Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#21  Postby truelgbt » Jun 05, 2021 10:39 pm

The_Metatron wrote:Bat shit crazy, isn't it? Who, exactly, is going to "overturn" this election? None of the rest of that shit matters.


Who will overturn this last presidential election? The prophecy says it will be God Himself. Not Trump or any human effort. Per Trump prophecy, God allowed Trump's legal team to fail in overturning the election "results" to expose those who are complicit in the fraud, and also to expose those who would backstab Trump as soon as he left office. All prophecies are meant to turn our attention to God, not to men.

Also, when a US presidential election is "baked-in" by the certification of the Congress and Senate, and followed by an Inauguration, there is no turning this around under any circumstance. This is why an election overturn has never occurred in the USA in its history. If this prophecy of an election overturn is fulfilled (including all 20+ details of the prophecies), it will be a very big deal on so many levels. And it will have had the in-advance backing of over 100+ Christian prophets around the world (50+ in the USA alone by my count).

The "purpose" for this prophecy and its events is because God wants to honor the founders of America who dedicated this nation to Him and to start a great worldwide spiritual "revival" where many will become Christians when they witness the fulfillment of the prophecies.

There is something impressive about a prophecy coming true for an event which has never happened before, and seems all but impossible, much less all 20+ details of that prophecy. This would be too much to simply write-off as 20+ coincidences happening together. Also, most founders of nations apparently do not dedicate their nations to God but to other deities and to themselves and their people but not to the God of the Bible.

The final hallmark of the Trump Prophecies is that the general population and the world (since all eyes are on America) will perceive the election overturn as "God's intervention". How this will work out exactly, I do not know and this detail has not been given, so far as I know. All I know is that it has been showcased as "The Greatest Show on Earth to Come".
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#22  Postby hackenslash » Jun 05, 2021 10:43 pm

truelgbt wrote:On the day of Trump's inauguration on January 20, 2017, Trump's age was exactly 70 years, 7 months, and 7 days.


A quick bit of calculation tells me that this is wrong. His birthday is the 14th June. Inauguration day was 20th January. That's 7 months and 6 days.
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#23  Postby truelgbt » Jun 05, 2021 10:45 pm

hackenslash wrote:This is even more laughable. Trump is about as swamp as it gets.
Not prophets, not prophecies and, meanwhile, your masturbation fantasy does not exist. Done. Dusted.


This is why the Trump Prophecies is posted under the Debunking category. If it does not come true in a timely fashion (by the next election since an election overturn must have this as a natural deadline), it will debunk the prophets, the Trump Prophecies, and to some degree give Christianity a big black eye.

However, if it does come true....
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#24  Postby truelgbt » Jun 05, 2021 10:46 pm

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truelgbt wrote:On the day of Trump's inauguration on January 20, 2017, Trump's age was exactly 70 years, 7 months, and 7 days.


A quick bit of calculation tells me that this is wrong. His birthday is the 14th June. Inauguration day was 20th January. That's 7 months and 6 days.


Doesn't (a) the time of day of his birth and (b) the time of day of the inauguration come into the calculation?
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#25  Postby hackenslash » Jun 05, 2021 10:49 pm

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The_Metatron wrote:Bat shit crazy, isn't it? Who, exactly, is going to "overturn" this election? None of the rest of that shit matters.


Who will overturn this last presidential election?


It won't be overturned. Trust me on this. Not happening.

The prophecy says it will be God Himself. Not Trump or any human effort. Per Trump prophecy, God allowed Trump's legal team to fail in overturning the election "results" to expose those who are complicit in the fraud, and also to expose those who would backstab Trump as soon as he left office. All prophecies are meant to turn our attention to God, not to men.


That would require that there were such a thing as prophecy. Sorry.

Also, when a US presidential election is "baked-in" by the certification of the Congress and Senate, and followed by an Inauguration, there is no turning this around under any circumstance. This is why an election overturn has never occurred in the USA in its history. If this prophecy of an election overturn is fulfilled (including all 20+ details of the prophecies), it will be a very big deal on so many levels. And it will have had the in-advance backing of over 100+ Christian prophets around the world (50+ in the USA alone by my count).

