<— Jump to part IV. From the beginning of the flood (1656 after Fall) until Abram ran for his life from king Nimrod 344 years later. The first age is over, the second age is beginning. The 8 stewards, 1000 people and animals are aboard a big piece of land that is taking them on … Continue reading “History of the Ages part V.: Age 2”
<— Jump to part III. The first age after the Fall was governed by the Adversary. As Jesus informed us in Matthew 13 (parable of the wheat and tares), there are two types of people on Earth. One group are Father’s children, the other group are the Adversary’s children. Here’s how the parable is explained … Continue reading “History of the Ages part IV.: Age 1”
<— Jump to part II. The Bible as a historical document is only concerned with the time period AFTER the Fall, not with much of the events before it. In the First book of Adam and Eve we can read about their struggles after the Fall, when they left the Garden of Eden. They didn’t … Continue reading “History of the Ages part III.: Before and after the Fall”
<— Jump to part I. To begin, let’s lay out four key points. 1) Jesus says: “But woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you shut the kingdom of heaven in people’s faces. For you neither enter yourselves nor allow those who would enter to go in.” (Mt 23:13) Jesus himself informs us that … Continue reading “History of the Ages part II.: Ages in General”
When I used to go to church, I was often told that the next big event in human history is the return of Jesus Christ in the clouds and him taking away the people who believed in him to some far away place called “Heaven”. And that those not counted worthy (which were some other … Continue reading “History of the Ages part I.: Introduction”
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