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#17 is the one that I find the most persuasive: “It is characteristic of divine dealing to deliver believers before a divine judgment is inflicted on the world as illustrated in the deliverance of Noah, Lot, Rahab, etc. (2 Peter 2:5-9).”
The angels had to physically drag Lot from Sodom before God’s judgement on the city could commence. God shut the door to the ark before the first drop of rain fell. The Tribulation is a period of God’s judgement on the World. As Christians, our judgement has already been dealt with, in Christ’s sacrifice on the cross. There is no need for us to endure God’s judgement; there is no need for the Church to be “purified”. Our purification has already been accomplished at Calvary. I believe that God will remove the Church from the World before the Tribulation begins.
I would like to add that, if we believe that God broke His promises to Israel, then there’s really no reason to think He wouldn’t break His promises to us.
The claim is made by some that Creationism isn’t science because it doesn’t make testible predictions. Dr. David DeWitt sets the record straight.
Edit: I just want to put it that, whereas I once became concerned whenever some new “scientific study” was released that “absolutely proved” the Molecules-to Man Evolutionary Hypothesis, nowadays I know that I only need to wait a few years, and the conclusion of the study will have been so debunked that the Darwinoids will make fun of me if I try to bring it up as part of an argument against the MtMEH.
“No one expected such an advanced brain would have evolved so early in the history of multicellular animals”Posted in For God with tags arthropod, Atheism, chelicerate, Christianity, Creationism, Darwinism, Evolution, God, mandibulata, Science on February 6, 2014 by cavalier973
Here’s an article by Ron Bailey, Reason.com’s resident “Science” Fanboy. He thinks calling people a boogerhead is the way to win a debate. He also is part of the Global Warming Cult.
Answers in Genesis “Debate Answers”. A list of articles that address some of the questions posed by Bill Nye.
“I don’t know how X happened, so God must have done it.”
If someone tried to use this cliche, you can refer him to this artice by Jason Petersen.
He quotes Bill Nye; my favorite part is this: ”We need scientifically literate voters and tax payers for the future….”
Does Nye think that Creationists don’t pay taxes, or something?