The "purpose" for this prophecy and its events is because God wants to honor the founders of America who dedicated this nation to Him and to start a great worldwide spiritual "revival" where many will become Christians when they witness the fulfillment of the prophecies. There is something impressive about a prophecy coming true for an event which has never happened before, much less all 20+ details of that prophecy. This would be too much to simply write-off as 20+ coincidences happening together. Also, most founders of nations apparently do not dedicate their nations to God but to other deities and to themselves and their people but not to the God of the Bible.

The final hallmark of the Trump Prophecies is that the general population and the world (since all eyes are on America) will perceive the election overturn as "God's intervention". How this will work out exactly, I do not know and this detail has not been given, so far as I know. All I know is that it has been showcased as "The Greatest Show on Earth to Come".


See, you've presented this as a question, but it's clear you believe it, want it, even. If your god exists (he doesn't) and really wants the cheeto-faced fucktrumpet in charge, then he's a cunt. Of course, he provably doesn't exist, so there's that.
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#26  Postby hackenslash » Jun 05, 2021 10:52 pm

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truelgbt wrote:On the day of Trump's inauguration on January 20, 2017, Trump's age was exactly 70 years, 7 months, and 7 days.


A quick bit of calculation tells me that this is wrong. His birthday is the 14th June. Inauguration day was 20th January. That's 7 months and 6 days.


Doesn't (a) the time of day of his birth and (b) the time of day of the inauguration come into the calculation?


Why would it? Can you find an additional 24 hours in there? If the time came into the calculaton, why wasn't the time given in smaller increments?

Daft attempt to get out of the hole you've dug yourself.
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#27  Postby truelgbt » Jun 05, 2021 10:58 pm

Wishing and hoping does not make the politically-impossible to occur, especially an election overturn in the USA. We agree on that.

Notable, you are in agreement with most Christians (95%) in the USA: An election overturn will not happen.
See, who says atheists and Christians never agree? lol.
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#28  Postby truelgbt » Jun 05, 2021 11:01 pm

hackenslash wrote:
truelgbt wrote:
hackenslash wrote:
truelgbt wrote:On the day of Trump's inauguration on January 20, 2017, Trump's age was exactly 70 years, 7 months, and 7 days.


A quick bit of calculation tells me that this is wrong. His birthday is the 14th June. Inauguration day was 20th January. That's 7 months and 6 days.


Doesn't (a) the time of day of his birth and (b) the time of day of the inauguration come into the calculation?


Why would it? Can you find an additional 24 hours in there? If the time came into the calculaton, why wasn't the time given in smaller increments?

Daft attempt to get out of the hole you've dug yourself.


Can someone else come into this conversation to explain it to hackenslash? He is only going by 24-hour increments. lol.

This is how I calculate age (and most other people I know do it this way:
Example: If I was born at 12:01AM on Monday, I will not be one day old until 12:01AM on Tuesday. And so on...

Hack, can you please be a bit more precise? Just asking....
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#29  Postby hackenslash » Jun 05, 2021 11:03 pm

truelgbt wrote:Notable, you are in agreement with most Christians (95%) in the USA: An election overturn will not happen.


Why is it notable?

See, who says atheists and Christians never agree? lol.


Nobody with a brain. I've agreed with many Christians on many things, and I know of no atheist who wouldn't say the same.
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#30  Postby hackenslash » Jun 05, 2021 11:07 pm

truelgbt wrote:Can someone else come into this conversation to explain it to hackenslash?


What a cuntishly dishonest thing tp say. I need no fucking explanation, fuck you very much. I can actually count.

He is only going by 24-hour increments. lol.


No, I'm going by days, as per the assertion of 70 years, 7 months and 7 days.

