This study of the creation of dry land, plants, seed-bearing grasses, and fruit-bearing trees—and the biblical theology built upon them—takes us through Noah with his vineyard, Christ the vine and we his branches, the wedding at Cana, to the Trees of Life and Healing of the Nations in this New Covenant, and much more. . […]
Is the work of God in the New Covenant really leading up to the climax of a literal new outer space with new stars and a new globe with no ocean on it? It’s time to rethink all of this, folks. . . . The phrase “heaven and earth” is used throughout Scripture. God especially […]
I have been asked by a full preterist (FP) to discuss the relationship between the “earth and heaven” that flee in Revelation 20:11 and the “heaven and earth” that “pass away” in Revelation 21:1. Do these two “heavens and earths” have the same identity? Are these two passages referring to the same event? The question […]
One of the most misunderstood and misapplied themes in all of Scripture is that of “new heavens and new earth.” Peter wrote “we are waiting” (v. 13) for this reality, and many Christians think this is the case still for today. In the studies which follow, I am going to tell you why this is almost entirely incorrect.