Most of us remember our favorite love stories where the man usually goes to extreme lengths to get the attention of their loved one. Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Comedy of Errors, the Merchant of Venice I can go on and on. When someone is in love, it is as if they do not have a head but only follow with their heart. Not all … Continue reading Love is still the greatest commandment but…
This post will conclude the three-part series on solving Revelation’s math problem. In the first article, I described the problem caused by the geographical location of the book of Revelation in the bible. I explained how its position as the last book of the New Testament had posed a problem for Christians of today. The book seems to defy the general flow of the gospel … Continue reading Revelation’s ‘math’ problem solved pt.3
In my first article in the series, I explained my concept of a ‘mathematical’ problem presented by the New Testament’s book of Revelation. In this sequel I am going to explain how we can solve the problem. Let me recap the problem here for those who have by chance not read the prior article. I used the analogy of a mathematical problem in the sense … Continue reading Solving Revelation’s ‘math’ problem pt.2
When sport teams are recruiting players, they scout for and recruit the best talents available. They have scouts who go around to look for talent to add to their teams. They look for the next big thing. When they discover prospects, they invite them to trials to examine them close up if they are good enough for the team. Sometimes these prospects have to go … Continue reading Which bible role model is your present life imitating?
When solving a math equation or problem e.g. x + y = 10, one usually goes through a series of steps before arriving at the final answer proving that the values of x and y add up to a value of 10. When the two values do not add up to 10, then you realize that you have made a mistake somewhere in the prior … Continue reading Revelation’s math problem that must be solved in order to complete our understanding of the New Testament