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Corrective Answer - Things to Come

Section 9: Things to Come

 

We believe in the blessed hope (Titus 2:13), the personal and imminent coming of the Lord Jesus Christ to rapture His saints (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18).

Fantasy Correction;

The Christians always like to use the word imminent.  Many factions have predicted the end of the world.  Those dates have come and gone.  But people have to feel that it will happen at any time to conjure up fear.  And to believe that Jesus is coming in the future gives more credence to the prior story tale as being true. And he is not only going to come in the future, but he is going to take all the gullible believers with him and make them saints.  Such a great status as being a saint (God like) and to be taken away with the God idol to a place in heaven where everything is wonderful, no sorrow.  Of course the rapture doctrine was invented in 1830.  Prior to that time there was no doctrine that even came close.  But all the idol worshipers jumped on board and blindly followed like they are good at doing.  All follow and no thinking. And itsn't it nice that all the gullible wil become SAINTS, the highest status in heaven next to God status. What a lift of the ego while still here on earth.

Belief;

We believe in the visible and bodily return of Christ to the earth with His saints to establish His promised millennial kingdom (Zechariah 14:4-111 Thessalonians 3:13Revelation 3:1019:11-16,20:1-6).

Fantasy Correction;

Christians believe that Jesus will be the Messiah.  There is no connection to that belief anywhere.  But this name dropping gives their fiction believability.  The Messiah was always just going to be a man, not God (in the flesh).  The idol worshipers want Jesus to be a God when it serves them, and a man so they can have their super-hero that does man things. I guess they can point to Superman as their proof that this is possible.  Jesus is supposed to bring saints with him.  They are the most spiritually advanced beings in heaven.  And he himself will be in a body, but it is unclear about his saints if they also will have bodies.  The millennium is not going to be anybody's kingdom.  It is simply a period of peace.  Inserting Jesus as the ruler is just Christians trying to give credence to their unbelievable stories.

Belief;

We believe in the physical resurrection of all human beings—the saints to everlasting joy and bliss on the New Earth, and the wicked to eternal punishment in the lake of fire (Matthew 25:46John 5:28-29Revelation 20:5-612-13).

Fantasy Correction;

Here the Christians want all believers in their fantasy to think that all people will become super-heroes and again have a physical body.  Those that are good will live in total joy and bliss, how nice, whatever that is, and all the bad people will, forever be burning in a big fire lake, the worst feeling you could have.  And this isn't just for a while, it is never ending, ever.  The ending sounds like one of the stories you heard around a campfire when you were a young child that kept you from going to sleep because you were in horror.

Belief;

We believe that the souls of believers are, at death, absent from the body and present with the Lord, where they await their resurrection when spirit, soul, and body are reunited to be glorified forever with the Lord (Luke 23:432 Corinthians 5:8Philippians 1:233:211 Thessalonians 4:16-17).

Fantasy Correction;

Christians appeal to people that the uncertainty of death is not.  With the Christian belief just the body dies and they will be present with "the Lord."  They don't say whether the Lord is 1. the Holy Spirit  2. God the Father  or  3. Christ.  But in time their spirit and soul (two separate things?) will be reunited with their body and then glorified for eternity.  They will have unbounded ego gratification, forever in time perpetuity.  And they will be with "the Lord", I guess all three Gods will also be reunited.

Belief;

We believe that the souls of unbelievers remain, after death, in conscious misery until their resurrection when, with soul and body reunited, they shall appear at the Great White Throne judgment and shall be cast into the Lake of Fire to suffer everlasting punishment (Matthew 25:41-46Mark 9:43-48Luke 16:19-262 Thessalonians 1:7-9Revelation 20:11-15).

Fantasy Correction;

The souls of the bad people remain on earth in misery of course, while the good people go to heaven right away and are in bliss.  Making people fear a dreadful existence that will happen to them at the uncertainty of death is a great way to make people want to be good before death out of fear of the future life after death.  There will be a "white throne" -- how majestic of appearance.  There will be a judgement and you will be punished severely (no matter how bad you were) by burning in fire, not just for a while … but forever!!!