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Franklin Graham Says World Turmoil is Sign of Jesus’ Coming

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  • Franklin Graham Says World Turmoil is Sign of Jesus’ Coming

    Evangelist and prominent Christian figure Franklin Graham has stated in a recent Facebook post that “the world is unraveling,” and that this points to the fact that Jesus will one day return to make things right.




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    I hope he's right.
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    • #3
      The world is getting better, even if not in the formerly Christian west. The percentage of the world professing to be Christian is still increasing (while the natives of the formally Christian west are in rapid population decline and God has turned them over to their unnatural desires, God is cleaning house). Wars around the world are on the decline, in spite of American Dispensationalists doing their best to start wars. Technology is eliminating suffering, such as from hunger, disease, and boredom.

      Franklin Graham should listen to the video about Pretribber's arrogance.

      I might start considering postmil theology.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Cornelius View Post
        The world is getting better, even if not in the formerly Christian west. The percentage of the world professing to be Christian is still increasing (while the natives of the formally Christian west are in rapid population decline and God has turned them over to their unnatural desires, God is cleaning house). Wars around the world are on the decline, in spite of American Dispensationalists doing their best to start wars. Technology is eliminating suffering, such as from hunger, disease, and boredom.
        LOL ... what are you smoking?! Are you in Colorado?


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        • #5
          In the 20th century, over 200 million people died from wars and militant oppression. That's a pace of over 30 million people we'd need by now, in this century, to keep up, and we're not keeping up, even with a much higher population. Even with the almost 200,000 killed in Iraq, are we even to a million killed yet, in the 21st century? By 16 years into the 20th century, there was probably nearly 30 million killed. (Congo civil war, Armenian genocide, the start of WWI, etc.)
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Cornelius View Post
            In the 20th century, over 200 million people died from wars and militant oppression.
            The number of people killed in war isn't the only measure of whether things are getting better or worse. In most of the world persecution of Christians is on the rise. In America Christian influence on the culture is waning and abortion and same sex marriage are accepted as normal by a large part of the population, even those who profess to be Christians. Many Christians are rejecting the Genesis creation account and accepting the belief in an old earth and in evolution. Perhaps not as many are dying in physical warfare but there is a more important was going on, the war against Satan, and many are being led astray and kept from salvation by false teaching.
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