Episode 165: I continue to introduce the book of Revelation by explaining the need to read this book through the lens the Lord put in place: “soon,” “near,” and “shortly.” Also, I present some special skills needed to properly understand the Revelation in its proper context.
Question of the Day: When was the book of Revelation written (part 2)?
Episode 164: There’s a lot of confusion surrounding the book of Revelation. Rightly so. It is a tough book to understand. Join me as I cut through the fog of erroneous interpretations and introduce what is sure to be a rich study through a powerful book of prophecy.
Question of the Day: When was the book of Revelation written?
Episode 163: They say there are no atheists in foxholes…apparently they’re all hiding out at JAG. Atheists are intend on bringing a lawsuit against the Marines for a mental health questionnaire they make soldiers fill out asking if they have had a “loss or lack of spiritual faith.” Tune in I approach this current event from a very subtle direction.
Episode 162: It was only a matter of time. Though the court case is over in merry old England, it is only a matter of time before this stuff hits our shores. I offer some practical steps concerning how Christians should respond to the homosexual agenda.
Episode 161: Recently, archaeologists in Turkey dug up a chest which supposedly contains a piece of the cross that Jesus died on. So what does this mean? Tune in as I break down how when an idol’s-a-tree that is really gross idolatry.
Episode 160: We’re doing a one month recap one week early of the George Zimmerman verdict. Tune in as I make some general observations before diving into much heavier matters pertaining to the trial and execution of Jesus.
Episode 159: We have finished Daniel, but I want to revisit some of the erroneous interpretations out there concerning the prophetic portions of Daniel. Join me as I walk us through several of the incorrect views out there about Daniel and offer the correct interpretation of these sometimes confusing texts.
Artistic representation of the premillenial view of Nebuchadnezzer’s statue (note the toes):