
"Here's another snippet from my 'blog' on "Death": Scientific endeavours were prevalent in the ancient world from as early as 3,400BC (see, here), as was the chronicling of…"
Jun 4, 2012
Taffy replied to Donald's discussion Questions from Taffy on "The Divine & Human Nature"
"Hi Rivers, you still don't appear to have answered my previous questions?  Here they are again:   You agree that men's/God's "nature" hasn't "changed" and that people…"
Jun 4, 2012
RiversOfEden replied to Donald's discussion First Century Chart with Scriptures
"Hi Donald,   Yes.  The Hebrew word that is translated "forever" (Daniel 2:44) is the word OLaM which is used about 400 times in the OT and never means "eternal" (as defined in modern English).   It simply…"
Jun 4, 2012
Donald replied to Donald's discussion First Century Chart with Scriptures
"Rivers,   Are you saying that the Hebrew for "forever" can mean "permenance" or "indefinite period of time but there is the end", depending on the context?"
Jun 4, 2012
RiversOfEden replied to Donald's discussion First Century Chart with Scriptures
"Hi Donald,   Good answers.  I would like to put out a couple of other thought.   1.  Daniel 2:35.  Even if "the whole earth" is taken to extend beyond the Promised Land, it still would only be referring to the…"
Jun 4, 2012

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At 9:15pm on May 20, 2012, timothy Wallace said…

Hello Donald..I found the Jew and Gentile blog. If you can take a look at what I asked i would appreciate it. What a great site to put your thoughts out and debate...There is so much Christendom does not want to talk about..Like Genessis,12 tribes,Race Adam.We are created to ask these Logically sound questions and when you do you are labled(Heretic and what ever Ad Hominem) they can come up with...What a great site and i am gratefull for it.

Thanks

Timothy Wallace

At 3:19pm on May 12, 2012, John Marra said…
Yes Donald, I will certainly add you as a Facebook friend.
At 9:00am on February 6, 2012, Bennie Winter said…

Don:

You are one of those few who truly understand about the Bible's hidden Ten Ages.

Kudos!

Ben

At 4:51am on April 24, 2010, tony contos said…
Hi Donald! LOL, since Planet preterist no longer has a forum, and I'm getting board...I "Googled" 'Riversofeden4!'" Lo&behold...here i be, matey!
At 9:15am on February 24, 2010, JL Vaughn said…
I got it. Thanks.
At 9:42pm on February 23, 2010, JL Vaughn said…
Donald,

I'd like to know what we agree on and what we are close on that we can hash out.

Blessings.
At 5:34pm on February 21, 2010, Patrick said…
Nice looking site. Seems you been busy.
 
 
 

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