I’d just like to follow up on a posting of 5/17 re: “End Times Timing”. Do you really think (those countries) are really in the final stages for THE Ezekiel’s battle?
In a question about tribulation babies, you mention human functions would continue through the tribulation for believers who are not perfected as well as non-believers. I thought all believers were perfected and would not be here through the tribulation? Please explain.
According to your article on Ez 38,39, you believe that the Church will be taken away to heaven before the battle. If that is the case the preparation for the battle would have to take place almost immediately after the rapture; since the church will spend 7 years in heaven before we come back with the Lord.
I have a question about Elisha in 2 Kings 2. Why did he pronounce a curse on children for mocking him about a physical characteristic, and then why did God honor it? What would be a lesson we today could learn from the story?
A quantum mathematician in Japan has said that his math is telling him that there is 9 dimensions and the 9th dimension runs everything. This sounds to me a lot like parallel universes. What do you think about parallel universes and what is God doing with all of this?
In 1Thessalonians 4 when we read of the ‘rapture’ it states that the dead in Christ shall rise first. Why do you suppose this is?
Many scholars teach that the Olivet Discourse was written for the Church, but you say the focus is on Israel. If you’re right why does the Olivet Discourse even appear in Mark and Luke when these two Gospels are mainly Gentile in their focus? Please explain.
If I understand correctly, the millennium on earth will be populated by humans who were born during the tribulation or saved after the rapture. Why would God want us (believers) to be separated from our loved ones at the millennium?
I’m hearing a lot these days from the pre-wrath rapture camp that the Tribulation period is only 3.5 years instead of being 7 years long. They say that the Bible does not support a 7 year tribulation, but instead a 3.5 year tribulation. Could you please address this issue?
Recently, I read that God’s “throne room” scene referenced in Revelation 5 is depicted in Daniel 7: 7-11. I looked it up and saw that the “little horn” is mentioned in verse 8, but the throne room scene begins in verse 9. Does this interfere with the timing of the rapture?