Image by BA1969 (Billy Frank Alexander) RGBStock The Church Is Meant to Understand Revelation The Revelation given to the apostle, John, was not meant to be obscure information to leave the Church bewildered and at odds with one another about its meaning. Instead, it was knowledge and insight given by God so that the “seven… Continue reading Getting Revelation – Part 1
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B1VZLW5P In view of today's landmark decision by the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, here are two extracts from my book, Abortion and the Bible: Can Pro-life and Pro-choice Both Be Right? Preface While perusing the Scriptures and considering their logical application to abortion, it became apparent that the word of God is… Continue reading Abortion and the Bible: Can Pro-life and Pro-choice Both Be Right?
The Church is the light of the world, but without truth, they become the blind leading the blind, floundering and leading others to do the same. In this way, American evangelicals, who have had a huge influence on their country’s political landscape, have done just that. The following books offer remedies for three areas where many have lost biblical focus and led people astray:
- Remove the false end-time teachings associated with the Apocalypse.
- Restore the day-to-day benefit of the book of Revelation to believers.
- Better understand eschatology.
- Remedy international relations.
The Bride and The Beast
- Restore the requirement for good character in public officials.
- Restore credibility with the unsaved.
- Restore Christian influence as the means to long-term societal change rather than resorting to using…
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Link to YouTube video in the post Test Every Word From Every Teacher Christian teachers like Rob Bell have a big influence on the body of Christ, and so their public views and teachings ought to be placed under greater scrutiny. Also, teachers in the body of Christ should welcome the examination of what they… Continue reading Homosexuality and the Bible: Reflecting on the Discussion by Rob Bell & Andrew Wilson
Photo by Christine Landis, Rgbstock Why Is There War in Ukraine? The war in Ukraine has me asking whether the people of Ukraine had been, like Job, fearing God and shunning evil. In other words, were they building their lives on faith in God and righteousness? It’s a rhetorical question, for they are not unlike… Continue reading Hope for Ukrainians and Promise of Judgment
Picture by Lusi World Changers To see His Church the way Jesus did is to view a company of people imbued with His light and changing the world. He saw them as world changers when he said, "You are the light of the world" (Matt. 5:14) and taught them to pray "Your kingdom come, your… Continue reading Think Church, Be Church, Change the World
Evangelicals in America brought unholy fire into God's holy institution of government (Rom. 13) and, worse, into His Church. They must repent for this fire continues to destroy their nation and divide the Church and only God can put it out. I have written on this in order to bring about repentance and to this… Continue reading UNHOLY FIRE!
Picture: Saavem (Miguel Saavedra) Edited Picture: fangol (Robert Proksa) Why War Has Come To Ukraine Don’t get me wrong when you read this. I am all for Ukraine and its people and am incredibly inspired and impressed by their resilience against extreme Russian aggression. But as a student and teacher of God’s word, I must… Continue reading Ukraine Under God’s Judgment, a Russian Beast, and Nations Warned
Picture: ba1969 (Billy Frank Alexander) Do You Want The Good News or Bad News First? The good news is that the Bible is 100% accurate and God's word. The bad news is that the Bible is 100% accurate and God's word. It is either good or bad depending on how you answer Jesus' question, "Who… Continue reading The Bible Is Both Good News and Bad News
Photo: gesinek (Gesine Kuhlmann) Rgbstock Forgotten/Unknown Resolution from 1998 "In 1998, the Southern Baptist Convention, the largest Protestant denomination in the United States, passed, what they called, a Resolution On Moral Character Of Public Officials."1 It contains biblical principles that inform and warn the electorate against choosing persons of ill-repute. Here it is: WHEREAS, “Righteousness… Continue reading A Resolution Worth Keeping