Joe’s Reading Log

August 20, 2007

Townhall.com::How to Read the New Testament::By Mike S. Adams

Filed under: Biblical — Joe Martin @ 2:43 pm

Townhall.com::How to Read the New Testament::By Mike S. Adams

If Christians would simply study the New Testament themselves – instead of relying upon 21st Century “prophets” writing fictional books for 21st Century profits – they would arrive at a few very simple conclusions:

  1. The Revelation to John was written around 65 AD, not 95 AD.
  2. The anti-Christ was Nero, not some world figure yet to emerge in the 21st Century.
  3. The tribulation occurred in the First Century around the time of the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem in 70 AD.
  4. The “rapture” never happened and it never will.
  5. The words of Jesus in Matthew 24 plainly reveal that most of the discourse in The Revelation to John is based on events in the First Century.
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August 17, 2007

Med student struggles to preserve her idealism – CNN.com

Filed under: Economics, Healthcare — Joe Martin @ 4:05 pm

Med student struggles to preserve her idealism – CNN.com

There are so many things wrong with this, I don’t know where to start.

August 14, 2007

Logging Camp Breakfast

Filed under: Whatever — Joe Martin @ 10:17 am

We’ll be in the Wisconsin Dells in about a month and half. I think we’ll have to try Paul Bunyan’s Logging Camp Breakfast while we’re there. Sounds yummy.

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