Few bother to read and understand what is written in the Bible or think critically about what Christian doctrine implies. Each point listed below presents a claim for questioning the authenticity of Christianity.
We have a divine mandate to bring men to Christ. How can they believe upon Him of whom they have not heard? With His raptured and resurrected saints from all the ages, He will capture the city, the nation and the world. The Middle East crisis will finally end at the Battle of Armageddon, and war will entirely cease for years.
Of the increase of His government and power there will be no end.
You and I will do well to diligently prepared for a role in His glorious kingdom. Jesus clearly told us that the proof of our love for Him was in keeping His commandments. That is only one of the many reasons why we need to be well-versed in all the scriptures.
And that is why I have worked so hard to present all this material to you here. You will see many articles on this site that pertain to the prophecies of the last days.
He was a brilliant world traveler, scholar, and consultant to world leaders and parliaments on the subject of international currencies. He was also a Bible-believer who believed that the Bible prophesied a coming "Mark of the Beast" when all men would take a mark, without which, no man would be able to buy or sell.
I have lived to see virtually every proposition in that book proven again and again. Come back to it again and again. I believe you will discover that there is an enormous amount of logical and provocative information here that will make you, too, a firm believer that Jesus Christ is soon to come.
These articles reflect well over 35 years of serious research.
Many observations have already come to pass, and others are evolving now. Prophecy is being fulfilled! Some key players that I named in the oldest articles have already passed the baton to their successors, but the prophecies are still at work. Study the big picture and you will understand.
I hope you will find the articles here helpful in your understanding of end-time events. Please write to me if you have serious questions.
Too often, they have ended up on sites that contradict the things I believe, or they get segmented and used out of context and out of my editorial control.This compilation is dedicated to the memory of our nameless forebears, who were the inventors of the pens and inks, paper and incunabula, glyphs and alphabets.
Is John the chapter where, arguably, we learn the most about the "beloved disciple"--a later addition to the book or was it originally part of the Gospel? It is widely acknowledged that John 20 stands as an appropriate ending to the book.
It presents us with, what Beasely-Murray calls, a "total. Have you been asked to write a letter to someone who is preparing to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation?.
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David Anders for encouraging me to write this post. I would not have had the idea on my own, but I am hopeful that it can now serve as a way for me to thank the faculty of RTS in Washington D.C.
and encourage future dialogue between the Reformed and Catholic Christians.