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Blame it on the Brain (Humor)

Patron: I’ll have a piece of the J. Vernon McGee Rapturous Raspberry Pie.

Blond Waitress: I don’t believe in the Rapture…I’m a Milli Vanillianist.

Are you Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (Humor)

Becky Martin, a 5th grade student at Scofield Christian School, responds with a laugh when asked if the Alexandrian hermeneutic with its emphasis on allegorical interpretation properly dealt with the eschatological challenges of the book of the Revelation…

Dispensational Thought for the Day #5 (part 4)

I subtitle this installment Additional Thoughts. There are a few other things worth mentioning about why people believe in the rapture even though it is not mentioned by name in the Bible. 394 more words

Dispensational Thought for the Day #3

Thanks for joining me again today. These posts have been quite popular. My visit counter is quite active. Please remember that the idea here is to openly discuss and clear up some misunderstandings and misrepresentations about Dispensationalism. 473 more words

The Date of Authorship for Acts

     The date of the writing of Acts falls between 59 and 63 AD. Liberals attack the authenticity of the book by dating it after the first century. 286 more words