Interesting, but 18:50 – You really think that “whosoever believes …

Comment on Summary of 60th General Conference Session (2015) by StatueOfTheLord.

Interesting, but 18:50 – You really think that “whosoever believes in him shall not perish” should read “whoever does good works shall not perish”?!?! 26:45 – TOSC definitely did NOT favor women’s ordination. 28:20 – NAD is not following GC guidelines, as they allow a conference president who is not an ordained minister. “Commissioned” and “ordained” are not interchangeable.

You seem to not understand the foundational problem with women’s ordination. It is the same as Korah, Dathan, and Abiram – will we follow God’s designed order, or will we choose our own ways and rebel against God?

39:28 – There are plenty of 3 1/2 year time prophecies after 1844.

41:50 – Actually, the number and size of wars has been steadily decreasing since WWII.

Thank you for standing tall for supporting Creation as written in God’s words!

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