Perhaps you’ve noticed in your own Bibles when reading either Old Testament or New Testament accounts, that whenever leprosy is mentioned, there’s inevitably a footnote. Regardless of the context, the footnote reads something like: Leprosy was a term for several skin diseases. Now that’s all well and good, but for the most part – in context – does this make sense?
Posts Categorized: Miracles
There is a somewhat popular, so-called doctrine in the world of Christendom called Open Theism that we’re looking at today. Its heritage is that it’s descended from a previously popular belief system known as Moral Government Theology, or MGT. As MGT became more widely known and discussed, it became clear that it was heretical, or as one theologian critically stated, it “must be classified not as a form of Christianity but as heathenism masquerading as Christianity.” That’s a serious indictment and well-earned, as we’ll see shortly. However, since MGT effectively gave birth to Open Theism, and this doctrine is prominent today in NAR circles, we need to investigate both of these theological ideologies to better understand what is being taught in some areas of Christianity.
As the visions of Revelation continue, John is shown amazing signs of that which was and is to come.
The greatest pagan king in the history of the world became a believer in the Most High God after He taught him many lessons of who He is and humbled this man in an amazing way.
Because of my watchman mentality and focus, I’ve been seeing for a while that things were getting darker in the world and America in particular.
To anyone who believes that God is finished with Israel, I say that you need to read your Bible through a different lens.