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The Door to Forever

New Book available on Amazon.com FROM THE INTRODUCTION … When contemplating their own mortality, most people neglect to factor in the Bible’s teachings about life and death. Consequently, they go through their daily life unaware of the two disparate realities that together define their existence: one temporal, the other eternal.…

The New Covenant of Jeremiah

The prophet Jeremiah revealed that God would one day restore the Children of Israel from Exile in Babylon to Eretz Yisrael and would eventually establish a New Covenant to replace the covenant mediated by Moses at Mount Sinai. Jeremiah wrote, “Behold, the days come, says the LORD, that I will…

Oppose Anti-Semitism

During WWII, the Nazis required all Jews to wear a Yellow Star of David on their chest. It was intended as a badge of shame. Today, the shame is with the people who are criticizing Israel’s defense of its people from further harm by Hamas. Astoundingly, many Americans and even…

Statement on the Gaza War

Several people have asked if the Gaza War currently underway was predicted in the Bible. Other than the generalized statement spoken by Jesus saying that there would be wars and rumors of wars (Matthew 24:6-13), no it wasn’t. The Bible’s time-specific prophecy doesn’t work that way. Its purpose is to…

Science vs. Religion?

A reader who previewed my Bible chronology book emailed me about my views on the Young Earth vs. Old Earth controversy. In his words, he wanted to know if I believe, as he framed the question, “the Bible’s version of creation or science’s version of creation.” On this topic, I…

Replacement Theology

Replacement Theology (aka Supersessionism) is a Christian theology that is defined by the conviction that the Christian church (i.e., the congregation of believers, both Jews and non-Jews past and present, that place their faith in the blood of Jesus as the only blood atonement acceptable to God) has superseded the…

Letter to Jews in Rome

adapted from the Book of Romans, chapter 4 (Hebrew Names Version) What then will we say that Avraham, our forefather, has found according to the flesh? For if Avraham was justified by works, he has something to boast about, but not toward God. For what does the Scripture say? “Avraham…