This is how I calculate age (and most other people I know do it this way:
Example: If I was born at 12:01AM on Monday, I will not be one day old until 12:01AM on Tuesday. And so on...


So do I, and so I did. It's still 7 months and 6 days.
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#31  Postby truelgbt » Jun 05, 2021 11:13 pm

hackenslash wrote:No, I'm going by days, as per the assertion of 70 years, 7 months and 7 days.


a) What time was Trump born?
b) What time was he inaugurated?

I did not do the calculation myself but you did. So just asking about the details of your calculation.

You're upset so maybe its time for a time out. I will discuss this with you later. Have a good rest of your day.
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#32  Postby hackenslash » Jun 05, 2021 11:23 pm

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hackenslash wrote:No, I'm going by days, as per the assertion of 70 years, 7 months and 7 days.


a) What time was Trump born?
b) What time was he inaugurated?


It wouldn't matter, because even if he was born at one minute past midnight, you can't get another day. You yourself just said that you calculate a day from (to use your example) 12:01 to 12:01. Even assuming Komrade Trichindova was born on the stroke of midnight on the 14th June, the inauguration was at 5pm Eastern, so there isn't a day to be had. You yourself just explained why, which only goes to show that you're not actually interested in what's true, only in erecting ridiculous apologetic for a fantasy that has zero chance of becoming prophecy, because, and listen carefully, because this is important: YOUR GOD PROVABLY DOES NOT EXIST. The bible proves it.

I did not do the calculation myself but you did. So just asking about the details of your calculation.


I gave you the details on presentation. You're not asking about the details of my calculation, you're wanking off.

You're upset so maybe its time for a time out. I will discuss this with you later. Have a good rest of your day.


Ram that directly into the rectal sphincter from which it was extracted. You have no means to gauge whether or not I'm upset.

You don't rise to the level of competence or import to garner an emotional response.
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#33  Postby truelgbt » Jun 05, 2021 11:27 pm

I was wrong about Trump's inauguration day as being the day to count so I apologize. It was his first day of his presidency:
Here are a few quick cut and pastes of The Trump Prophecies Sign of Sevens on Google:

Donald Trump ( Reuters) Donald Trump was 70 years, 7 months and 7 days old the day he became president of the United States in 2017 & Jewish year 5777.

Donald Trump was born exactly 700 days before the founding of Israel on May 14, 1948, and on his first full day in office he was exactly 70 years, 7 months and 7 days old. If you count the day he was born as ‘day 1’, he was inaugurated on his 70th year, 7th month and 7th day of life.
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#34  Postby truelgbt » Jun 05, 2021 11:42 pm

Is this normal behavior for an atheist or just hackenslash? Here are just a few quotes from him in the past hour:
a) "What a cuntishly dishonest thing to say. I need no fucking explanation, fuck you very much."
b) "If your god exists (he doesn't) and really wants the cheeto-faced fucktrumpet in charge, then he's a cunt."
c) "Ram that directly into the rectal sphincter from which it was extracted."

These are all hallmarks of an atheist, at least one who needs emotional healing of sorts.

This is why other atheists have to title their blogs and Youtube channels: "Friendly" Atheist, "Happy" atheist, "Joyful" atheist, etc.. People know this - the name-calling, cussing profusely, etc. and want to run as far away as possible from anyone who calls themselves an atheist.

Notable, no other atheist will step-in to stop the name-calling, cussing, etc.
Is there an unwritten rule among atheists to not correct each other?
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#35  Postby hackenslash » Jun 05, 2021 11:42 pm

truelgbt wrote:I was wrong about Trump's inauguration day as being the day to count so I apologize. It was his first day of his presidency:
Here are a few quick cut and pastes of The Trump Prophecies Sign of Sevens on Google:

Donald Trump ( Reuters) Donald Trump was 70 years, 7 months and 7 days old the day he became president of the United States in 2017 & Jewish year 5777.


The first day of his presidency was the day he took the oath of office. That was the day he became president. You're so fucking muddled it's hard to keep up.

