Category Archives: Biblical Theology

Anti-Semitism

Every misperception and lie usually begins with an initial, faulty definition of a word coupled with repeating that word over and over again, hundreds and thousands of times without challenge. Such is the case with the word “anti-Semitism.” If you … Continue reading

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The Coming of Jesus Christ and the Meaning of “This Generation” – Part 2

The question before us is whether the phrase “this generation” in Matthew 24:34 (“this generation will not pass away until all these things take place”) refers to a race or to a time frame. Does “this generation” mean “this race” … Continue reading

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The Coming of Jesus Christ and the Meaning of “This Generation” – Part 1

I have received direct and indirect communication from a few people this past week who have challenged my conclusion in respect to when the coming of Jesus Christ took place. Has it already happened or is there yet a future … Continue reading

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Nature Reflects God’s Design for How to Study the Bible

As a naturopath, I have learned that our God created certain plants and animals for food. That may not be a surprise to you because it makes sense. But what many don’t consciously consider is that there is a significant … Continue reading

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Faith: The Gift of Seeing

Why do things never seem to change? Why is it that we are witnessing and experiencing a lawless, destructive system of darkness? Certainly, knowing and understanding God’s ordained remedies outlined within Scripture gives us an indispensable road map to help … Continue reading

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An Answer to Anti-White Government Policy

A ten-minute video was sent to me recently that exposed an anti-White government policy by the federal agency called HUD (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development). This video featured a White woman and her commentary sponsored by Red Ice … Continue reading

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Race, DNA and Vaccinations

As a Christian theologian, I have come to the conclusion that the Bible is about the race of Adam throughout their generations and specifically about the Adamic covenant family of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. This race was created in the … Continue reading

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Creating God in Our Own Image: Transgressing the First Commandment

Creating God in our own image, that is, from our own imagination, means we are creating our own god and setting another god before the one, true Living God of Israel. When, by our own ideas and concepts, we construct … Continue reading

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The Key to Taking the Guesswork Out of Interpreting the Bible: Discovering Original Intent – Part 2

Although there are many possible barriers to correctly interpreting the Bible, one glaring and common error repeated today is the failure to discover original intent. The misrepresentation of what the Bible says and means in large part flows from this … Continue reading

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The Key to Taking the Guesswork Out of Interpreting the Bible: Discovering Original Intent – Part 1

Is there a way to know with reasonable certainty what the Bible actually says and means? Yes! It is discovering original intent. This is the key to taking the guesswork out of interpreting the Bible. If that is of interest … Continue reading

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