Why we believe the rapture will happen before the tribulation.
A Chart of Daniel 11 along with the events they described. This will help determine what events have happened and what is yet to come.
Many shows on TV and Radio try to tie prophecies from the Bible into today’s current events. Every time they are wrong. Why is this?
In heaven, you’ll have the chance to meet people from the bible, but what will you do when you meet Obadiah? Will Obadiah ask, “I was wondering… did you like my book?”
This article presents simple logical proof that we free will and falsifies any form Calvinism and Arminianism to show that the future is not “settled” in any way or means.
There the Bible never says, “God knows the entire future.” Surprised? There is no doubt that God does know some future events, but does he know all of it? Most importantly, did he know Adam and Eve would fall? It may be shocking, but it is true. There is no verse that tells us that God knows all of the future. Some to show some future knowledge, yet we take some to mean all. Why do we conclude that he knows all of the future?
Sections of the Bible differ in how commonly they record miracles. But there is one thread that runs consistently throughout: Miracles foster unbelief?
God is there. He always hears his children! However, on the darkest of nights, when the silence is deafening, it can make one wonder, “where is God?”
People pray for many different things: a happy marriage, for healing, for success, and so on. Yet it turns out those very people can have bad marriages, die from diseases, and fail at their endeavors. Christians try to reason why this is so. Some believe that somehow, the prayer was answered. They give the non-answer that all prayers are answered by “Yes,” “No,” and “Wait.” Could there be a better answer?
This article will try to determine if Intelligent Design is science that should be more recognized. Intelligent Design argues that the complexity of the universe could not have originated by chance and required an intelligent designer, who is unnamed, to set things in motion.