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Rapture Failure

by Bryant Evans on May 22, 2011

Hello? Is anyone here? Well, if you are reading this it must mean that you either missed the “rapture” or Harold Camping was dead wrong again with his date setting hysteria. Camping is the 89 year old radio preacher from California who says the rapture was to come yesterday and the actual end of time […]

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Apocalyptic Literature

by Bryant Evans on December 1, 2010

The Bible can be understood. God would never tease mankind by giving him a message only to make it incomprehensible. We can know the truth (John 8:32). But some sections of Scripture are more challenging than others. For example, “the abomination of desolation” from Mark 13:14 can be studied and comprehended but against “Thou shalt […]

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The Rapture Package

by Bryant Evans on November 30, 2010

There is much talk about the “Rapture” and the events associated with the return of Jesus in judgment. People like to talk about the “signs of the times” and speculate that the return of Jesus must be very soon because of unfolding world events. At the moment of this writing tensions are high on the […]

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Is There A Middle Ground Between Heaven and Hell?

by Bryant Evans on July 4, 2010

This is a question  that pops up in some form from time to time. The questioner wants to know what will happen to people who have  never  heard of God, Jesus Christ, the Bible and salvation. I am going to try and offer a reasonable answer to the question. Let me say in the opening […]

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Does 1,000 Years Equal One Day?

by Bryant Evans on December 29, 2009

From time to time we hear people suggest that a 1,000 years is the same with God as 1 day. Is that really true? “But do not overlook this one fact, beloved, that with the Lord one day is as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.” (2 Peter 3:8) So yes, […]

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