Son of Man and Judgement Day

May I suggest that we are in a Countdown to Judgement Day? The Son of Man will judge the world. The problem is, what is ‘The Son of Man’. Also, the Antichrist must come.

Evangelicals have ruled Brett Kavanaugh – is without sin. These are mere mortals. Has anyone consulted – Jesus? How would Jesus judge Kavanaugh to know if he is telling the truth? Ford took a lie detection test. Brett should take one, too, to hurry up the process at reversing Woe vs. Wade a law that Jesus hates? Prove it? Why hurry up the FBI, and at the same time give ‘The Son of Man’ as much time as he needs to fulfill the visions millions of Christians favor?

There is a Moral Division in America, where ONLY Christians are allowed to RULE on moral issues. Have you noticed? Non-believers are RULED – amoral – and thus their opinions don’t matter.

Why not have the FBI investigate who ‘The Son of Man’ is, and, what Jesus wrote in the dust when the JUDGED the woman accused of adultery?

John ‘The Nazarite’

Amorality is an absence of, indifference towards, or disregard for morality.[1][2][3]

Morality and amorality in humans and animals is a subject of dispute among scientists and philosophers. If morality is intrinsic to humanity, then amoral human beings either do not exist or are only deficiently human.[4] If morality is extrinsic to humanity, then amoral human beings can both exist and be fully human, and as such be amoral either by nature or by choice.,-Judge

Revelation 19:11

Verse Concepts

And I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse, and He who sat on it is called Faithful and True, and in righteousness He judges and wages war.

Some Christian denominations consider the Second Coming of Christ to be the final and eternal judgment by God of the people in every nation[1] resulting in the glorification of some and the punishment of others. The concept is found in all the Canonical gospels, particularly the Gospel of Matthew. Christian Futurists believe it will take place after the Resurrection of the Dead and the Second Coming of Christ while Full Preterists believe it has already occurred. The Last Judgment has inspired numerous artistic depictions.

The testimony of Ford and Kavanaugh had a powerful but not decisive effect on the public. Huge numbers in the weekend poll reported seeing parts of it or reading about it, and 40 percent thought she alone was credible, 23 percent thought just Kavanaugh was, and 27 percent said both were believable. Read together, the poll findings indicate that 67 percent found her credible and 50 percent found him to be so. Even President Donald Trump said her testimony was “compelling.”

“I think it is very important to give fairness to Judge Brett Kavanaugh who is being ridiculed and shamed for no reason and I think this has become a circus. It’s absolutely ludicrous when you consider what they are doing to this man when he has had a reputation of impeccable behavior and to go back 35 years is crazy,” she told The Christian Post in an interview following the rally.

“I think this is about abortion, ultimately,” she added, “and they [the Left] are afraid. They are clutching at anything they can to preserve what they have with Roe v. Wade.”

Although she hails from a conservative county she believes “the majority” of American women see this as a politicized scheme to keep Kavanaugh off the bench, and is an effort stemming from their disdain for President Trump.

But the credibility of their testimony does not appear to be the decisive factor. Rather, the question comes down to corroboration as the standard for tipping public opinion on whether Kavanaugh should ascend to the high court. In terms of the overall needle, after the testimony was heard, 37 percent say confirm the nomination, 44 percent say reject it, and 18 percent remain undecided, with Democrats going one way and Republicans the other. But once the voters are told that the named witnesses deny any knowledge of the allegation, this shifts to 57 percent who favor confirmation — and that goes up to 60 percent, if the FBI agrees there is no corroboration. Remember, because there is no specific “where” or “when” in Ford’s allegation, Kavanaugh cannot establish an alibi — and that’s why corroboration of other facts is so critical.

Former FBI Director James Comey criticized the time frame of the bureau’s ongoing review into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s background Sunday, writing in a New York Times op-ed that “it is idiotic to put a shot clock on the FBI.”

Comey, who was fired by President Trump in May 2017, conceded that an investigation that must be wrapped up by Friday was better than no investigation at all. But he also wrote that “the process is deeply flawed, and apparently designed to thwart the fact-gathering process.”

“If truth were the only goal, there would be no clock, and the investigation wouldn’t have been sought after the Senate Judiciary Committee already endorsed the nominee,” Comey wrote. “Instead, it seems that the Republican goal is to be able to say there was an investigation and it didn’t change their view, while the Democrats hope for incriminating evidence to derail the nominee.”

Concerned Women for America (CWA) is a socially conservative[1] Christian non-profit women’s activist group in the United States. Headquartered in Washington D.C.,[2] the CWA is involved in social and political movements, through which it aims to incorporate Christian ideology.[3] The group is primarily led by women for women,[4] but it welcomes men who support its beliefs and efforts.[2]

The group was founded in San Diego, California in 1979 by Beverly LaHaye, whose husband Timothy LaHaye was an evangelical Christian minister and author of Battle for the Mind, as well as coauthor of the Left Behind series.[5][6] Recognized as a 501(c)(3) public policy women’s organization, the CWA aims to develop more “responsible citizens” through the promotion of Christian ideologies within society and politics.[3]

The CWA identifies itself as an amalgam of “policy experts and…activists[s]” whose anti-feminist approach to politics[4] bolsters its mission to “protect and promote Biblical values among all citizens.”[3]

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  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    Judgment Day – has arrived!

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