I don’t know where in the Bible they see this stuff. I mean, I’ve read the New Testament beginning to end and there is nothing in there about any “Seven Mountains” or about when exactly Jesus will return or under what circumstances. Jesus himself didn’t say he would return, of course, but thought the end was coming very soon. Paul thought it would be right away, in his own lifetime; after he died his followers realized it would come later, but nobody could say exactly when and after awhile the wording in the New Testament changes to reflect this forlorn hope.
But the Dominionists have laid out this elaborate scheme that they insist God operates by, which, by my way of thinking, makes them God and God, well…something less than a God. Of course, they say their apostles talk to God and all but he talked to Paul too, and he didn’t tell Paul any of this. Still, it’s an entertaining fantasy scenario for Christian Bible camp bedtime stories so here goes.
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