Paul and the UNKNOWN God story shows that God is one Person

Most Christians remember the story about Paul’s UNKNOWN “God” portion of scripture in Acts. It helps understand the nature of God and is He made up of 2 or 3 persons as Paul makes certain aspects very clear. As you read the below portion of Scripture in which covers the UNKNOWN God story, please notice … Continue reading Paul and the UNKNOWN God story shows that God is one Person

Preterism Proof Text Hebrews 12:28

Copyright © Tim Warner 2003 Introduction Preterists use Hebrews 12:28 to prove that the Kingdom was currently being received by believers in the first century, and did not await a future establishment on earth. "Wherefore we receiving a kingdom which cannot be moved, let us have grace, whereby we may serve God acceptably with reverence … Continue reading Preterism Proof Text Hebrews 12:28

Paul & the Mystery

Copyright © Tim Warner “Paul himself also — after that the Lord spoke to him out of heaven, and showed him that, in persecuting His disciples, he persecuted his own Lord, and sent Ananias to him that he might recover his sight, and be baptized —  ‘preached,’ it is said, ‘Jesus in the synagogues at … Continue reading Paul & the Mystery

Which Commandments do We Keep?

Copyright © Tim Warner The "commandments of God" in Scripture have been a source of much confusion among Christians. Some claim that only Paul's teaching applies to us directly. Some claim that all "New Testament" commandments are for us. Others say some Old Testament commandments apply also. Others say all of the commands in Scripture … Continue reading Which Commandments do We Keep?

Rest from Persecution AFTER the Tribulation 2 Thessalonians

Second Thessalonians was written soon after the first Epistle to correct further questions and misconceptions about the coming of Christ. In his previous Epistle, Paul tied the resurrection to the rapture, thereby comforting them concerning those who had died. In the 1 Thessalonians 5 he encouraged them to be expecting the coming of Christ. The … Continue reading Rest from Persecution AFTER the Tribulation 2 Thessalonians

Paul Caught Up to the Third Heaven

The below passage is well known and has been interpreted in a number of ways. Have you ever thought that it relates to Paul’s conversion on the road to Damascus? The timeline fits and Paul refers to his conversion experience a number of times for example in Galatians 1:13-17. 2 Corinthians 12:1-4  It is doubtless … Continue reading Paul Caught Up to the Third Heaven

The Antichrist Comes First – Contrary To Pre-Tribulation Theology

In 2 Thessalonians 2, Paul directly addressed the problem that precipitated his Epistle. Some believers had been told their relief from persecution was imminent, and that Jesus was about to return momentarily. This error was dealt with decisively by Paul.   2 Thessalonians 2:1-4  Now we beseech you, brethren, by the coming of our Lord … Continue reading The Antichrist Comes First – Contrary To Pre-Tribulation Theology

Saint or Sinner – What is Our Christian Identity?

Throughout the letters of the New Testament, Christians are called lots of things. They are the “elect” (1 Peter 1:1), “faithful brothers” (Colossians 1:2), “beloved” (1 John 2:7), “children of God” (1 John 3:2), a “holy nation” (1 Peter 2:9), and most of all they are called “saints.” Conspicuously absent from this list is the … Continue reading Saint or Sinner – What is Our Christian Identity?

Why Did the Apostles Keep Jewish Traditions and Laws?

Question:- Why did the Apostles and other Christian Jews keep the Jewish festivals, the Sabbath and other laws related to obligations like eating kosher food.  It seems like a double standard and has caused many problems and that is why for example the Hebraic Roots Movement has been so strong and outspoken around the world. … Continue reading Why Did the Apostles Keep Jewish Traditions and Laws?