Monthly Archives: June 2012

Are Pre-Wrathers chronologically indifferent to Revelation 16:15?

Post-Tribbers have loved Revelation 16:15 for quite some time.  To them, this is positive proof in the chronological narrative that Jesus has not yet returned by the sixth bowl.  Chronology in the book of Revelation can sometimes be difficult.  It … Continue reading

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Why the word apotropaic hasn’t made a comeback

Back in the day, there was a word that was used to describe items that would ward off evil creatures. The word was and still is apotropaic. The idea is that garlic would keep away vampires, or the sign of … Continue reading

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The Voice in the Wilderness

After describing the events in the birth and childhood of the Messiah, the Tax Collector jumps forward several years when introducing the next major figure in his narrative.  John the Baptist figures heavily into the subject of fulfilled prophecy.  Matthew … Continue reading

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Jesus the Nazarite

The prophets said He shall be called The Nazarene Matthew 2:19 But when Herod died, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared in a dream to Joseph in Egypt, 20 saying, “Rise, take the child and his mother and go … Continue reading

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