Monthly Archives: November 2019

The Beasts of Rev. 13 in Context & History

The original catalyst for writing this had been a Sunday School class years ago that, however good it was on other counts, poignantly reminded me of how absolutely one particular interpretation of eschatology has so thoroughly crowded out other viewpoints, … Continue reading

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Christ’s Death: Limited and Thorough Atonement

 “Limited” is not the best way to describe our Atonement, because both those who believe in elective salvation and those who believe in free-will, limit the Atonement in some way. Calvinists limit it by saying that Christ’s death was only … Continue reading

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Kingdoms, Visible & Invisible

The Kingdom of God does not come with observation. The Kingdom of Titus and Vespasian came with observation. The fault of those inside the doomed walls was focusing too literally on the literal kingdom, even though their Messiah explained to … Continue reading

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HOLY THING-ISM

“that it may save us…”   And when the people had come into the camp, the elders of Israel said, “Why has the Lord defeated us today before the Philistines? Let us bring the ark of the covenant of the … Continue reading

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