Category Archives: Apocalypse

I've found the Book of Revelation (Apocalypse) Among the Easiest to Read

Let me remove all suspicions immediately: I do not have the English text in mind.  And neither am I speaking about the symbolism of this “confusing” book. Rather, I’m referring to the Greek text.  About a week ago I decided … Continue reading

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Some Random Thoughts…

Just figured out that Twitter is only great for advertising, whether book companies, bloggers, and so on.  Otherwise, everything else is just mundane. Wishing would have allowed the use of more widgets (my big hiccup with ’em) It was … Continue reading

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A Good Primer on the Message of the Kingdom But One Problem…

While I thoroughly enjoyed reading Brian McLaren’s The Secret Message of Jesus—which is really a book about the message of the kingdom—I had a problem with his view of the book of Revelation. If Revelation were a blueprint of the … Continue reading

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John Calvin Would Have Been a Premillennialist…

Now the reformer John Calvin would have been a chiliast (“one who believes in a literal thousand-year reign of Christ on earth) if he wasn’t busy saying the following about chiliasm—“their fiction is too childish either to need or to be worth … Continue reading

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