It somehow bothers me that I agree with you so much. It must be your use of scripture that makes it so. The only time I question what you say is when you agree that your thoughts are pure speculation. Thank you so much for your ministry.
Baptism: I have been led to believe that nearly all, if not all of the translators, transliterate the Greek rather than translate it. If so, what should scripture say if the Greek is translated correctly?
I love your insights, I am continually blessed by your gift of teaching, recommending your site repeatedly to friends.
A quick follow up question for you on Nephilim: I realize the literal interpretation of Scripture supports the idea of angels and women having sexual relations resulting in the Nephilim, but this is very difficult for me personally to understand.
If angels are spiritual beings, who neither marry nor are given in marriage, how is it possible for them to engage in physical sexual intercourse with women and produce offspring? This would require the angels to have physical sexual organs, impregnating the woman with physical sperm containing physical chromosomes and DN
Thanks again for all the effort you put into this site. I have two questions regarding the first chapter of Zechariah. It referenced a red horse and several white horses behind it that had been sent out to patrol the earth. The reference in my Bible said that correlated with Revelation, however that doesn’t seem to mesh with what the red horse is in Revelation and the fact that there were several white horses doesn’t mesh with Revelation at all.
The best I can think of is that according to the Mahdi line of thinking as a candidate for Antichrist I know there have been several Muslim leaders, including Saddam, who possessed a white horse in case they should be raised up as Al Mahdi. I was just wondering if these horses are in fact one in the same. Also, I was wondering who are the four horns?
I am a regular visitor of your site from Saudi Arabia. Every morning I always feel excited to come to your site to be filled with the Word of God.
I have two questions: Who are we to deserve such a sacrifice as Jesus made for us? And, why will Jesus have those scars for all eternity? How sad it will be to those who are redeemed beholding the King of Glory with scars on His hands and feet because of our sins.
In regards to the Ask a Bible Teacher post on The Keys to Hell, I found a verse in Col 2:15. It states: “Having disarmed principalities and powers, He made a public spectacle of them, triumphing over them in it.” I understand some bible experts say this means that after Jesus died, He went into Hell and exerted his authority and dominance.