end times

To The Blue States -- A pat on the back for a good effort. Hey, 240 years ain't bad. Let's the see Patriots top that. The
Now we all know that new communities, new ways of living, need new songs to sing. So I ask you people of Jesus, you sons
Trump's appeal is based less on his personal beliefs and more on his ability to tap into powerful strains of popular belief that have been commodified and commercialized by Christian publishers, pastors, and televangelists for years.
The Gospel of Matthew is written from a time of crisis and presents an urgent message in response to that coming crisis. While
Some obviously disagree with LaHaye's perspectives on these issues, but few can deny his passion for the subject matter. And absolutely no one can ignore the profound impact that the "Left Behind" series has had on end-times theological narratives over the past 15 years.
This story originally appeared here. 2. Reemergence of Israel Futurists believe that the Old Testament verses clearly reference
If you are waiting for "signs" of redemption, then you are part of the problem.
The early Republican Presidential caucuses and primaries have put a spotlight on evangelical religious voters, reminding the secular (scientifically literate) community of the differences between their worldview and the one held by the Religious Right.
Who's to blame for ISIS? The political left holds President George W. Bush responsible because of the American invasion of
“It’ll be gone forever. Annihilated."
This occurrence, I believe, is referenced in the Book of Revelations. The end times are indeed upon us.  So here's my question
How do you convince the globe's Islamic radicals, and ISIL in particular, that life -- for its fighters, supporters, and its persecuted victims -- is in fact far better than death?
While the idea of believers being "caught up in the air" is mentioned, it is metaphorically describing the Second Coming. Paul is not claiming, nor even implying that Christians will disappear before all hell breaks loose on earth. In fact, the very idea of the rapture is antithetical to the narrative of scripture.
All we really have is the present, while our actions today are motivated by our recollection of the many yesterdays behind us. These memories, stories, and myths matter. We need to learn about them.
The fatalistic belief in the end of humanity, most often because of our sins or lack of virtue, is as frightening as it is harmful. If we believe that no matter what we do, the majority of us will perish in some reign of heavenly or demonic fire, what is our motivation to plan for our collective future?
Now, televangelist Pat Robertson says one of those rocks could bring about the prophesied "end times" -- just as he predicted