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Mr Wyatte went to his death bed claiming the truth of this and I personally regard him as a whitness to the lord whom was called
If you will not accept this mans word then like christ said even in the face of miracles you will not believe his god.
originally posted by: freedom7
I've noticed that a lot of the debunking of this man, has very little to do with concrete proof against his claims and a lot to do with here say, speculation of his character etc...It's ignorance to just accept this guy is a fraud based on certain websites making claims...
Gary Amirault (Tentmaker.org) gets the infamous Skull and Crossbones Award for his dangerous teachings. He spreads his beloved doctrine and heresy of Universalism (everyone will be saved) as Christian truth. That teaching is also known as the Doctrine of Inclusion, Ultimate Reconciliation, Universal Salvation, Universal Redemption or Universal Restoration.
Gary Amirault (and all others like him) have to distort, deny, contradict and/or avoid all those Scriptures to embrace the dangerous doctrine that all will go to heaven because Jesus died for everyone.
originally posted by: LABTECH767
This man made no money despite claims to the contrary and yes now there are people making a lot of money from it and I personally am torn by that but as long as they truly intend to do gods work, well then so be it.
TextNow I do not deny this one but I really do believe the other that is associated with mr Wyatt is indeed the ark of noah
originally posted by: Seede
a reply to: LABTECH767
Both Enoch and Josephus describe these creatures as being over 400 English feet in height.
Perhaps your impression that the book of Enoch was actually written by Enoch needs to change. The Book of Enoch is an apocryphal and pseudepigraphic text. It is falsely ascribed to Enoch. Produced probably sometime during the second and first centuries B.C.E., it is a collection of extravagant and unhistorical Jewish myths, evidently the product of exegetical elaborations on the brief Genesis reference to Enoch.