I think we’ve all fundamentally misunderstood the point of the story of Noah. We’re hellbent on making the patriarchs in Genesis look like bad sinners, probably for two reasons: to make God seem better and to make men seem worse to support doctrines of original sin and total depravity. I don’t think this is warranted… Continue reading The Story of Noah and Ham
Joshua, the sixth book of the Bible, is fraught with controversy and debate. It is most well-known for the detailed look at the genocide of the Canaanites at the hand of Israel by the command of God. While this event is monumentously important to understanding both the work of Israel and the character of God,… Continue reading Gleanings from Joshua
People ask why it is important to read through genealogies. They are not simply fun information for nerdy people, but are important to trace families and record actual history. The genealogies are actually super important in the span of the books that they are found in, and actually serve as a means to move the… Continue reading Esau’s Genealogy
The book of Revelation is super confusing for a lot of people, and I can understand why. The apostle John uses layer upon layer of rich symbolism and so many subtle allusions to the Old Testament that it would take years of careful studying and reading to begin to even catch a few of the… Continue reading Revelation and Adam
This blog post will serve as a master post containing any OFFICIAL (that is, trailers, teasers, TV spots, or official tie-in material, panels, actor accounts or confirmations) information we have received about The Force Awakens (2015) so far. NOTHING unofficial will be reported here: this post will contain no rumors unless officially confirmed, so this… Continue reading What do we know about The Force Awakens?
A lot of people say that a Christian is called to be a priest, king, and prophet when they are joined to Christ. This post is merely speculative, based on the work of Peter Leithart and James Jordan, but I would like to find a basis to defend that idea (if it is worth defending)… Continue reading Christians as Prophets
I take a preterist view of biblical prophecy, which means I believe that most biblical prophecy was fulfilled in the Apostolic Age. I take most of Revelation, the Olivet Discourse, and Petrine epistles as referring to the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD rather than some far off, Left-Behind-esque notion. I do not mean to… Continue reading 2 Peter and Preterism