Although many believers today who ascribe to Replacement Theology want to pretend that the church should essentially be the entity referred to in the Old Testament whenever Israel is mentioned, perhaps they shouldn’t be so eager to make that substitution.
Posts Tagged: Catholicism
For today’s Part 3 we’ll endeavor to bring this study to a close as this book we’re examining on Catholic beliefs about Revelation deals with God’s Judgments in the Tribulation.
I must be a masochist. Not content to call out erroneous post-Trib Rapture and NAR doctrines, US government conspiracies, and the medical profession for their devilish, homicidal participation in the depopulation agenda which I call Hospicide, I also have to take on the Vatican. Is it something simple like their faith by works beliefs or the false un-Scriptural notion of purgatory? Oh no – I have to investigate their thinking about Genesis and Revelation – the two cornerstone books in the Bible.
The Middle East remains a cauldron of prophetic activity as we head into the last months of this year. Israel is literally God’s prophetic clock that provides us with the milestones for determining when Christ will return. If we want to know how close we are to doomsday midnight for the end of the world, we keep our eyes on Israel.
After a discussion with a friend of mine concerning where people go when they die, I realized there is some confusion among believers about what the Bible teaches in this regard. What I hope to do here is provide a simple explanation for my friend and others who aren’t quite sure about this important topic.
In recent weeks we examined the End-Times Cult of Catholicism in our Awaken Bible Prophecy Update. Unfortunately, non-Catholic Christianity doesn’t get a pass when we look at it in relation to end-times prophecy.