Category Archives: Literary Theory

The Pool of Bethesda

The Pool of Bethesda “Beth hesda” is Hebrew for “House of mercy” Interestingly enough, Bethesda, Maryland is named after the old Bethesda Meeting House, which takes it’s name from the Pool of Bethesda story in the Bible. I used to … Continue reading

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The Ecclesiastical Text

The Ecclesiastical Text Now that I’m “Back to the Bible”, so to speak, I’m re-examining some of the textual criticism issues I studied over 20 years ago. I read Theodore Letis’ book “The Ecclesiastical Text” 20 years ago, and I … Continue reading

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The Humiliation of the Word – Jacques Ellul

  The Humiliation of the Word – Jacques Ellul “This, then, is our situation today: through the eruption of unlimited artificial images, we have reduced truth to the order of reality and banished the shy and fleeting expression of truth. … Continue reading

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The Deadly Error of “Christian” Zionism

“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” ~ Jesus (Matthew 5:9) Continue reading

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Gender-Neutral Restrooms + Pissed Off Trans* People = Cultural Degeneration

Much of the discussion surrounding gender on university and college campuses consists of subjective, abstract theory. Queer Theory, for example. But it’s when we get down to the nuts and bolts of everyday, real-world, practical application of these abstract gender theories that we see these theories begin to break down. And there’s nothing more practical, down-to-earth, and real-world than is our going to the bathroom in order to relieve ourselves… is there? Continue reading

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Sedevacantism

If “Pope” Francis is working for Satan, then he’s doing a really great job. Continue reading

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The Case for Antichrist

*Note: This post consists mostly of research notes. I’m in the process of revising my understanding of the individual nature of Antichrist, which can be found in my earlier article: “Antichrist Israel and the Error of Christian Zionism”, by following the link below. I’m also working on a book about the The End Times, which will be simple and biblically based. Continue reading

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