Posts from Joel R

I respect Joel Rosenberg a lot. I’m not sure whether I agree with all his eschatology, but then I remember that as Paul (Sha’ul) told us “now we see as in a glass darkly”.

I’ve mentioned before that when it comes to Hebraic stuff, I’d read 3 books, that were written by Adam Spears &  John Klein, they are (in order), “Devils, Demons and the Return of the Nephilim” ; “The Book of Revelatiion Through Hebrew Eyes”; and “The Book of Revelation: Two Brides, Two Destinies”.

The first book greatly increases one’s understanding of covenant, the Hebrew (scriptura) view of marriage, the significance of the cups of wine shared, and much more.

I will say that their 2 books on “Revelation” were radically different from other interpretations of endtimes ie eschatology.

(Schroon Lake, New York) — This week I’ve been teaching at the Word of Life conference center, nestled in the heart of the gorgeous Adirondack Mountains. It’s been such a blessing to be here with my family. We’ve loved meeting so many people from all over the U.S. and Canada, teaching the Scriptures, answering people’s questions, and taking […]

via What Does The Future Hold? Insights from the Hebrew prophets — and resources to help you study


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