In any event, numerology is even more stupid than your cosmic curtain-twitcher, which is an achievement of sorts, I suppose.

meanwhile, still no prophecies, because there's no such thing. Did you even read the post I linked?
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#36  Postby hackenslash » Jun 05, 2021 11:45 pm

truelgbt wrote:Is this normal behavior for an atheist or just hackenslash?


No, this is not normal behaviour for hackenslash. He's being uncharacteristically gentle with you.

Keep your fucking commentary up your arse where your head lives. Not remotely interested. I'm not friendly toward dangerous fuckwittery, because I'm the fucking enemy of everything you represent. People die because of this bullshit.
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#37  Postby truelgbt » Jun 05, 2021 11:53 pm

hackenslash wrote:
truelgbt wrote:Is this normal behavior for an atheist or just hackenslash?


No, this is not normal behaviour for hackenslash. He's being uncharacteristically gentle with you.


He? How many are in there? Am I speaking with Legion? ("my name is Legion, for we are many..." Mark 5:9)
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#38  Postby truelgbt » Jun 05, 2021 11:58 pm

On Google, here is another way to calculate Trump's age at the time he either became president or first stepped into office:
Donald Trump was born exactly 700 days before the founding of Israel on May 14, 1948, and on his first full day in office he was exactly 70 years, 7 months and 7 days old. If you count the day he was born as ‘day 1’, he was inaugurated on his 70th year, 7th month and 7th day of life.
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#39  Postby Spearthrower » Jun 06, 2021 12:15 am

truelgbt wrote:I forgot to mention (I have added a quick note on this to the OP), almost all of the prophets...


Clarification: they're not prophets.

Making predictions about the future is not an ability restricted to mystical mumbo-jumbo.



truelgbt wrote: are saying the primary reason why God has allowed Biden to be at the White House this long (5-6 months so far) and did not allow Trump to "win" re-election immediately


Yes, such people are incredibly thick individuals, aren't they?

God doesn't decided elections; people vote, the votes are counted, and then a winner is decided by popular opinion.


truelgbt wrote: is because this is a time of exposure: for backstabbers of Trump and to expose the perpetrators of the election fraud.


Trump subverted and undermined an awful lot of the critical democratic institutions, so the idea that people criticizing him are 'backstabbers' is self-serving pap.

Secondly, the election fraud that actually occurred was from Trump when he worked to undermine the legitimacy of the elections, refused to admit defeat, then incited a mob to storm the Capitol and threaten reps and senators.



truelgbt wrote: Since Trump has left office, many of his own cabinet members (those chosen by Trump himself) have made negative comments about Trump and/or denied election fraud.


Because those gutless wonders saw the ship had sunk and no longer needed to toe the line and suddenly remembered their duty was to country not to an individual.



truelgbt wrote: These people have been classified by Trump Prophecy believers as part of the "swamp"...


There's no such thing as 'Trump Prophecy'.

"The Swamp" is just one of the would-be tyrant's code-words to muster and direct his base's anger, and undermine threats to his power.



truelgbt wrote: and this problem has persisted because Trump selected cabinet members who were largely long-time "establishment" politicians (old-timers rather than newcomers) who had worked on Capitol Hill for many years,


Factually untrue.


truelgbt wrote: and it is impossible to drain the swamp WITH the swamp.


Especially when Trump is the swampiest character ever to emerge malodorously from the stinky depths.
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Re: Will the Trump Prophecies bring legitimacy to Christianity?

#40  Postby Spearthrower » Jun 06, 2021 12:16 am

truelgbt wrote:
The_Metatron wrote:Bat shit crazy, isn't it? Who, exactly, is going to "overturn" this election? None of the rest of that shit matters.


Who will overturn this last presidential election? The prophecy says it will be God Himself.


Nah, sorry I think you're not being honest here, truelgbt.

No one works this hard to present what other people are supposedly thinking, having all the answers to what they supposedly think.

Cite sources, please.
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