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Without turning this forum into a 'hill of foreskins' (Joshua 5:3), I believe we can still have fun with this 'sensitive' topic.

However, don't be misled, dispensationalism has only partly to do with circumcision issues. So, let's not forget about Innocence, Conscience, Promises, Kingdoms and so on.

End time -isms within orthodox Christianity also discussed here. Clearly unorthodox doctrines, such as those advocating "pantelism/full preterism/Neo-Hymenaeanism" or the denial of any essential of the historic Christian faith are not permitted in this section but can be discussed in Comparative Religions 101 without restriction. Any such threads, as well as any that within the moderator's discretions fall outside mainstream evangelical belief, will be moved to the appropriate area.

Millennialism- post-, pre- a-

Futurism, Historicism, Idealism, and Preterism, or just your garden variety Zionism.

From the tribulation to the anichrist. Whether your tastes run from Gary DeMar to Tim LaHaye or anywhere in between, your input is welcome here.

OK folks, let's roll!

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  • #46
    Will there be sheep in heaven? Better yet, alpacas? Can I still knit lace?


    Securely anchored to the Rock amid every storm of trial, testing or tribulation.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by mossrose View Post
      Will there be sheep in heaven? Better yet, alpacas? Can I still knit lace?
      of course. Heaven and the New Earth will exist together. What would Earth be without animals?

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      • #48
        I wonder what God might think about us being so excited about the New Universe? And our speculating.
        If it weren't for the Resurrection of Jesus, we'd all be in DEEP TROUBLE!

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        • #49
          Originally posted by Sparko View Post
          Even with a glorified body, Jesus, the man can only be in one place at a time. As God the Son, he is everywhere even now. I don't think we will be playing checkers with Jesus or going fishing on a regular basis. There is only one of him and billions of us. Same with all the other famous people in heaven like the apostles.
          Do the limitations of physics that apply today extend into eternity? Will one body occupy only one area of space, and space only allow one body to occupy any point in space at a time?

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