These articles dig deeper, challenge presuppositions, and seek to understand God’s underlying purpose, methods, and goals. The Holy Spirit will be our primary guide into this more unfiltered view of Scripture. When understood better, it leads to what the Apostle Paul calls the breadth and length and height and depth of comprehension (Ephesians 3:14-19).
Is There a Third Temple to be Built in Jerusalem?
This discussion focuses on looking at the underlying purpose for the destruction of the first two temples; it’s derived from God’s correction upon Judah for their failure to keep their covenant with him. This occurred first when Israel(1) (the Northern kingdom) was taken captive and dispersed. Judah (the Southern kingdom) experienced this dispersion twice; once…
The Role of Judas in the Mystery of God
When considering how lost Judas is, one approach is to view his role in a larger context – the Mystery of God. Not familiar with that context? Come and see what scripture has to reveal.
How do the examples of God’s deliverance relate to his work in Christ Jesus?
In this article, let’s continue to look deeper into 2 Peter 2 and examine the other examples of God’s deliverance cited there. Peter’s objective is not just to show how God is able to rescue the Godly from trials, it’s also to show his power to restrain the wicked sufficiently so that the whole world…
What is the hour of trial brought upon the world?
The answer to the article’s title depends primarily on what presuppositions are held about the events to which the hour of trial might point. A larger context for understanding these verses comes from the vision and the vision-giver who is revealing the things that have been, the things that are, and those things yet to…
When is the inheritance promised to the saints delivered?
This question reaches to the core of some very challenging presuppositions, and the answer is vital to every Christian desiring to be faithful to our Lord and Christ. So to begin, let’s see how scripture defines and characterizes the inheritance we seek. We can begin in 1 Peter 1. 1 Peter 1:3-5 (ESV)3 Blessed be…
What is the Mystery of God?
First part in the Discovery Series on the Mystery of God. In order to understand it more thoroughly we must begin by defining it. This includes seeking to understand its scope and how it is characterized.
Many questions addressed in the Discovery Series are derived from my recent book . . .
The Rapture Question: An Unfiltered View
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