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Tag Archives: Premillennialism
Beliefs and Practices 1. God. They say, “We worship the one true and Almighty God, the Creator, whose name is Jehovah” (What Do Jehovah’s Witnesses Believe?, jw.org). They do not believe in the Trinity. “The true God is one Person, … Continue reading
Premillennialists believe that there will be two resurrection days, separated by 1,007 years. They typically teach: (1) The righteous dead will be raised and the righteous (both dead and living) will be raptured from the earth. (2) Tribulation will last … Continue reading
“And they gathered together to the place called in Hebrew, Armageddon” (Revelation 16:16). John saw an unholy alliance, an axis of evil gathered for war. This axis of evil consisted of three evil forces: (1) The dragon (16:13), which is … Continue reading
The book of Revelation is a book of symbols. Admittedly, some of these symbols are difficult to discern. However, there are certain points that seem clear. Let’s consider… The Two Witnesses (Revelation 11) The reference to two witnesses, no doubt, … Continue reading
Bethlehem “But you, Bethlehem Ephrathah, Though you are little among the thousands of Judah, Yet out of you shall come forth to Me the one to be ruler in Israel, whose goings forth are from of old, from everlasting” (Micah … Continue reading
Religious history is filled with date-setters. William Miller, a member of what later became the Seventh Day Adventist, was one such. In 1843 he set a date for the Lord’s return. The predicted year of His return was to be … Continue reading