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Bible Prophecy In Chronology series (post #18) In Revelation 14:8, we read about an angel who makes a predictive pronouncement in the opening days of the last half of the tribulation period. The angel cries out, “Babylon is fallen, is … Continue reading
Well, over my previous two posts I’ve laid the groundwork for this last one in the series. And so now, without further delay, let me relate the subject matter from those two posts to the holiday that we call Easter. … Continue reading
In my previous post, I began a short series on the origins of the Easter Holiday. That post explained the historical significance of the names “Semiramis” (the queen of heaven) and “Tammuz” as well as the idolatrous religion that was … Continue reading