Whether we look back at many historical events or we consider ones that happen today, there is something that is off about the explanation surrounding them. Isn’t it common sense that if a tragedy happens, we can come to a straightforward understanding that satisfies most people? Wouldn’t you think that Occam’s Razor should apply?
Posts Tagged: Days of Noah
To the best of my recollection, I read Out of the Silent Planet by C.S. Lewis many years ago, well before I was saved. However, if in fact I did read it then, it was totally new to me this time around as I partook of it as an Audiobook. While listening, I worked at making sense of the world that Lewis painted, and finally at the end came to an understanding. I don’t know if the conclusions I came to originated where Lewis was coming from, but I did find an interesting correlation.
In reading Diana West’s book American Betrayal, I couldn’t help but be struck with a disheartening thought. What Diana chronicles is the decades-long, essentially the 100-year effort of Communism, to undermine American sovereignty.
Many of us in the pre-Tribulation Rapture community are convinced that 2023 is THE year. This is it! Before the year ends, we’re out of here! I hope to God that’s the case. I’m really and truly tired and fed up with this world. For God to Rapture His true church and remove us from this evil and alien place right now would suit me just fine.
In recent posts I’ve discussed several issues related to the belief of those who hold to a post-Tribulation Rapture position. In thinking more about this, I decided to examine the two Scriptures that a post-Trib believer thinks support his view.
“How shall I harm thee? Let me count the ways.” Apologies to Elizabeth Barrett Browning for changing the words of her classic ode so dramatically.
The reality is that this is the sonnet sung by the evil Left on a daily basis.