Last year’s excitement over the story of Noah provided great opportunity to rehearse his Genesis 6-9 story, and the preceding chapters of Genesis that lead up to Noah’s birth. The movie was a raucus bust, rock monsters and all, but did put the patriarch in the culture. Though others before him surely did, Noah is the first believer in scripture to overtly offer God innocent animal sacrifice, making him the first literally revealed man of blood covenant in the Bible.[continue reading...]
A new dark age is on the horizon, and its current day proponents masquerade as “intellects.” Their “God is dead” campaign of the ’70s tunneled into the institutional “God is irrelevant” campaign of today…
There is a prophesied end-times war in the Old Testament book of Ezekiel that will once again unleash God’s divine power to utterly destroy an enemy that comes against Israel. Ezekiel says God will turn this enemy about and put a thought in his head to come out of the north to attack…
This article discusses how hermeneutics can crack the cover of Bible prophecy in 2016. It links several articles that give you the heremeneutic tools for your “own” eschatology study in this new year. Where the Word of God Is Bound, So Are We, Where It’s Not, We Are Free is the basic rule of this literal study discipline. You need no “expert” to show you what Revelation means. Become your own eschatologian today, at Eschatology Today!
If John’s revelation of Israel in Revelation 12 presents the best working picture of New Testament prophetic symbolism, the best example of key word connection is in Christ’s Matthew 24 prophesied “last days signs” and His opening of Revelation’s infamous seals. There is no more controversial section of John’s Revelation than this one in chapter 6 where he witnesses Christ’s opening of the seals. To misinterpret them at this point of Revelation’s eschatology is to misinterpret the rest of the book.
Before Jesus Christ’s return to the earth, the Bible predicts a resurrection and a rapture. Why? And what are they? This is a perplexing question the Bible answers fully. The apostle Paul writes the simutaneous events will happen at the “last” trumpet.Interpreting the Rules of Revelation
Bible prophecy. Can the ordinary every day pew warming Christian understand these passages of Scripture that make up one third of the Bible’s text? “No,” so many prophetic “experts” seem to say. Their allegorical commentaries that have flooded Christian airwaves and bookstores over the years read and sound like parroted last-days Rapture squak. “Go away, don’t
How would you fare if your judgment seat was scheduled for some time this year? What would you have to offer God for reward on behalf of your Christian life on earth? Tough question for those who haven’t given their life totally to Him. Hebrews 9:27 27 …it is appointed for men to die once and
There is a miraculous power revealed in the lives of two peculiar figures in the Book of Revelation, “the two olive trees and the two lampstands that stand before the Lord of the earth” (11:4). …Fire spews out of their mouths to devour God’s last-days enemies as they preach God’s Word with miracles following. They are not without scriptural peer, having in common the prophetic traits of Moses, Elijah, and Philip…