Do you ever find yourself wanting more, more than the mundane, everyday life that is evident in the lives of those around us? Have you ever found yourself fed up with the way some things just never work out? Have you tried and tried to fix something, perhaps around the house, and never managed to … More A Life Less Ordinary
Perhaps the most important passage of text regarding what the church refers to as the Rapture can be found in John’s gospel. I like to look at the four gospels in their entireties, rather than broken down into chapters, and John’s version of events really stands out because he has clearly and very carefully selected … More Myth Busters #7 – The Rapture (Part Four)
I’ve spent some thinking about this subject of late. I had intended to carry on looking at the parables which Yeshua told, and which can be connected with the event the church refers to as the Rapture. However, the parables are a matter of interpretation, and I would rather leave any further interpretations to being … More Myth Busters #7 – The Rapture (Part Three)
As a slight aside, perhaps even a diversion, from our look at the Rapture, I have come to wondering about the short phrase, In Christ, which Paul uses often in his writings. I have been wondering whether or not we have missed the real meaning of the two words altogether. We take, or at least … More In Christ
At the end of the first part of this little series on the Rapture, I suggested that you might want to take a look several parables which Yeshua spoke, which can all be identifiable as relating to the event the church refers to as the Rapture. The link between any such event and the parables … More Myth Busters #7 – The Rapture (Part Two)
I have been thinking about this subject a great deal of late. Not so much the mechanics of the rapture, but what the Biblical evidence actually declares about the subject. I guess the reason why I have found the need to add this to the Myth Busters collection of articles is that there is clearly … More Myth Busters #7 – The Rapture (Part One)
It would hardly be fitting that I should let this anniversary pass without making mention of it on this blog, particularly as I am keen to see the church, as a whole, reform. Today is the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s nailing his 95 treatises to the door of the Catholic church in Wittenberg, Germany. … More Happy Anniversary?