I don't see the next generation coming up to replace those who have stood for the truth for so long.Fortunately many apologists have gone to be with the Lord but who will replace them?Ergo, we have a “Non-Inspired Version” (NIV) of the Bible.
As she began to read the facts about this tree and its proliferation I began to see an allegorical parallel to what is going on in much of Christendom.
But before I get into what the Bradford Pear can show us about the churches, I need to present the facts about the tree. 6:9-13 This, then, is how you should pray: "Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.
Unfortunately, this has become a well-held tradition in the Church, both the idea that Isaiah is about Satan, and that Satan’s name was Lucifer. Now, a really interesting thing with the KJVO claims is that by changing Isaiah to read “Morning Star” while at the same time translating 2 Peter as “morning star” (e.g.
NIV) we’ve now associated Jesus with Satan, giving them both the same name!
We are not diplomats but prophets, and our message is not a compromise but an ultimatum.
Back in August 2010 I posted an article explaining the origin of the name “Lucifer” being applied to Satan.
Satan’s name was never originally “Lucifer.” Nope, it never was, even though one of the things which KJV Only people say is that the new Bibles have left out “Lucifer’s” name when they change the word in Isaiah .
When you understand the origin of this name, you will realize how ridiculous this argument becomes.
I don't see replacements coming up who will take the place of those who have been fighting the fight the years.
I run a web site where I collect articles and materials from all over the world and present them in a sort of Reader's Digest format so that people can come to one place to get the latest information on heresies in the churches as well as research past ones.
The new Universalists would include Emerging Church leaders like Brian Mc Laren, Leonard Sweet, Spencer Burke, Alan Jones and others like Wycliffe, Society of Biblical Literature, World Christian Gathering of Indigenous Peoples, Richard Twiss, Daniel Kikawa, Terry Le Blanc, Rick Warren, Henry Nowen, YWAM, Tony Campolo, Robert Schuller, George Otis Jr., and even Billy Graham.