POST PUBLISHED INAugust, 2010
August 24th, 201009:27 AM ETThe book of Revelation is perhaps the most studied book in the Bible because it is such a mystery. Only after decades of contemplation and study have I come to the point that I may have a handle on only about 50% of its message. I do believe I have some constructive suggestions for anyone who wants to try to understand this book. I have studied man...
August 21st, 201009:44 PM ETIn my attempts to understand the most un-understandable book in the Bible, I have come to some conclusions. The problem of understanding Revelations is separating symbolism from detail. We know that much of the book is symbolic because Jesus tells us it is in Rev. 1:20 when He says the candlesticks John saw were the 7 churches and the stars are th...
August 13th, 201002:14 AM ETThe question of how real was the first man Adam is brought up in biblical discussions often. The argument of the evolutionists is that man came about through evolutionary processes and that there was no “first” man. Biblical believers say that the book of Genesis describes very well how the first man came about. God created him in the garden of...
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