- He Himself bore our Sicknesses and carried our Pains
- Deissmann on parousia
- Many Shall Come from the East and West
- Jesus fulfills the Law and the Prophets
- Why did Moses break the stone tablets?
- The story of a cross in Spring Lake
- The Mystery of Iniquity in II Thessalonians 2:7
- On Them a Light Has Dawned
- What Child Is This?
- The final birth pains versus the beginning of the birth pains
Monthly Archives: June 2007
The issue that bugs me the most about the Preterist position is the attempt to explain away the future coming of the LORD as having already occurred in 70 A.D. But that is exactly what you must do if you … Continue reading
Three events that could NOT have been fulfilled in 70 A.D. are The Abomination of Desolation, The Great Tribulation, and The Gathering of the Saints. I came across this objective view of the Olivet Discourse today. Read about it here. … Continue reading
I am trudging my way through T. W. Manson’s The Teaching of Jesus. It is a bit laborious, but I came across a golden nugget on the nature of the Kingdom of God. It seems that Manson’s book may have … Continue reading
Wednesday, June 20, 2007 Read the entire article here. Or read clips below. JERUSALEM — Three-century-old manuscripts by Isaac Newton calculating the exact date of the apocalypse, detailing the precise dimensions of the ancient temple in Jerusalem and … Continue reading
I was quite surprised in reading Scot McKnight’s views (read at this link here or click here for entire PDF) to see how he interprets the events of Daniel 7 as being fulfilled in 70 A.D. Here is the next … Continue reading
For those of you who enjoy contemporary Christian music, animation, and Voltron, you need to check out the David Crowder Band video. This is a scream. Click here to view video.
For those of you who are following my critique of the Preterist position, here is the next post which gets down to some of the nuts and bolts in the Olivet Discourse. Again, I am only concerning myself with Scot … Continue reading
Maxwell’s book, Born Crucified, brings home our living relationship with the LORD Jesus, but it is based on His death. Before there was the resurrection, there was the crucifixion. There are so many excellent stories in each chapter that Maxwell … Continue reading
Damaris graciously allowed me to borrow a Lamplighter book that she received as a gift from an older, male friend of hers. The book is Helen’s Temper (subtitled "and its consequences") by Mrs. George Gladstone. This book is probably more along … Continue reading