Bible Among the Myths

John Oswalt

During the seventh through third centuries BC, Greek philosophers believed in a universe that existed from one being which brought together the cosmos. This perspective caused the Greek philosophers to clash with the main belief of the world, polyverse, which means what we see and beyond is the aftermath of clashing forces.  

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Rapture vs Second Coming

The Rapture

Many Christians are confused about the Rapture vs Second Coming of Christ thus leading to an outright unbelief in the Pretribulational Rapture or both events altogether.

While we address this topic in our End Time Questions and Answers, in this article I will discuss the differences between the two prophetic events which will occur at two different times for two different reasons in prophecy. Beside, why would Christians choose to believe that there will be no Pretribulational Rapture? Do they want to go through the Tribulation? I’m mean really. Let’s take a look at the facts:

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End Time Questions & Answers

What Is the End Time?

Referred to as the latter years, latter days, and the last days in both the Old and New Testaments, the End Time is a period of years characterized by momentous, world-wide troublesome times and hardships, political and economic turbulence, natural disasters, wars and famines.

These occurrences will reach a pivotal point with the removal of the Lord’s people, known in Christendom as the ‘Rapture.’ This phenomenon will usher in the dreadful 7-year Tribulation Period marked by the emergence of One World Government; a global political leader; a global religious leader; and God’s wrath upon the unrepentant by which millions will die. The Tribulation Period will conclude with the Battle of Armageddon and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.

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Ezekiel Commentary: Chapters 38, 39

Ezekiel commentary Chapters 38 and 39

Background Information: Ezekiel was a Jewish priest and prophet who was taken captive by King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon during his second invasion of Jerusalem in 597 B.C. The Lord commissioned Ezekiel as the prophet to the Jews in exile. He began prophesying to them when he was 30 years old. In Chapters 38 and 39 the Lord tells Ezekiel to speak to the leader of Russia concerning Israel and the Battle of Armageddon set aside for the End Time, referred to as the latter years.

These two chapters are distinctly different from Daniel and Revelation as the Lord is speaking directly to the leader of Russia (Gog), and further clarity is provided about earthly happenings going on in Israel once the Battle of Armageddon is over. The Lord also tells us why He will allow the bloodiest, deadliest war in the history of planet earth.

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Word Of The Day: God Speaks Only To His Churches

In the Word Of The Day, God speaks only to His Churches in Revelation 3:6, because by this time, most of the world has rejected the Gospel and turned a deaf ear to His Words. Therefore God prepares His church for what’s to come, by making it clear that they better listen. And those that do listen are granted extra blessings by doing so in Revelation 1:3 KJV. Continue reading “Word Of The Day: God Speaks Only To His Churches”