Monthly Archives: November 2021

The Preterist Bible is here!

Posted on November 11, 2012 by Riley • 23 Comments The Preterist Bible (now in its second edition) is finished and ready to order! When you begin to study the Bible from a Preteristic, Fulfilled or Realized eschatological view and examine the Bible in its original languages, … Continue reading

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Who Or What Are “all creation” In the Bible?

Originally Posted on November 27, 2012 by Riley • 8 Comments  How was the term “all creation” (Gk ktisis) used in biblical thought?  In other words, how was this term used by Ancient Near Eastern, Hebrew writers? Did it mean something different to them, then, than it … Continue reading

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Rethinking the Resurrection (part 5): We Shall Be Like Him

Originally Posted on December 10, 2012 by Riley • 2 Comments Here is a post about the concept “we shall be like Him” (1Jn 3:2), in regard to Jesus’ – and first century spiritual Israel’s/our – resurrection, which has been often and mistakenly used to support the … Continue reading

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Rethinking the Resurrection (part 6): Is The Resurrection Past?

Originally Posted on December 12, 2012 by Riley • 12 Comments Here is another good read by David Embury about the corporate body resurrection, below. He writes about a concept that, looking back, I can’t believe I didn’t notice in Scripture before, but it is right … Continue reading

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How Do We Foster Our Children’s Faith?

Originally Posted on April 23, 2013 by Riley • 0 Comments I recently read a good article by a mother on a blog called ModernAlternativeMama.com called “Finding My Way as a Christian Mom” .In the article, one of the things the author was wondering, is what activities … Continue reading

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The Contemporary Relevance of Augustine’s View of Creation

Originally Posted on June 12, 2013 by Riley • 2 Comments I thought this was a great article. The Contemporary Relevance of Augustine’s View of Creation Davis A. Young Dept. of Geology, Geography & Environmental Studies Calvin College Grand Rapids, Ml 49506 From:  Perspectives on … Continue reading

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Olivet Discourse Fulfilled – A Short Film

31 Responses to Olivet Discourse Fulfilled – A Short Film  Haviv Ben-Chaim says: January 25, 2014 at 12:10 am let you know that Olivet Discourse Movie Exp no work and waiting loading long thanks Haviv Reply  Haviv Ben-Chaim says: January 25, 2014 at … Continue reading

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Waging Peace: Live from Israel/Palestine

Originally Posted on March 6, 2014 by Riley • 1 Comment I’m in Israel/Palestine this week immersing into the heart-breaking realities of people suffering and people making and becoming free. Let’s dive right in. The hardest part for me to see the destroyed villages, knowing … Continue reading

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“Lengthening”, Lent in the Holy Land, pt 1

Originally posted on March 19, 2014 by Riley • 0 Comments The word “Lent” comes from a root word meaning “lengthening,” like the lengthening hours of sunlight which will bring the long, warm days of summer. Normally during Lent we think of giving something up … Continue reading

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What is a “Coming of God?”

Originally posted on April 17, 2015 by Riley • 12 original Comments   Part 1 of 4 There is much confusion in Christianity today surrounding the milieu of biblical eschatology. Specifically, there is widespread misunderstanding about the nature and timing of Jesus’ coming, arrival … Continue reading

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