- May 5, 2016
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You can't make this stuff up.
Ah, didn't catch that. Thanks. I saw it the video was well over an hour long and bailed the 1st time.??? It starts right at the section, at around 1 hour, 23 minutes.
No. Since I am a Bible believer who interprets the Bible in its most natural sense, I believe it's talking about the king of Babylon (14:4).Do you believe Isaiah 14:12 is talking about a light bearer or the morning star?
I didn't bring up any "dispy"Go peddle your dispy allegories elsewhere.
14:9 "Hell from beneath is moved for thee to meet thee at thy coming:..."I believe it's talking about the king of Babylon (14:4)
The most powerful ruler of the known world? How important do you think he was?14:9 "Hell from beneath is moved for thee to meet thee at thy coming:..."
Pretty important king. Hell was moved just to meet him.
What in the world are you blabbering about now?So you're saying this verse is not anthropomorphizing hell?
So hell literally "stirs up" the dead? Does it use a spoon?
Lucifer simply meant Morning Star or day-star
No, Ransom was right on this particular point.acceptable alternative translation for "Lucifer" as "daystar."
No, I simply believe the accurate definition of the word "Lucifer" and don't change the definition of it to mean "morning star".Since the Scofield notes say that Isaiah 14 is about the Devil, not the King of Babylon, he has to blindly accept that without question
Too bad you didn't read my refutation of Ransom's fringe viewpoint:The dispensationalists are the ones who say that Bible interpretation must be "literal if possible' but they don't practice what they preach.
Good. Ransom agrees with them on this particular point. "Lucifer" was the morning star.No, Ransom was right on this particular point.
Lucifer was the Latin proper name of the morning star, i.e. the planet Venus as seen before dawn (in its evening aspect, Venus was known as Vesper).Lucifer means "light bearer". A Star can bear light, but that does not make it a Lucifer.
Matches were, in fact, once known as "lucifers." So much for your argument.By that fallacy, fires, flashlights, and anything else that bears light are Lucifers too.
Ignorance of the use of language on your part does not constitute a "flip flop" on mine.Flip flopped faster than a politician!