The New Testament quotes from Psalm 110 more than from any other Old Testament passage. This apostolic emphasis deserves more attention than it has so far received. In the New Testament references to this passage we find the determinant keys to Eschatology, or the doctrine of the future. The resulting ideas we glean from how Peter, Paul, and others apply Psalm 110 overturn much of the popular understanding of prophecy and “end times” teaching. A more consistent understanding will help modern Christians see through popular doom and gloom, through maniacal apocalyptic hysteria, and instead apprehend an optimism and goal-oriented Christian life many have not even yet considered.
WND reports that “over the weekend, Palestinians in Gaza fired hundreds of rockets into Israel, and Israel responded with strategic attacks on terrorist camps. It’s happened before and likely will again. But a prominent rabbi warns that one of these times, it’s not going to end easily, because it will be the End Times war of […]
We previously addressed an article on GotQuestions.org called, “What is dominion theology / theonomy / Christian reconstructionism?” in which the authors had described us as “clearly unbiblical” and “a great threat to biblical Christianity.” I am happy to report that some positive changes have occurred because if that article. (Thank you to those readers who […]
A couple weeks ago Gary and I both spoke at a local eschatology conference hosted by our friends at The Porch, a home church and educational outreach. The audio and more is now available below. The conference was held on the grounds of the beautiful Marietta Hilton. Gary afterward added some supplementary audio to complete […]
Jesus v. Jerusalem: A Commentary on Luke 9:51–20:26 12. The Time of Visitation (Luke 19:45–46) Most Christians remember Jesus’ cleansing of the temple as that one instance in which He was visibly angry, but it was OK because He was righteously angry at the people using His religion in order to make a profit. These same […]