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The Old Testament Law series (post #3) Any Jew today who desires to keep the Old Testament law faces an unscalable mountain of a problem. The problem is, the law required five types of sacrificial offerings that were to be … Continue reading
The worldwide consensus opinion is that Jesus was crucified on Friday. Because of this the Friday before Easter has come to be known as Good Friday. There are, however, some minority opinions on the subject. With this post I’ll explore … Continue reading
The story of Joseph has been told again and again. As you might know, when Joseph’s older brothers sold him into slavery, a series of events was initiated by which God, over the course of 13 years, caused Joseph to … Continue reading
Bible Prophecy In Chronology series (post #5) One of the most disputed questions about Bible prophecy is: Will Christians (the church) go through the tribulation period? Another way to word the question is: When will the Rapture take place in … Continue reading