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Saturday, June 14, 2014

Dolcino Duh~

     Eschatological enforcer Thomas Ice claims that someone named Dolcino taught a pretribulation rapture in 1304 A.D. What Ice doesn't like to reveal is that Dolcino's "proof" doesn't even exist (add several exclamation points here). So what does Ice's claim rest on? Well, long after Dolcino's death an anonymous person wrote a secondhand history of what Dolcino reportedly penned - a history that was changed several times between the 1300s and the 1900s (add many exclamation points here). If you're wondering about Thomas Ice's qualifications as a scholar, Google "Thomas Ice (Bloopers)," "Thomas Ice (Hired Gun)," "Walvoord Melts Ice," "Pretrib Rapture Pride" and (the most embarrassing one) "Be careful in polemics - Peripatetic Learning." Many are unaware that after the Communists took over Russia and China, there were Christians in those countries who became violent with pastors who had constantly assured them that they would be raptured before anything resembling end-time horrors. Can Ice and other pretrib rapture merchandisers rest assured that if such scenarios occur in America and some other "rapturized" countries, Christians won't be just as violent towards them?
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