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Berean Baptist Church
Pastor Sean Harris  |  Fayetteville, North Carolina
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Sermon6/9/16 5:34 PM
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Is Preterism Biblical?
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“ Reply To Pastor Bill ”
I have come full circle on my eschatology. From a Dispensational pre-trib rapture and pre-millennial view to a reform view of the end times. My eschatology finally caught up with my soteriology. Matt 24:1-35 has been fulfilled and 36-51 and Matt 25 are future. Still yet to come. Daniels' 70th week or a future 7 yr trib is the backbone of the pre-trib dispenationalist as you well know. Take it away and dispensationalism falls apart. Apostasy, persecution of the Church and the beast or the man of sin is all that we should be watching for. 2 Thess 2.

Sermon6/7/16 10:18 AM
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“ Reply to Alfred ”
Regarding reality to the believer...yes, I agree the sacrifices were finished at his crucifixion. You must, then, believe the 69th week ended at his baptism...3.5 years before his death?

Sermon6/5/16 8:30 PM
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No, on the contrary, the temple worship and sacrifices continue, right up until 70 AD. Jesus' sacrifice should have ended them, the tearing of the veil was evidence to that. In fact it did end for the elect, the true Israel of God.l No more circumcision of the flesh, the new covenant, Heb. 10:12-18. It is Finish means what it says. Don't you think?

Sermon6/1/16 9:48 AM
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Evangelical Conditionalism
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glad I could help, my friend.

Sermon5/30/16 11:16 PM
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Wow! Thank you for the reply, Pastor. Great point.

Sermon5/28/16 10:32 PM
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Let me correct you. Obama is not black he's mixed. I know a lot of people discount his white mother.so no he's not our first black president. Everything else I agree with. God bless

Sermon5/27/16 1:54 PM
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Dear Friend, You are assuming that the "tearing of the veil" ended "sacrifice and oblation." Where is your proof to this statement? As a matter of fact, the writer of Hebrews says the opposite: Hebrews 9:25, for example.

Sermon5/27/16 1:50 PM
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“ Reply to Wiggooch ”
It seems you are assuming "physical death" and "spiritual death" are one and the same. What if Romans 5:12 speaks of spiritual death? That would imply that Adam was spiritually alive, yes, but more than that: It also allows that he could be spiritually dead and live perpetually in his fallen state had he access to the tree of life, correct?

Sermon5/26/16 12:05 PM
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There are many double fulfillments in the bible and I agree this is one. Nut, I believe this generation that Jesus is referring to is that generation of Jews alive at the time. Those who would see the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple. As for Daniel 9, I believe the scripture is referring to Jesus not the Beast. Jesus is the one cutoff in the middle of the week, He is the one who shall cause the sacrifice and oblation to cease. In Matt 27:51 the veil was torn into, making an end of temple sacrifices and oblations. Hebrews, Jesus made one sacrifice for all, just once. After the veil was torn Jews continue with temple worship, sacrifices and offerings. This was an abomination to the Lord and in 70 AD with the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple, Jesus put an end to it and made it desolate. And it will remain desolate until the consummation of the age or Kingdom. I do not believe there is an 70th week of Daniel as taught by many pre-trib/pre-mil believers.

Sermon5/22/16 2:43 AM
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Hi. Great conversation on a topic that really gets you thinking. I have a question, though. In one part of the conversation, it was brought up whether Adam was immortal when he was created. The general consensus seemed to be "no". My question is this...The bible is quite clear in Romans 5:12 that death was brought into the world through sin. Romans 5:12 "Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin, and so death passed upon all men, for that all have sinned:" How could Adam have not been immortal before the fall, or am I just missing something or misunderstanding? Thank you very much.

