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Can this be considered false doctrine?

 
 
Reply Thu 2 Feb, 2017 04:19 am
Someone is enthusiastically comparing Donald Trump to Cyrus the Great and mentions Isaiah 45 where the Bible tells about Cyrus.

Then he quotes Isaiah 45:16, "All the makers of idols will be put to shame and disgraced; they will go off into disgrace together." and then associates this verse with the violent anti-trump rioters and protesters, mostly feminists, that in a way have made their own idols such as Madonna, Lady Gaga, Beyonce, etc. who are inciting to violence and rebellion.

Again, all this was said by a person who talks with enthusiasm and sincerely wants God to be glorified.

**This is a serious question**
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Smileyrius
 
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Reply Thu 2 Feb, 2017 08:54 am
@liberlandio,
Do not allow enthusiasm to be mistaken for a convincing argument.
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farmerman
 
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Reply Thu 2 Feb, 2017 03:37 pm
@liberlandio,
Look up "mammon" thats the god of der Dumpster
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InfraBlue
 
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Reply Thu 2 Feb, 2017 04:26 pm
@liberlandio,
How is a comparison with a biblical figure doctrine, let alone false doctrine?

Church priests, pastors, elders, etc. constantly make comparisons with biblical figures and stories in their commentaries, homilies, sermons, etc..
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izzythepush
 
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Reply Tue 7 Feb, 2017 04:53 am
@liberlandio,
I think it can be considered wishful thinking. Trump is not and has never been particularly religious, but that hasn't stopped evangelicals projecting a load of stuff on him.

That's all it is.
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