THE GREAT CITY BABYLON. WHY IS IT DIVIDED INTO THREE PARTS?
So he carried me away in the spirit into the wilderness: and I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet colored beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns. (Revelation 17:3)
And the great city was divided into three parts, and the cities of the nations fell: and great Babylon came in remembrance before God, to give unto her the cup of the wine of the fierceness of his wrath. (Revelation 16:19)
This past Monday night, I was the guest of Chad Schafer of Disputed Lands for Part 3 of “drill down” sessions on Rebooting the Bible. We take it deliberately throughout his Internet show to cover why and how the Bible (i.e., the Masoretic Text) was changed about 100-110 AD by Rabbi Akiba to obscure the case for Jesus of Nazareth as the Christ.
If you want a peek at the timeline and how the Septuagint corrects the chronology, grab a cup of coffee and listen in.
There have been so many events the past 2-3 years in geopolitics. But the major players remain the major players. The Middle East continues to burn hot. And the threat of greater, large-scale conflicts continues to mount.
I haven’t written much in the past year or so about the threat of a Russian nuclear attack on the United States. But my view hasn’t changed since I wrote, The Next Great War in the Middle East in 2016. Donald Trump hasn’t altered the nature of the US. It is still the evil empire dominating third world countries, economics, and stimulating military … Read More
Yesterday, I participated in a debate with Brian Godawa on Parker J. Cole’s program, “Parker’s Comparables.” The show’s theme was to address the Harlot of Babylon, Revelation 17. But we spent a good deal of time on the matter of the audience of the book. Was it targeted just to those living in the first century? Or was it prophetically addressed to those at the end of the age? You might not be familiar with the Preterist viewpoint that sees all of John’s Apocalypse focused on the first century only. The debate spans about 100 minutes.
Are you curious about what our life might be life after we die? Do you believe we will have eternal life in the presence of God and the ones we love? Why do we want to live forever? Gary Huffman and I address these issues and many more in the book, THE REVEALING.
About ten days ago, Gary and I had the privilege to be with Tony on his show, A Minute to Midnight. We had a very energetic and informative discussion. I invite you to listen to the one hour interview. Our discussion got into some engaging discussion … Read More
Bible Prophecy, Geopolitical Analysis, Theological History