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Jewish Particularity and Paul’s Mission to the Gentiles

Posted by on Jun 20, 2016 in Articles, Bill Scofield, Evangelism, Israel, Ministry | 0 comments

The chronicles of Paul’s missionary journeys are marked by numerous discernable patterns. His conviction that he had been called as an apostle to the ethnos (Ro. 1:5, Ro. 11:13, I Ti. 2:7) is…

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Exploring The New Testament’s View Of Psalm-110

Posted by on Feb 23, 2013 in Articles, Bill Scofield, Father, God, Jesus, Messiah, Redemption, Restoration, Son of God, The Kingdom, Worldview, Zion | 0 comments

One unspoken assumption about the Bible is that it can’t be understood by common folk. It either has to be interpreted by highly educated folks in some circles, or by very spiritual people in others. At it’s core, this assumption…

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Gog As Antichrist: A Historical Survey

Posted by on Nov 22, 2012 in Anti-Christ, Articles, Banner, Eschatology, Joel Richardson, Prophecy, Tribulation | 0 comments

The primary purpose of this article is to catalogue a partial list of historians, Bible scholars, commentators and teachers, both Jewish, Christian, and secular, whose interpretations of “Gog of Magog” of Ezekiel 38-39 support the view that Gog is one and the same with the Antichrist / Beast of the New Testament.

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The Beginning Of Birth Pangs & The Timing Of Matthew-24

Posted by on Nov 15, 2012 in Articles, Banner, Eschatology, Jacob's Trouble, Joel Richardson, Prophecy, Resurrection, Tribulation | 2 comments

Among the many controversial and highly debated portions of Scripture, Matthew 24, most often referred to as “The Olivet Discourse,” or alternately, “The Olivet Prophecy,” is certainly close to the top of the list. The debate primarily swirls around the timing of the fulfillment of the prophecy. What time period was Jesus referring to?

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Ezekiel-38 & 39: The Need For A Consistent Biblical Hermeneutic

Posted by on Nov 10, 2012 in Articles, Banner, Eschatology, Joel Richardson, Prophecy | 0 comments

The purpose of this paper is to discuss a common exegetical error made in the interpretation and identification of the peoples and places mentioned within various Biblical prophecies. While this error is common in the interpretation of many Biblical prophecies, it is most pronounced in the popular exegesis of Ezekiel 38-39.

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Rosh: Russia Or Chief?

Posted by on Oct 14, 2012 in Articles, Banner, Eschatology, Joel Richardson, Prophecy | 0 comments

For centuries, controversy and debate has swirled amongst Biblical scholars concerning how to properly translate and interpret the Hebrew word rosh as found in the Oracle of Gog of Magog, Ezekiel 38-39.

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A Critique Of The Preterist Interpretation Of Daniel-2 & 7

Posted by on Oct 6, 2012 in Articles, Banner, Day of the Lord, Eschatology, Jesus, Joel Richardson, Prophecy | 0 comments

Among Christian interpreters, there exists disagreement concerning the nature and timing of the stone striking the statue. Those who take the Futurist position understand this event to remain yet in the future.

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Gog Of Magog: Destroyed On The Mountains Of Israel?

Posted by on Sep 26, 2012 in Anti-Christ, Articles, Banner, Day of the Lord, Eschatology, Israel, Jesus, Joel Richardson, Prophecy | 0 comments

I have argued that the infamous “Gog” and his hordes of Ezekiel 38-39, are one and the same as the Antichrist / Beast figure of the New Testament and other Old Testament passages. Of course, many students and teachers of prophecy disagree with this view.

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Gog Of Magog And The Great Earthquake

Posted by on Sep 18, 2012 in Anti-Christ, Articles, Banner, Day of the Lord, Eschatology, Israel, Jesus, Joel Richardson, Prophecy | 0 comments

In several previous articles, I’ve set forth various reasons why we should recognize “Gog” of Ezekiel 38-39 to be one and the same with the Antichrist/Beast of other antichristic prophecies. In this article, I will detail yet another significant reason why Gog must be the Antichrist and why the Battle of Gog of Magog can only conclude at the return of Jesus.

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The Battle Of Gog Of Magog & The Return Of Jesus

Posted by on Sep 10, 2012 in Articles, Banner, Day of the Lord, Eschatology, Israel, Jesus, Joel Richardson, Prophecy | 0 comments

Although many popular interpreters have wrongly understood this passage to conclude several years before the return of Jesus, any honest assessment of the text simply does not allow for this. But among the many reasons to reject a pre-Day of the LORD conclusion of this prophecy, one of the simplest, is because it concludes with the LORD actually physically present in the land of Israel.

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