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In the gospels, Jesus predicted the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem, during a time of “great tribulation” for the people of Judea, and that would signal the “End of the Age” – and he said all of that would happen within one generation. From history we know that every detail of his prophecy WAS fulfilled exactly how he said it would be. The “great tribulation” is in our past, not our future.
“The heavens declare the glory of the Lord” says the Psalms. The Bible contains a “hidden cosmology” – hidden to us because we come from such a different culture, but when our eyes are opened to it, we can see the true, ancient, Biblical meaning of the constellations of the Zodiac, and an unfolding chart of the Ages.
Revelation Generation: which generation was the book of Revelation written to – ours or the original readers? Once we understand the culture, genre, and history of Revelation, we see that it was depicting to the original readers in the first century AD that THEY were living in the transition from one Age to another.
The Cusp of the Ages: The “Transition” period between Old and New Covenants
Welcome to the New Age: the Coming Aquarian Age
Mission Accomplished: the end of the Ages
Further study on the Ages
10 Questions & Answers
In praise of large churches Over the last few years it has become commonplace for Christians who have a grievance against a church they once attended to declare that any church which is growing and reaching new people is somehow sinful and oppressive and it is run by...
The Bible NEVER states how old the earth is, or when the universe was created, or anything like that. Of course, you can believe what you want but you cannot enforce that view on other Christians as it is not discussed in the Bible.
I have never actually done a book review before - at least not since my student days, when it was often about a book I had no interest in reading. In this case, I was asked if I would review the book and I was happy to say yes because it was a book I was interested in...
This is not so much a "book review" - I was asked by Paul Graves to write the Foreword to this book, so here is what I wrote for him, which gives a sort-of-book-review and lest you know what it is all about: It was an honour to be asked by Paul to write the forward...