Around the web — 5/31/2012

Another rapture prediction! -- Hal Lindsey was wrong (The Late Great Planet Earth). Edgar Whisenant was wrong (88 Reasons Why the Rapture Will Be in 1988), Harold Camping was wrong (his well-publicized prediction of the rapture in 2011). Don't worry, however, because the Bible tells us that the rapture will really be in 2014 or 2015. …

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Earthquakes and the year of Jesus’ crucifixion — still an unsolved issue

When Jesus died on the cross, according to Matthew 27, an earthquake shook the ground: "And when Jesus had cried out again in a loud voice, he gave up his spirit. At that moment the curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom. The earth shook and the rocks split." (NIV …

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Around the Web — 5/19/2012

Mitt Romney's Environmental Platform -- Ummm, Mitt Romney doesn't seem to have an environmental platform. The menu at mittromney.com doesn't have "Environment" as an option. There isn't anything substantial about the environment that I could find on the site. I am a conservative, and will vote for Romney in November. But why can't we have …

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Around the web 5/12/2012

YEC and Dispensationalism -- The discussion on my 1000th post has been interesting: the relationship between young-Earth creationism and dispensationalism. Dispensationalism is the theological system that divides salvation history into "dispensations" or periods of time in which God relates to humans in distinct ways. Usually, the last dispensation---that is, the End Times---is just around the …

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