Isaiah 53 in Ancient Judaism

Isaiah 53 is a profound prophecy which has been given a messianic interpretation for centuries. The messianic interpretation I’m referring to is that of ancient Jewish authors. To understand how ancient...

Loving the Lord and “Hating” your loved ones?

In Luke 9:57-62, the we find a difficult saying of Jesus Christ. “And it came to pass, that, as they went in the way, a certain man said unto him, Lord,...

The “little gods” Word of Faith Heresy

Kenneth Copeland declared this heresy in a prophetic utterance allegedly from Jesus, “Don’t be disturbed when people accuse you of thinking you are God…. They crucified Me for claiming that I...

Walketh not: Commentary on Psalm 1:1

walketh             The word “walketh”  הָלַךְ֮ is a verb defined as “go, come, walk,”((Francis Brown, S.R. Driver, C.A. Briggs, Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament, (Claredon Press: Oxford, 1980,...

Are Textual Critics damned to Hell?

Recently the question was proposed, “does Revelation 22:18-19 means that one who tampers with the words of the Bible cannot get saved?” Revelation 22:18-19 states: “For I testify unto every man...

The Rapture in Enochian Tradition

Enoch is a unique character in the Bible who peeks our interested more than others simply because the mysteries revolving around him due to the silence and undeveloped explanation in the...

Crept In Unawares: Mysticism (Book Release)

Crept In Unawares: Mysticism by Heath Henning is now available for purchase here. From the back cover: Jude warned, “For there are certain men crept in unawares,” which implies the apostasy is not an...

Blessed is the man who: Commentary on Psalm 1:1

Psalm 1:1. “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.” Blessed The Hebrew...

Answering Bible Contradiction: Calling Disciples and Temple Cleansing

Often times critics charge the Bible with contradictions because they expect to find them instead of attempting to see how various accounts could be reconciled. One cause of these alleged contradictions...

Can Creation Scientists Make Successful Predictions?

As we consider some of the arguments made by Bill Nye during the debate (not specifically in chronological order of his presentation), we see frequent statements that lack logic and science,...
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