Category Archives: Anatomy of the Judgment

Understanding “The Testimony of Jesus” of Revelation 20:4

One of the most important verses regarding the events of the “end times” is this one below.  Much hinges on how it is interpreted.  In this present post, I intend to correct a very common misinterpretation of it.  Note the … Continue reading

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The Judgment of the Gods

Yes, there were other gods, and yes, they were real beings.  This should be widely known, but it has become the work of a great many pulpits to obscure this fact.  Along with it is obscured the fact that the … Continue reading

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2 Peter 3–Figurative or Literal?

A great deal of people’s misconceptions about what was supposed to happen at Jesus’ second coming hinge upon a misinterpretation of 2 Peter 3.  As we shall see below, some of this comes undoubtedly from the interpretations of the translators, some from … Continue reading

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Book of Life

What follows is a list of every passage I can find in the Bible that might be related to the “Book of Life” or to similar books.  I have also included similar mentions from extra-biblical works.  This has general relevance … Continue reading

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Refuting Calvin: A Judgment Based on Works

Popular “Calvinist” doctrine takes a stance that Christians were taught by Jesus, the apostles, and prophets that “salvation” (by which they seem to mean “going to heaven”) was to be based, not on behavior/deeds/works, but upon one or more of … Continue reading

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