Revelation Not to the Ekklesia? Part 4 – The Son of Man

With all that's going on in the Middle-east bringing my news-junkie side out, I've been neglecting the Scriptural side of this blog of late. Hopefully, this will help to make up for it. So far, we've analyzed E.W. Bullinger's assessment that the Ekklesia, or Church, is not the subject of the Book of the Revelation. …

New When the Stars Fall Podcast

Here's the new podcast (link now actually working) which covers chapter 4 of When the Stars Fall.  I also did a bit of rambling about a few items in the news this week: American Thinker: In the Midst of the Egyptian Upheaval EurekAlert: Neurobiologists find that weak electrical fields in the brain help neurons fire …

Revelation Not To the Ekklesia? Part 2: Hebraic Character

In part one of this series, we looked at how Bullinger's rather radical take on Dispensationalism colors not only his eschatology, but his ecclesiology and his theology in general.  With that as our set-up, let's start taking his arguments one-by-one, starting with, "The Hebrew Character of the Book."  After pointing out how critics have used …

Revelation Not To The Ekklesia? Part 1: Bullinger’s Theology

Someone who has started on my book (yes, plug, plug) wrote a few days ago asking me to address the arguments of E.W. Bullinger's Commentary on Revelation that the final book of Scripture is not addressed to the Church.  It seemed like it would make for a good series, and ties in well with the …