Antichrist Watch

 Little children, it is the last hour; and as you have heard that the Antichrist is coming, even now many antichrists have come, by which we know that it is the last hour. 1 John 2:18 Vatican's Secret Deal with China 500 Years Latter the Papacy is still Antichrist

FAITHFUL WORD APP

I may catch some hell for this one but I find the Faithful Word App very useful with thousands of hours worth of material to listen to. It is banned from Android app stores so you will have to download it from here. The app, "...support the Greek Audio of Scrivener’s 1894 Text, the French … Continue reading FAITHFUL WORD APP

The Candle and the Comforter

Jesus Christ is our eternal king who governs us by his Word and Spirit (Heidelberg Catechism LD 12). In the Reformation, this twofold formula guarded against, on the one hand, the objectivism of Roman Catholic sacramentalism and, on the other hand, the subjectivism of Anabaptist mysticism. With this in mind, I was struck afresh when … Continue reading The Candle and the Comforter

Classic Chiliasm

Photo by Fallon Michael on Pexels.com What the world needs now (in 2020) is a proper eschatology, one that allows for a spiritual understanding of allegorical passages, not a position that forces a literal interpretation from scripture to fit a system. Can you believe some Premillennialists are looking for a 3rd Temple, a rebuilt Temple … Continue reading Classic Chiliasm

Symbols – Historic Premillennialism

Source: http://mydigitalseminary.com/historic-premillennialism-james-hamilton/ What would you see as some distinctive aspect(s) of your view (Historic Premillennialism)? People seem most surprised by my willingness to grant that many, many things in Revelation are probably symbolic (even a round number like 1,000 years). My contention is that we should interpret the symbols in Revelation self-referentially, that is, against each … Continue reading Symbols – Historic Premillennialism

Intro to The Book of Revelation

By George E. Ladd I. Authorship. The author of the book designated himself simply as "John" (1:1; 1:4; 21:2; 22:8). He was well known by the churches of Asia, calling himself their brother, who shared with them the tribulation and the kingdom and the patient endurance (1:9). The question arises: Who was this John? It … Continue reading Intro to The Book of Revelation