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Tuesday, 02 September 2014
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9 mins 36 secs
How will the death of Bishop Tony Palmer impact the progress the Ecumenical movement and the development of the IMAGE OF THE BEAST? HTTP://WWW.4RUNNER777.COM HTTP://WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/4RUNNRE777 HTTP://WWW.TWITTER.COM/4RUNNER777 TEXT @ 417-693-6995 Some Sources: Religious news service: http://www.religionnews.com/2014/07/22/tony-palmer-captured-pope-francis-bid-christian-unity-cellphone-dies-motorcycle-crash/ Christian Today: http://www.christiantoday.com/article/christians.mourn.death.of.bishop.who.was.friend.of.pope.francis/38973.htm Catholic News Service: http://www.catholicnews.com/data/stories/cns/1403015.htm Charisma News: http://www.charismanews.com/us/44726-bishop-tony-palmer-champion-of-unity-dies-in-motorcycle-accident Catholic Register: http://www.catholicregister.org/home/international/item/18513-pope-s-friend-bishop-tony-palmer-dies-in-motorcycle-crash Kenneth Copeland's Ministry Official Site: http://kennethcopelandministries.org/2014/07/celebrating-bishop-tony-palmer-a-man-of-faith-and-unity/#.U8_UlfldXg0 Tony Palmer's Ministry: http://thearkcommunity.org/ Official Vatican News: http://www.news.va/en/news/popes-friendship-with-late-evangelical-leader-tony Official vatican news services: http://www.vatican.va/news_services/
Monday, 01 September 2014
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Prs. Larry Kirkpatrick and Mike Lambert discuss the theological move of denominations which approve women's ordination and their inevitable drift into approval of same-sex unions. They consider how one and only one denomination so far has turned back from this---by reestablishing a historical-grammatical interpretive plan at their seminary. Discussion turns, with some regret, to the current situation of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary located in Berrien Springs, MI. The women's ordination-favoring theological approach of the current dean is investigated, and the core presupposition identified. All this, in just 13 minutes.
Monday, 01 September 2014
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20 mins 31 secs
This video immediately continues the comparison between the North American Division's proposed "Principle-based, Historical-cultural" method of biblical interpretation, with the longstanding Seventh-day Adventist principles of the "Historical-grammatical" method, undertaken in part 1 of the interview. Pr. Jim Brackett interviews Pr. Larry Kirkpatrick for the Council of Adventist Pastors (CAP). Back-and-forth comparisons are made between the SDA method ("Rio" document"), and the NAD's new method.
Monday, 01 September 2014
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34 mins 10 secs
In this Council of Adventist Pastors interview, Pr Jim Brackett and Pr Larry Kirkpatrick discuss the new NAD proposed approach to biblical interpretation which opens the way for women's ordination. The NAD's new "Principle-based, Historical-cultural" method is contrasted with the longstanding Seventh-day Adventist use of the Historical-grammatical method.<br /> <br /> This is part one of two.
Monday, 01 September 2014
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32 mins 55 secs
Prs. Wayne Kablanow and Jim Brackett discuss women's ordination. Is WO as we have seen its proponents attempting to introduce it to the church today, actually congregationalism just at a larger scale? Is letting each division decide independently in essence the same as letting each congregation decide independently? Kablanow and Brackett work their way into the topic carefully in this extended study. 33 minutes!
Monday, 01 September 2014
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1 hr 29 mins 46 secs
Subjects Addressed: Time is fulfilled Nations are angry ISIS Crisis and Middle East Unrest Papacy proposes war while posing as man of peace Seventh Trumpet: Third Woe Mark of the Beast crisis Wrath of God- Seven last plagues Work of the Third Angel Separation of wheat and tares Experience of those who are sealed Victory over appetite, presumption, and love of the world The Science of Fasting and Prayer
Monday, 01 September 2014
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1 hr 28 mins 31 secs
Subjects addressed: President Ted Wilson states that the Mark of the Beast is WORSHIPING ON ANY OTHER DAY than the Sabbath.  Roy Ice of Loma Linda University Church urges members to pray to the Holy Spirit, participate in spiritual formation, and contemplative prayer.  Two groups existing in the last days--first group like Joseph and Nicodemus, afraid to openly proclaim the present truth, the second, like John the Baptist, carrying forward the message of preparation with God's approval and not having church leader's authorization. Self-supporting work in relation to regular lines. Regular lines may prove a failure and snare. The need of Elijah's message. Restoration of God's image. Restoration of the home.
Doug Batchelor
Wednesday, 20 August 2014
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1 hr 56 mins 5 secs
Join Pr. Jim Gilley, Danny Shelton, MI Conference President Jay Gallimore, Pr. Doug Batchelor, and Pr. Stephen Bohr. Program #4703
Tuesday, 19 August 2014
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1 hr 31 mins 28 secs
Subjects Addressed in Message: 2014 Pathfinder Camporee Witchcraft and Emerging Church Movement Protestants Bridging the Gulf with Popery The Elijah's Message and John the Baptist's experience Prisoners of Hope "With such an army of workers as our youth, rightly trained, might furnish, how soon the message of a crucified, risen, and soon-coming Saviour might be carried to the whole world! How soon might the end come--the end of suffering and sorrow and sin!" {Ed 271.2}
Tuesday, 19 August 2014
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1 hr 29 mins 23 secs
"The government under which Jesus lived was corrupt and oppressive; on every hand were crying abuses,--extortion, intolerance, and grinding cruelty. Yet the Savior attempted no civil reforms. He attacked no national abuses, nor condemned the national enemies. He did not interfere with the authority or administration of those in power. He who was our example kept aloof from earthly governments. Not because He was indifferent to the woes of men, but because the remedy did not lie in merely human and external measures. To be efficient, the cure must reach men individually, and must regenerate the heart." {DA 509.3} "But today in the religious world there are multitudes who, as they believe, are working for the establishment of the kingdom of Christ as an earthly and temporal dominion. They desire to make our Lord the ruler of the kingdoms of this world, the ruler in its courts and camps, its legislative halls, its palaces and market places. They expect Him to rule through legal enactments, enforced by human authority. Since Christ is not now here in person, they themselves will undertake to act in His stead, to execute the laws of His kingdom. The establishment of such a kingdom is what the Jews desired in the days of Christ. They would have received Jesus, had He been willing to establish a temporal dominion, to enforce what they regarded as the laws of God, and to make them the expositors of His will and the agents of His authority. But He said, 'My kingdom is not of this world.' John 18:36. He would not accept the earthly throne." {DA 509.2} "Christianity--how many there are who do not know what it is! It is not something put on the outside. It is a life inwrought with the life of Jesus. It means that we are wearing the robe of Christ's righteousness. In regard to the world, Christians will say, We will not dabble in politics. They will say decidedly, We are pilgrims and strangers; our citizenship is above. They will not be seen choosing company for amusement. They will say, We have ceased to be infatuated by childish things. We are strangers and pilgrims, looking for a city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God." {TM 131.1}