The US premier of Antony and Charles Atlas' film documentary will screen November 11th as part of at the SVA theater in NYC. For ticketing and theater information please see . Further screenings will take place at IFC Cinema in NYC from November 16th - 22nd. More information on these screenings to come. will have it's Austrian premier at the Vienna International Film Festival on November 3rd and 4th. For further info please see .
The definitive disparity between Israel and the Church is foundational to the theological discorrespondence and historical discontinuity of Dispensational theology. Their affinity for espousing divine privileges for Israel has earned for them the tag of "Christian Zionism." Is God a race-specific "respecter of persons" (Acts 10:34-KJV) who engages in partiality? Does the so-called Jewish Kingdom promise refer to a "realm" of rule in Palestine, or does it refer to the "reign" of Christ as King in the lives of Christian peoples? How can it be said that the purpose of Christ's coming was to establish the earthly Davidic kingdom for the Jews, which they then rejected, when Jesus clearly indicates that He "came to give His life a ransom for many" (Jew and Gentile) in Matthew 20:28, and that we "might have life" (John 10:10)? Can the death of Jesus Christ and the spiritual indwelling of His life in Christians legitimately be understood within an unforeseen "parenthesis theory," a secondary "Plan B," until God can get on with His foremost objective for the Jews? Paul wrote the Colossians indicating that Christians have been "transferred to the kingdom" (Col. 1:13) of Jesus Christ, so why is the kingdom forestalled until the alleged future millennium in Dispensational theology? The writer of Hebrews certainly does not seem to postpone the "new covenant" to a future millennium (Heb. 8:8,13; 10:16; 12:24). The "imminent" return of Christ has been the speculation of many Christians through the centuries, but the words of Scripture seem to imply only an "impending" return, the time of which "no man knows."
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I want to be clear — I know that I wasn’t excluded from the performance directly because I am transgendered. I was not invited to perform because I am relatively unknown in the U.S., singing a song about ecocide, and that might not sell advertising space. It is not me that is picking the performers for the night, and I know that I don't have an automatic right to be asked.
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The division of the Scriptures between Old Testament and New Testament, meaning old covenant and new covenant, with the dividing point being the incarnation and redemptive mission of the Messiah, evidences the centrality of the Person and work of Jesus Christ. The calculation of history in the calendar of the Western world which separates the era of B.C. and the era of A.D. is based on the center-point of history in Jesus Christ. What further dividing of time or the Book needs to be made? None! Jesus Christ is the fulfillment of the promises, the prophecies, and the types of the Old Testament. He is the Messiah. He is the Savior. He is God! All of the creative, redemptive and salvific activities of God center in and are expressive of the Person and work of Jesus Christ. Christological and soteriological considerations should be major theological concerns rather than covenantal contracts or dispensational division. Our theology should be Christocentric.
Antony will perform today on at 2:30PM EST.
ANTONY AND THE JOHNSONS: SWANLIGHTS will be staged for the first time in London at the July 25th and 26th. These performances will be backed by the Britten Sinfonia with arrangements by Nico Muhly, Rob Moose and Maxim Moston. This is a collaboration with set designer Carl Robertshaw, light artist Chris Levine, lighting designer Paul Normandale and lighting director Emma Weil. For tickets please see .
Antony would like to respond to the article in El Pais yesterday:
3 of Antony's drawings are included in a group show in Manhattan at the that is opening February 5th: "" featuring Antony, Zipora Fried, Nancy Holt, Joan Jonas, Thiago Rocha Pitta,and Patti Smith. Curated by Tim Goossens