Tag Archives: Myths

Is Israel the Fig Tree?

Fig Tree

from Google Images

Dispensationalists try to tell us that the fig tree in Jesus’ Parable of the Fig Tree (Matthew 24:32-35) refers to the nation of Israel! When you see it bud, i.e. when it became a nation in 1948, that would be the beginning of the countdown to the coming of the Lord. That would be the beginning of “the generation” to which Jesus referred in Matthew 24:34. It amazes me to see the lengths people will go, the hoops they will seek to jump through and the obstacles they will try to leap over in order to keep from admitting error. Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by on November 13, 2018 in 70 AD Eschatology


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Monotheism v/s Polytheism

Golden Calf

from Google Images

Until recently, I had been troubled by Aaron and the Israelite people building a calf(s) while Moses was up on Mount Sinai receiving the Covenant written upon the two tables of stone; and this immediately after God had spoken to the whole nation loudly from the mount—thundering out the Ten Commandments. How could they do this and believe that the calf(s) was God who took them out of Egypt? Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by on November 22, 2010 in Christianity, Old Testament History, Religion


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