Is Leviathan a Dinosaur?

 Leviathan. If the name is familiar, it is because leviathan is one of the most popular creatures in mythology and role-playing video games (the image above is from Final Fantasy XV). He (sorry, but I am assigning a gender here) is depicted as a massive sea creature – often a serpent. Leviathan is also the … Continue reading Is Leviathan a Dinosaur?

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Gods of the New Age

I have been working on a theory for a few years now, though I did not realize it at the time. It will hopefully shed some light on some of the more interesting and controversial topics of our day. I’m working on a much larger version of it, but I would like to gauge interest … Continue reading Gods of the New Age

Of Devils and Fallen Angels

Many Christians believe that the “devils” and “fallen angels” are the same beings. They all follow Satan and seem to have a desire to harass humans in a number of ways. However, is there any evidence that suggest that these creatures are the same? I have not found any. So, I thought it might be … Continue reading Of Devils and Fallen Angels

Why I Believe The Gap (Theory)

**(Updated 9/12/2019)** Image from "Dispensational Truth" by Clarence Larkin Many churches these days are working diligently to argue against the “gap theory” by declaring it “anti-Scriptural” or a “heresy.” Some are even putting anti-gap declarations into church constitutions and by-laws. As someone who believes the gap is true, I am put into an awkward place … Continue reading Why I Believe The Gap (Theory)

Miracles or A Series of (Un)Fortunate Events

Something miraculous happened to me in the last month. If you do not believe in God, you will see a series of interesting coincidences, but I would ask you to consider the chances of each of these occurring at all then compound the exponential chances of the entire series. Last May, I got into a … Continue reading Miracles or A Series of (Un)Fortunate Events

Sons of God: Angels or Sethites

Apparently this is quite the interesting argument in Christian circles. When reading Genesis 6, the KJV says in verses 2-4: “That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose. 3 And the Lord said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for … Continue reading Sons of God: Angels or Sethites

Rightly Dividing the Word: The Psalms Multiple-Timeline Effect

Psalms really is an incredible book. There are passages that move seamlessly between references to ancient Israel under the reign of David to the millennial reign of Christ, full of references to the second advent and Antichrist.   You can read the book literally as writings of David, his servants, and others that are talking … Continue reading Rightly Dividing the Word: The Psalms Multiple-Timeline Effect

Less “Reform”, More Revival

In the aftermath of last weekend’s Las Vegas massacre, Democrats came out almost immediately and called for new gun control regulations. Republicans came out and defended the Second Amendment, and back and forth we went. When a maniac in a Dodge Charger drove into a crowd in Charlottesville, we began fighting over what statues were … Continue reading Less “Reform”, More Revival

Notes on Joshua 1-4

Moses is dead, and it is up to Joshua to lead the Israelites into the Promised Land. God tells Joshua that “The book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth; but thou shalt meditate therein day and night, that thou mayest observe to do according to all that is written therein: for … Continue reading Notes on Joshua 1-4

Notes on Deuteronomy 30-34

God wants us to hear, learn, and fear the LORD (Deut. 31:12-13). This order is repeated twice. We are to hear and learn the Word of God, then we are to fear Him. I believe this is because the more we learn of God, the more we cannot help but fear him. Unfortunately, our modern … Continue reading Notes on Deuteronomy 30-34