Category Archives: Eschatology

Hell

God is love (1 John 4:8). He who denies this does not know God. He who does not love, does not know God. Hell is the finalisation of not knowing God and never having been known by God (Matt. 7:22-23). … Continue reading

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Lenten reading recommendations

The Church is now officially in its Lenten season. At least the Western Church. The Western Church has different seasons for its year. We start with the Advent season, then we progress to the Christmas season, then we progress to … Continue reading

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The Soul of…Scot McKnight???

I’ll be honest, I am probably a huge critic of Dr. McKnight. Secretly, I hope he actually hears my criticisms of him and gets the point. But he’s an acedemically proclaimed New Testament Scholar and these days, theological schools have … Continue reading

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The Rebellion.

One of the things as of late seems to be this glorification of the concept of rebellion and the effects that the Star Wars movies had at their core a message of rebellion. And as of late, I see lots … Continue reading

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The post-truth age

There has been rather interesting points to make mostly on the amount of the outrage that has occurred at Donald Trump’s presidency. But what the outrage mostly shows is how a lot of the facts are neglected and no one … Continue reading

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Apostolic Succession–a doctrine rooted in history…

Going back to a particular conversation I had with an NT scholar recently, one thing he asked in his adamant denial and objection to Apostolic Succession is whether the Church is served by dogma with no historic foundation. I would … Continue reading

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The gap between NT scholars and the Church, Protestants and the Church…

This is an e-mail exchange I had with an NT scholar after observing that he had declared Apostolic Succession a false doctrine on his own blog. The main problem is that the Church’s teachings over the years have established Apostolic … Continue reading

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