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It is my contention that the New Jerusalem will not be physically located on earth, am I wrong and if so, your evidence is?

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It is my contention that the New Jerusalem will not be physically located on earth, am I wrong and if so, your evidence is?
This appears to be a disturbing trend in your posts. Somehow you are under the false impression that others have to refute your claim without you even giving any evidence. There is simply no need for anyone to refute or reject a view for which you have given zero evidence. Your view is not automatically the correct view. If you have a case, present it. Your stance is "I am correct prove me wrong." You have got it wrong. It ought to be here is the evidence for my view, refute it.

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Your view is not automatically the correct view. If you have a case, present it

 

Is this a rule of the group Origen? I clearly stated that it was my contention and asked if I was wrong, Is it unreasonable for anyone to answer, yes you are, or, yes you are, can you provide evidence supporting your contention? Some folks just do not like questions, they are more interested in preaching their sermons, IMO.

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Is this a rule of the group Origen?
No, not a rule but a very telling sign.

 

I clearly stated that it was my contention and asked if I was wrong
Yes you did. The problem is you prefer to address the views of others rather than making a case of your own.

 

Some folks just do not like questions, they are more interested in preaching their sermons, IMO.
So I have notice lately.

 

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The problem is you prefer to address the views of others rather than making a case for own.

 

I think I got it...everyone's method should adhere to your method, is that close?

 

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I think I got it...everyone's method should adhere to your method, is that close?
It seems you do not understand English. I said "No." Now I see why you make so many mistakes when reading posts.

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