Armageddon, Christians, and non-Christians

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While there may be Christians who somehow lend credence to these beliefs on part of some non-Christians, these interpretations of essence of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ are sorely mistaken, unambiguously non-biblical.

From Jesus Christ Himself?

From Apostle Paul?

From Apostle Peter?

From Apostle John?

From Apostle James (words in brackets mine)?

Non-Christians can sleep soundly at night in respect of any fears of destruction of the earth if they unlike ‘hypothetically described’ Christians adopt peaceful co-existence as mantra of life.

Yet again, did Jesus Christ say to live by prophecies or by love?

Apostle Peter on prophecy?

Apostle Paul on prophecy?

When it comes to Christian living, love is paramount, is litmus test of conformity of decisions and actions with teachings and life of Jesus Christ. Only Love never fails.

Faith that expresses itself through love always seeks, so far as it lies within it’s power, to live at peace with all men.

If graceful well articulated opposition is part of essence of democracy and peaceful coexistence, no one ever should be disenfranchised because they belong to the group that did not become the ruling class.

But is peaceful coexistence supposed to be a plea, or a normative of human coexistence?

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Educator and Researcher, Believer in Spirituality, Life is serious business, but we all are pilgrims so I write about important stuff with empathy and ethos

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