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Posted by Brian E. Sloan on April 6, 2001 00:38:23 UTC

You could put up all of your information from liberal theologeons or atheistic resources and I can refute them with mine----ad infinitum.

It all depends what it is you choose to believe, and there is a lesson in that.

But, one thing that is becoming increasingly hard to for the skeptics to refute, is the accuracy of the Bible prophecys. Is it a coincidence or self-fulfillment, that Jerusalem is playing a prominent role in world-events at this time? Read the papers, is it a coincidence that the EU is looking to fill the vacuum left by the Clinton administration as mediator in the Mid-East peace process? Is it a coincidence that we are headed towards world-governence at the same point in history? Coincidental, that the technology exists to execute "the mark of the beast" [computer chip under the skin] using computer technology coupled with that eye-in-the-sky satelite [name escapes me].

I could go on, but I think you get the point. My friend, you can play the coincidence-card all you want.

Myself, I have no faith in it.

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