End of Days Prophecies, Rapture, and Christian Tribulation
- Will Christians Go Through the Great Tribulation? - What did Jesus say? Pre-tribulation rapture refuted.
- Will Christians Suffer the Wrath of God? - The wrath of God is directed against non-believers after they persecute the Church during the Great Tribulation.
- The Persecuted Christian Church - A history of hatred against Jesus and His followers.
- How Close are the End Times? - Speculation about possible scenarios to usher in the end times.
- Book of Daniel Prophecy: End of Days Bible Study of the Prophet Daniel by H.L. Nigro - What the Jewish scriptures tell us about the end times.
- Book Review: The End Times Passover: Etymological Challenges to Millenarian Doctrines
- Book Review: Why Christians Will Suffer "Great Tribulation"
- Book Review: Left Behind Answered Verse by Verse
- Book Review: Earth Turns Heaven: The End and Beyond
- Book Review: The Origins of Left Behind Eschatology
- Last Days Mystery - Post-tribulation site
We are what we think.
- 07/25/2014 02:17 AM
Quote of the Week: Kenneth Samples
I like my eschatology the way I like my fireworks—safe and sane. — Kenneth Samples, “Lecture on End Times”
- 07/22/2014 02:57 AM
How Can Christians Ease Suffering? Part 1: Reestablishing Security
One of the most important roles of a spiritual community is to give hope for the hurting. — Dr. Ken Jung, “Giving Hope for the Hurting”1 Why would a good and all-powerful God allow evil and suffering to exist in … Continue reading
- 07/18/2014 02:16 AM
Quote of the Week: Augustine
Therefore do not seek to understand in order to believe, but believe that thou mayest understand. — Augustine, Tract. Ev Jo 29.6, Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, ed. Philip Schaff (Peabody, MS: 1995), 184.
- 07/15/2014 02:32 AM
What I Did on Summer Vacation
Our family has started a new tradition: end-of-the-school-year blowouts. A few weeks ago we left on the first day of summer vacation for the Grand Canyon. None of us had ever seen this natural wonder so we were all very … Continue reading
- 07/11/2014 07:13 PM
Quote of the Week: Anglican Statement of Faith
Holy Scripture containeth all things necessary to salvation: so that whatsoever is not read therein, nor may be proved thereby, is not to be required of any man, that it should be believed as an article of the Faith, or … Continue reading
- 07/08/2014 02:20 AM
A Review of Dinesh D’Souza’s “America”
Over the Fourth of July holiday my family and I saw America, a new documentary from Dinesh D’Souza. The film, which sparked a lot of discussion among the members of my family, suggests that there are two basic views of … Continue reading
- 07/04/2014 02:53 AM
Quote of the Week: John R. and Susan G. Josephson
Abduction is inference to the best explanation, a pattern of reasoning that occurs in such diverse places as medical diagnosis, scientific theory formation, accident investigation, language understanding, and jury deliberation. — John R. and Susan G. Josephson, Abductive Inference (New … Continue reading
- 07/01/2014 12:17 PM
How to Choose a History Book
I make no secret about my love for my country and its history. If you hang around Reflections long enough, you’ll see me address topics like World War II (in which my father fought) and the JFK assassination. But history … Continue reading
- 06/27/2014 02:51 AM
Quote of the Week: Alister McGrath
God is always with us, a gracious and consoling presence on the journey of life, even as we “walk through the valley of the shadow of death.” — Alister E. McGrath, Surprised by Meaning (Louisville, KY: John Knox Press, 2011), … Continue reading
- 06/24/2014 02:35 AM
Why We Need Apologetic Pastors, Part 2
Guest article from Dr. Andrew Corbett, senior pastor at Legana Christian Church in Tasmania Each Sunday I have something to say to my congregation about the defense of our faith. In fact, I must say something. For example, when Lawrence … Continue reading
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