Sermon5/20/16 4:00 AM
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1) The theory of picking the lesser of two evils may not always be the only way to look at elections. There should be a fairly stable standard, as opposed to ever changing standards by comparing to the other side. Here is an extreme example, Hitler and Mao, by applying the lesser of two evils formula, Hitler wins, you can argue you save millions of lives by voting for Hitler, since Mao kills many many more people in peace time. There is always a worse candidate if you compare closely. Isn't that the reason RINOes are RINOes? They are always more conservative than the other side. 2) The short term outcome is not always the biggest incentive for picking the candidate. I would think that leaving the outcome to the Lord is more biblical. David should kill Saul when he has the opportunity, if the short term outcome is the main consideration. The only reason David does the opposite is not a worldly one, he respects God's anointing. Is it good to keep Israel ruled by a demon possessed evil king? I think leaving the outcome to the Lord is liberating. 3) even from the worldly short term outcome's perspective, voting for Trump has some negatives, like the damage for the reputation of Christianity, the damage for the conservative brand.

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Just as a sidenote on the Fallon Fox issue, he doesn't fight in the UFC. Fox has only fought on small shows because no major organization wants anything to do with the controversy. Even smaller organizations are running away from the issue as Fox hasn't been booked for a fight since September 2014. It's worth noting that he actually took a fight post-surgery and LOST via TKO to a woman.

Sermon5/17/16 3:35 AM
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Evangelical Conditionalism
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I visit their site re-thinking hell, and they did compile a nice list of verses that hell preachers use, i just think their interpretation is wrong.  While much can be said, I wanna post 2 verses: And the smoke of their torment goes up forever and ever, and they have no rest, day or night, these worshipers of the beast and its image, and whoever receives the mark of its name." (Revelation 14:11 ESV) and the devil who had deceived them was thrown into the lake of fire and sulfur where the beast and the false prophet were, and they will be tormented day and night forever and ever. Then Death and Hades were thrown into the lake of fire. This is the second death, the lake of fire. And if anyone's name was not found written in the book of life, he was thrown into the lake of fire. (Revelation 20:10, 14, 15 ESV) If words have any meaning, then it seems the devil will be tormented forever and ever in the lake of fire, so the lake is really a tormenting place. And it is also a place of torment for anyone who is not written in the book of life.  The is a book called the gagging of God by D.A Carson, the last chapter has about 20 pages of rebuttal on this topic.

Sermon5/16/16 2:15 PM
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The Final Antichrist
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I think what is confusing to some is the terms anti-christ and the Beast. They are not the same person, or persons. The term anti-christ is used only five times in the Bible all in 1 and 2 John. It is never used in The Revelation. The Beast in Rev 13, the man of lawlessness, 2 Thess 2 and the little Horn in Dan 7 are one and the same in my opinion. Him, Satan and the false prophet will be defeated and destroyed in one final battle in Rev 16, 19 and 20. I do not believe there will be multiple battles. I believe the events in Rev 16:13-16 and Rev 20 are too similar not be the same event.

Sermon5/16/16 10:40 AM
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Did you notice the lack of Scripture in your comment, my brother?

Sermon5/16/16 10:40 AM
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Have you ever seen the neighborhood surrounding Dr Paisley's church? Let us not romanticize about what was somehow being what should be.

Sermon5/15/16 7:53 PM
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“ This is a serious false teaching ”
This teaching will influence so many people, and bring about many other doctrines that would lead to so many new cults. I can see many people embracing purgotory because of this. But more importantly it is unbiblical and not true.

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With so many churches in America, I don't even know the exact number, but it has to be a lot, americans still love their churches, but with preaching every Sunday, you would think that would change so many things about America . So I think the problem is not universities, government, the dictators, it's the churches. A genuine congregation would turn it's neighborhood upside down, Ian Paisley once said, the modern american Church is a giant bedroom, and Christians are sleeping. And these zombies are spreading all over the world, pretending to be missionaries.

Sermon5/13/16 10:20 AM
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You guys are the best!!! This was a very informative debate.

Sermon5/12/16 5:03 PM
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All of this discussion lends itself to fearing God. Mainly because we really can't know entirely the mind and motivation of a holy God. All the more reason to seek his love. Deep and worthwhile discussion.

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