Unformatted text preview: It’s usually the guys who aren’t getting any, that lust after women more. It’s like the “you always want what you can’t have” concept. My question pertains to the Second Coming of Christ. Paul seems convinces that it is to occur soon, as within his lifetime. Much of his preaching talks about how sinners must change, for the End time is near. However, he denounces those who try to predict when the Parousia will take place, saying it will be sudden and unexpected, such as how when labor pains strike a woman without warning. Yet in a way, Paul is doing the very thing he criticizes. He may not be giving an exact date or time, but he is making a prediction in a certain limited time frame. How is he any different from the other prophesiers? Clearly Paul was wrong too, so why do we still study his gospel and not those of people who made other prophecies?...
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- Spring '11
- Islam, Christian terms, Prophecy, Second Coming of Christ, plan B. Thirdly