Radio Free Mormon: 130: Backdating Prophecyby Radio Free MormonMarch 22, 2020March 22, 20206 CommentsBible scholars use tools of textual analysis to identify backdated prophecies. RFM points out several examples in Isaiah, Daniel and the New Testament. Then he uses those same tools on the Book of Mormon. The results are startling! Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSTags:bibleBook of MormonDanielDeutero IsaiahIsaiahnephiprophecyRadio Free Mormonrfm 6 thoughts on “Radio Free Mormon: 130: Backdating Prophecy” Tony March 24, 2020 at 11:11 am Reply The Biblical prophecies that do genuinely impress me are those which predict the second gathering of the Jews to Jerusalem in the last days. They are quite specific in places and are very seemingly filled by events between 1900 and the founding of Israel in 1948 and onward. We know that these Biblical passages were written long before the modern era. James March 28, 2020 at 7:06 am Reply I don’t know how to account for desire of believers in the realization of prophesies. People have a vested interests in these things coming to ptas and thus play an active roll in making them happen. gb March 26, 2020 at 6:51 am Reply People don’t want to answer the hard question… Are you willing to examine all truth? Even if it goes against your current understanding of truth? Thanks RFM for helping the process of examining the truth based evidences that are available. But DON’T STOP YET! Our information creates our perceptions. “In this information age, ignorance is a choice. ” (Dr. Joe Dispenza) Religions claim divinity to books originating from ancient records, but yet do not really know much about where it really came from. The Atrahasis, Enuma Elish, Sumerian King List, Eridu Genesis, Code of Hammurabi, Emerald Tablets, Seven tablets of Creation, Nag Hammadi, The Book of the Holy Twelve, the Book of Thomas, and apocryphal writings. These ancient records predate the Old Testament and have been brushed under the carpet because they don’t fit the “proper paradigm” of what the world has been “told.” They deconstruct Christianity as we know it, and are evidence of the source material where much of the original stories in the Old Testament originated. “In this information age, ignorance is a choice. ” (Dr. Joe Dispenza) Mauro Biglino, an Italian, worked for Vatican publishing company for 10 years translating the original Bible documents. “The work of Mauro Biglino is having a domino effect on all three monotheistic religions. We must keep in mind that all the curious things about the Old Testament of the Bible, about the origins of life and humanity, Genesis in particular, are nothing more than reworked copies of Ancient Sumerians Akkadian or Phoenician texts. Specifically from the Atrahasis, Enuma Elish, and the Epic of Gilgamesh.” “Concerning the way we are created in respect of possible genetic engineering, Mauro Biglino interviewed some rabbis. Professor Safran, teacher of Ethical Medicine at the University of Jerusalem said: “Cloning? What’s the matter? The Bible has always known it, just look at the creation of Adam and Eve. They have always known it, always. The Jews have always known that the Bible talks about genetic engineering, through the TALMUD” So why didn’t they tell us? Because the Roman Christians stole the book and turned it into something it isn’t! They turned JHWH into God and that is something that he never was.” INTERVIEW WITH MAURO BIGLINO: https://metismagazine.com/2017/01/06/interview-to-mauro-biglino-the-bible-doesnt-talk-about-god/ http://www.maurobiglino.com These individuals dive deep into the real history from ancient records. https://thestageoftime.com/ https://www.4biddenknowledge.com/ http://www.geraldclark77.com/ Tony Fieldson March 30, 2020 at 4:25 pm Reply Great episode. I have been compiling a list of of the things Nephi ‘saw’ in vision, and it’s over 50 details! https://docs.google.com/document/d/17EypYMVqSfbOmgTEYkiKJm3M_IjFjHL95ygHyvInU_M/edit?usp=sharing Radio Free Mormon March 31, 2020 at 3:59 pm Reply Thanks everybody for your comments and wonderful contributions to the discussion! RFM VFanRJ April 9, 2020 at 8:42 am Reply Personally, I’m grateful the Russell M Nelson received revelation that a pandemic was on its way, it gave him a chance to advice the EPA fund manager so they could protect the $124B in widow’s mites that is too sacred to discuss or disclose. But after hearing members give excuses for the tone-deaf GC that the leaders didn’t have enough time to rewrite their talks, I’m afraid that god let his rainy-day fund be victimized as well. BTW, if now isn’t a rainy-day for people who work in the service industry, there is no such thing as a rainy day. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Comment * Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.