Why Study Prophecy?

Under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, the apostle Paul wrote, ‘Do not despise prophecies’ (1 Thes 5:20). These days, however, many ‘leaders’ say that studying Bible prophecies diverts attention away from evangelism, Christians should not ‘try to figure out...

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Are You Seeking Easter Eggs or the Afikomen?

Are you searching for Easter eggs or is the idea that children search for something that is part of the Passover Seder? Why is this question relevant at the time when we commemorate the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus the Messiah? The Feasts of Passover and...

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Salvation and Discipleship

Is there a difference between justification and sanctification, and between a believer’s relationship and fellowship with God? Can we distinguish between God’s gift of eternal life and God’s rewards based on works? I believe the Bible teaches that we are saved by...

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Theological Identity Theft

Does a woman stop being a woman when she becomes a believer in Jesus Christ? Is the employee-employer distinction erased when a person becomes a believer in Jesus Christ? If all who belong to Christ are children of Abraham, does this mean that all Abraham’s children...

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Clearly Seen, Being Understood …

On the day that unbelievers are judged, will a person be able to successfully argue that God should acquit him (or her) because there was not enough evidence for the existence of God? Similarly, if a person never heard the gospel of Christ, will he or she be found...

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Prayers in Jonah 2

The book of Jonah is neither an allegory nor some fantasy. This is a true story about a true prophet (2 Kings 14:23-25) who fled in a ship to Tarshish and who was swallowed by a large fish and vomited out three days and three nights later (Jonah 1:3, 17; 2:10). The...

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The Judgement Seat of Christ

The doctrine of the judgement seat (in Greek: the bēma-seat) of Christ straddles not only soteriology (the teaching about salvation), but also ecclesiology (the doctrine of the Church) and eschatology (end times teaching). Despite this, why is there so little teaching...

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Perilous Times

It seems that Christians, especially those in the West, are going to have a much harder time going forward. Much of Western civilization was built on Biblical principles and a Christian worldview. But this foundation is facing a full-frontal and all-out attack, if not...

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Why MUST Christ Reign On the Earth Before the Eternal Order?

Why does 1 Corinthians 15:25 state that Christ “must” reign until He put all his enemies under his feet? In the very next verse, God says that the last enemy to be destroyed is death. Will there be death in the eternal order? When will unfulfilled and unconditional...

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Exodus, Joshua and Revelation

There are many typological connections between the books of Exodus and Revelation. But the same can be said for Joshua and Revelation. Why is this the case? What typological connections exist between these three books? When may these Old Testament types be fulfilled...

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The Doctrine of the Nations

What is God’s plan for the nations? Why has He elected Israel as the chosen nation? How should a ‘nation’ be defined Biblically? How is Satan trying to thwart God’s plan for the nations? These and other questions are discussed in the doctrine of the nations. The 70...

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Babylon

There are major end-time prophetic events that do not appear on most eschatological ‘time lines’. When these unconditional, literal prophesies are fulfilled directly and literally, God must and will get the glory. What is unusual about these prophesies is that they...

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