Was Brexit Prophesied In The Bible?
With the recent withdrawal of Britain from the European Union, many Bible Prophecy ministries have been having a field-day twisting Scriptures to make the Bible apparently predicting this event. Here’s a brief examination of some of these claims and why they are grossly mistaken. [read]
Atheists Now Claim That Bible Prophecy Has Failed
Atheists now claim that bible prophecy has failedMany of the “new” atheists are now making a lot of noise about Bible Prophecy. Theologically liberal scholars have long fuelled the atheists’ assertions that Bible Prophecy is really just fabricated history made to sound like predictive prophecies. But now they’ve gone a step further! In fact, for some of them, they’ve made these new claims about “failed” Bible prophecies central to their arguments for atheism… [read]
Is The Bible Tomorrow's Newspaper?
The Bible is uniquely prophetic. No other religious or holy book makes predictions of the future like the Bible does. This phenomenon has led some Bible teachers to over-emphasise the Bible’s ability to predict the future. The rise in claims of the Bible’s prophetic detail coincided with its increased availability.
The Bible does not predict-
- A one-world government in “the last days”
- A dictator (identified as “Antichrist”, note: the expression does not even occur in the Book of Revelation) who will rule the entire world
- A rebuilt end-times Temple in Jerusalem
- The restoration of Israel’s Biblical boundaries [READ]
What The Roman Catholic Church Teaches Compared With The Bible
Any discussion about religious wars, clergy violations, or child abuse, and it won’t be long before the The Roman Catholic Church unfortuntely features. But I want to have a different discussion. And unlike most of the ‘discussions’ of this nature, I’m not on a mission to attack, ridicule, or mock anyone. Rather, I want to look at what the Roman Catholic Church officially teaches and asserts and compare it with the Bible’s teaching… [Read this article]
The Myth of Prohibition
Most people have been conditioned into thinking that the American “experiment” with Prohibition of alcohol in the 1920s is the only historic example of Prohibition. Secondly, most people have been conditioned to regard that “experiment” as a complete failure. Thirdly, most people have been told that the reason it was a failure was because it failed to stop certain kinds of behaviour. Both of these conditioned reactions to Prohibition deserve to be challenged.
The American Prohibition of Alcohol, 1920-1933, was introduced for much broader reasons than merely curbing its consumption… [read]