This is part of a series on Ezekiel's Temple. I'd recommend first reading Spiritualizers, Revisionists, and Ezekiel’s Temple. Or not. … [Read More...] about The Timing of Ezekiel’s Temple
After much hard work, we are happy to announce that our new website, www.EtLibros.com is available to the public. Thank you so much for your prayerful support as we've been translating, coding and designing the various pieces of this exciting … [Read More...] about Ministry Update: Et Libros has launched!
The Calvinist doctrine of Limited Atonement was born several years after John Calvin died… and it has been in need of a proof text ever since. It teaches that Christ only died for a relatively few elect individuals who, according to the fifth point … [Read More...] about Some quick thoughts on Limited Atonement
A dad joke from Paul:
Did you hear about the blind man who walked into a hardware store, picked up a hammer and saw?
- Tsar Ivan the Not-So-Much-More-Terrible-Than-The-Rest-Of-UsTsar Ivan the Terrible was known for his paranoia and terrible fits of rage. Anyone who angered Ivan the Terrible to the slightest degree faced instant execution. He was constantly throwing violent tantrums, and during one outburst, Ivan even beat his own son and heir to death. Standing up to the tsar in those times […]
- Hocus Pocus Today‘Tis the season for spooky Halloween movies! My favorite Halloween movie is Hocus Pocus, which features three witches from the infamous Salem Witchcraft Trials who come back to modern day Salem… ok, so maybe 1993 isn’t so modern anymore, but you get the point. The theology is terrible, but it’s a cute Disney movie about witches.
- Fireworks, Corruption, and RalliesIt has been a crazy week. Monday started with Independence Day celebrations and America celebrated freedom, fireworks, and fun (and etymology!). On Tuesday, the tone switched to angry Americans crying out for justice against Hillary. Then on Thursday, the frustration shifted toward the police after some violence in Louisiana and Minnesota… then overnight the country […]