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When I Die – I Want to Time Travel and Come Back to Earth

Will you go to heaven when you die? If you have ever seen a dead person, I mean cold dead, you know that the person you knew is not there anymore. All that is left is a cold dead body that was formed out of the earth when it was alive. That person is gone. So we put the body back in the ground from whence it came. The hope of the world is that that person will now be in heaven – people go to church and follow the rules specifically for that purpose – or not! Heaven is an ethereal place where you float amidst the clouds with Jesus, the angels, and all of your loved ones who have preceded you, and of course have been watching you all these years. Continue reading When I Die – I Want to Time Travel and Come Back to Earth

Dating the End of the 69th Week – May Invalidate your Interpretation


Dan 9:25  Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the Prince shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks:

The dating of “unto the Messiah the Prince shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks” is essential in determining the interpretation of the 70 weeks prophecy. Continue reading Dating the End of the 69th Week – May Invalidate your Interpretation

Dating the Revelation – May Invalidate your Interpretation

The dating of John’s Apocalypse can make or break one’s method of interpretation. There are two classes of evidence to consider upon the determination of this question:

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Christian History 010 Protestants before Protestantism

Berengarius — The First Opponent of Transubstantiation — Numerous Councils Condemn him — His Recantation — The Martyrs of Orleans — Their Confession — Their Condemnation and Martyrdom — Peter de Bruys and the Petrobrusians — Henri — Effects of his Eloquence — St. Bernard sent to Oppose him — Henri Apprehended — His Fate Unknown — Arnold of Brescia — Birth and Education — His Picture of his Times — His Scheme of Reform — Inveighs against the Wealth of the Hierarchy — His Popularity — Condemned by Innocent II and Banished from Italy — Returns on the Pope’s Death — Labors Ten Years in Rome — Demands the Separation of the Temporal and Spiritual Authority — Adrian IV. — He Suppresses the Movement — Arnold is Burned.