Moses Lead The Israelites Out Of Egypt (But He Didn’t Take Them Across The Red Sea)

When we read the Bible, there are certain things we take for granted to be so well documented and so well understood, we believe there's absolutely no way we could be in error of such a historic event as the exodus out of Egypt.  Yet, if we actually read the Bible, without bias or any … Continue reading Moses Lead The Israelites Out Of Egypt (But He Didn’t Take Them Across The Red Sea)

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How In The World Can A Person Fully Understand The Bible?

First, a quick thank you to all of the readers of my blog who have expressed their gratitude for the mind-bending explanations of scripture that I've begun to provide.  Believe me, I understand your bewilderment at reading such things for the first time.  Obviously, the posts you'll read here aren't the kind of thing you … Continue reading How In The World Can A Person Fully Understand The Bible?

Yahshua Was Crucified, But That’s Not What Killed Him. (Wait…What?)

It's true.  As I mentioned in a previous post, Yahshua had 100% control over the timing of his death, the day of his death and the method of his execution.  While it's absolutely true that he WAS crucified, HOW he died was the result of something else, and this explanation can be clearly discovered in … Continue reading Yahshua Was Crucified, But That’s Not What Killed Him. (Wait…What?)

What’s In A Name? (Part 3) Or, What Does This Have To Do With The 3rd Commandment?

In two earlier posts, labeled Parts 1 and 2 of this topic, I explained how and why the name Yahshua had to legally be changed shortly after his death, to Yeshu, then eventually to our modern day "Jesus", and for 2,000 years, millions of devout people have been unwittingly praying to the wrong name.  But, … Continue reading What’s In A Name? (Part 3) Or, What Does This Have To Do With The 3rd Commandment?

Who Exactly Was Judas Iscariot? (And Based On What He Did, Why Should We Care?)

One of the most hated persons of all time and one of the most infamous must certainly be Judas Iscariot, the Apostle who betrayed Yahshua, which resulted in His execution. We are all familiar with that story. But, are you aware that Judas wasn’t just an ordinary Apostle? In fact, of the 12, Judas was … Continue reading Who Exactly Was Judas Iscariot? (And Based On What He Did, Why Should We Care?)

Are we all just Dopes? Or, is the American population Doped?

I recently learned that over 130,000,000 Americans take some sort of mind-altering medicine each day to cope with living their lives. With a population of 322,000,000, that’s 2 out of every 5 people who take some sort of drugs, either legally or illegally. 130 MILLION people, dependent upon a chemical substance, just to live their … Continue reading Are we all just Dopes? Or, is the American population Doped?

What In The World Did Paul Mean When He Used The Expression “Anathema Maranatha” When Writing To The Corinthians?

To my friends from the Worldwide Church of God, students and alumni of Ambassador College or anyone else who has an interest to understand the mysteries of the Bible, you might be amazed at how Paul’s words, which were written around 53 A.D., can have such a significant meaning for us today. As Paul signed … Continue reading What In The World Did Paul Mean When He Used The Expression “Anathema Maranatha” When Writing To The Corinthians?

Is Prophecy Real? Or, Are Bible Stories Just “Good Literature”?

I had a long conversation recently with a dear friend whose religious beliefs have changed quite a bit from his youth. Once, a devout Bible believer, now he’s an atheist. He knows that I have very strong views on the accuracy of the Bible and the prophesies that are identified--most of which will happen in … Continue reading Is Prophecy Real? Or, Are Bible Stories Just “Good Literature”?

What Was The Significance Of Noah’s Rainbow?

Not only has this NOT been a question that has puzzled theologians for centuries, I dare say it’s a question that few have ever asked, as the answer seems self-evident. Moses writes that after Noah’s flood, the rainbow was placed in the sky as a promise from Yahweh that He’ll never destroy mankind again with … Continue reading What Was The Significance Of Noah’s Rainbow?