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Israel In Prophecy.

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Theland | 00:14 Fri 15th Feb 2019 | Religion & Spirituality
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70AD and Ksrael was destroyed as prophecied.
Then as prophecied, the Jews, were gathered together and the modern state of Israel was born.
That's what the Bible said, that's what happened.
So is that not truth of Bible prophecy?

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You are devoid of an answer.
I've given you the answer several times - as you well know - but don't let that stop your amateur dramatics.
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Your answers never hold water.
But enjoy your denigrating comments, I guess it makes you feel superior.
Stop playing the victim card. It's par for the course with you. You clearly remember what I said otherwise you wouldn't be saying it doesn't hold water.
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Enjoying yourself? Of course you are. But no answer.
Don't reference past posts that only you can remember.
If you don’t remember what I said how do you conclude that it doesn’t hold water?
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Your avoidance and foggy responses.
Simply state your case.
I’ve stated my case. You know that because you say it doesn’t hold water.

You think on if you like. I’m going to
bed. Night night.
Theland and Naomi arguing theology - two bald men fighting over a comb.
What are you talking about?
< Can we make it 3 bald men fighting over a comb?
:-)
Naomi - // What are you talking about? //

Assuming that your rather terse question is aimed at me, without the courtesy of directing it personally -

it is obvious that yourself and Theland believe that you are right, and will brook no argument, so your debate was, is, and remains, pointless.

Hence the simile offered, which is really self-explanatory - two people arguing over something neither of them has a use for, a pointless fight, stubbornness personified - I am sure you get the idea.
andy-hughes, Theland and I aren't arguing theology. He persists in asking me a question I've answered countless times - and I've told him so. He's on a wind-up.
Naomi - // andy-hughes, Theland and I aren't arguing theology. He persists in asking me a question I've answered countless times - and I've told him so. He's on a wind-up. //

In that case, is it not easier simply to ignore him?
andy-hughes, that's my choice.
Naomi - // andy-hughes, that's my choice. //

I was not suggesting any other.

I think Theland likes to get a reaction, I have tried to stop playing the game, but if you have the time and the inclination, I wouldn't dream of trying to stop you enjoying yourself.
andy-hughes, good.
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I assure you I am not enjoying this.
Why?
Because Naomi talks down to me and her tone needs to be toned down.
I stated that, "it was written, and it happened," that is a prophecy.
Naomi insists that the method and circumstances of the fulfillment were not written, therefore it is not a prophecy.
But Naomi can never give an inch, and must always promote herself as omniscient. A bit like God.
Theland, I’ve no idea who you think your audience is but if you think you won’t like the answers don’t ask the question.

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