Rosh Hashanah

L'Shanah Tova! Happy (Jewish) New Year! Yes, I'm late. Also, a bit lazy, so here's a repost to tide everyone over. As many of you already know, we are entering into the fall High Holy Days, comprised of the Feasts of Trumpets, Atonement, and Tabernacles. Just as the spring Feastdays celebrate the First Coming of …

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Rosh Hashanah

As many of you already know, we are entering into the fall High Holy Days, comprised of the Feasts of Trumpets, Atonement, and Tabernacles. Just as the spring Feastdays celebrate the First Coming of Messiah Yeshua, and Shavuot (Pentecost) celebrates the giving of the Ruach HaKodesh (the Holy Spirit) to the Ekklesia in between the …

‘Rapture’ real aftermath: Beheadings, shootings, mass graves

Over here in the States, Harold Camping's failed Rapture prediction mostly resulted in joking around at the expense of his followers--and to a lesser extent, at the expense of the Body of Messiah in general.  Elsewhere in the world, however, Camping's campaign had far more dire consequences, as World Net Daily reports: Prasch routinely travels …

May 21 was NOT the Rapture (The NY Daily News is once again right on top of things)

Let the record show that Harold Camping's prediction was wrong . . . and my prediction was spot on the money.  Not that predicting worldwide mockery of Biblical prophecy was that difficult a stretch. As May 21 came and went without the world coming to an end, Harold Camping has yet to offer up a …

Revelation Not to the Ekklesia? Part 3 – Old Testament Prophecy

As we continue our analysis of E.W. Bullinger's commentary on the book of Revelation, we come to his next proof that the Revelation is not intended for the Ekklesia, which is that it "is another undoubted fact, that the Church of God is not the subject of the Old Testament, either in history, type, or …

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 …