What the Heck is Satan?
Satan who or what is it and why all the confusion?
Satan is most of the time used as a noun instead of a verb. Nevertheless, if we went back to the original language, we then will understand where all the confusion came from. Continue reading
Eden – figurative or literal in Ezekiel 28 & 31
Eden – Ezekiel 28 & 31 – Q & As BBC Feb 01, 2015
Eden – figurative or literal is the next issue that David B. Curtis, of Berean Bible Church, has been speaking on, this February 1st, 2015, on his part 2 message of Spiritual Warfare.
Ezekiel 28:13 –Thou hast been in Eden the garden of God; every precious stone was thy covering, the sardius, topaz, and the diamond, the beryl, the onyx, and the jasper, the sapphire, the emerald, and the carbuncle, and gold: the workmanship of thy tabrets and of thy pipes was prepared in thee in the day that thou wast created.
Sons of God – angelic beings or human beings?
Sons of God – Genesis 6:2 – Q & As BBC Jan 25, 2015
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Sons of God – Are they Angelic Beings or Human Beings
David Curtis, of Berean Bible Church located in Virginia, is teaching the Scriptures, verse by verse, in the book of Ephesians at this time and is in chapter 6 speaking of spiritual warfare. Continue reading
The Lord’s Supper within
a Preterist’s mindset
Within the Preterist view, either full or partial, if you see the coming of the Lord as purely the 70 ad judgement, does that mean you do not partake in communion?
1 Corinthians 11:26 ” For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death until he comes.” Continue reading
It has been argued recently by some ultra-hyper-cessationist preterists that Christ’s ministry as priest for sinners ended in AD 70.
The Bible, of course, says otherwise:
As God’s everlasting High Priest, Jesus saves and makes intercession for those who come to God through Him. He gives help, mercy, comfort, and grace to believers in their times of need, suffering, temptation, and failure (Heb. 2:18; 4:15-16; 7:25; 1 Jn. 2:1). Continue reading
Of course, as a Christian, I cannot help but dedicate this book to the glory and honor of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, the immutable, omnipotent God. However, I must emphasize those to whom I direct this book: certainly all those who sincerely desire truth in the inward parts (Psalm 51:6); primarily, though, I direct this book to pastors and teachers of the word of God; for it is these men who are to be delivering the sword of the Spirit to the people of God.
It is my prayer that this book would remind pastors throughout the world of their call to preach the truth. Preaching the truth first begins with a severe scrutiny of the heart pertaining to motives. As pastors we must be honest. If we are to be honest preachers we must be honest with the word of God. Continue reading
“One of the clearest and most convincing presentations of the Biblical case for the preterist view of Scripture” – Walt Hibbard Founder, Great Christian Books
Jesus told the disciples, “Verily I say unto you, there be some standing here, which shall not taste of death, till they see the Son of man coming in his kingdom.” The writer of Hebrews exclaimed, Continue reading
Preterist Framework in a Nutshell
Beginning with Genesis and ending in Revelation, the Preterist framework can be readily seen.
In the opening book of the Bible the creator God begins his task of making a heavens and an earth. He sets it in the order he desires and creates it to replenish itself by the power of “him who holds all of creation together” ( Co 1.16,17). The Father, the Logos (Son), and the Spirit are each in mutual cooperation as one God in this creative endeavor. God, on the sixth day, creates man and woman (Adam means “man” and Eve is chavah which means “living” – see 3.20) in His image. God formed the dirt into a statue of sorts and then breathed life into it. The clay became animated as the breath entered, and this spirit became a living person with an earthy body to help him move around in the Garden. Continue reading