Biblical Studies

The Negative Impact of Van Kampen’s Hitler Speculation

Filed in Biblical Studies, Prewrath by on March 19, 2014

Robert Van Kampen’s contributions to eschatology in general will remain uncertain for years to come. As with  many others in the past, the value of his work in this area reveals itself only with the passing of time. History will evaluate Van Kampen’s role. His book, The Sign, has and will continue to have an […]

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The New Exodus Consummated

Filed in Biblical Studies, Prewrath by on December 9, 2013

The New Exodus Consummated: A Day of Visitation Charles Cooper As we have already seen in the two previous visitations of God – namely, the Exodus and the crucifixion – God’s final visitation will also bring both deliverance and destruction. I Peter 2:11-12 declares, Dear friends, I urge you as foreigners and exiles to keep […]

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Psalm 83: Prophetic or Profitable?

Psalm 83: Prophetic or Profitable? It is sad to see the ongoing hysteria that some modern so-called “prophets” create and maintain by incorrectly interpreting Scripture. It is almost comical. For the last few months, Psalm 83 has been the whipping-boy for alarmists who see prophetic fulfillment in the Middle East every time the sun comes […]

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The New Exodus Initiated: A Day of Visitation

Filed in Biblical Studies by on August 26, 2013

The New Exodus Initiated A Day of Visitation Charles Cooper The idea of an ethereal or celestial gathering of God and his elect is firmly rooted in the Old Testament and gloriously developed and promised in the New Testament. Perhaps we can best appreciate the meaning and significance of this great meeting in the clouds […]

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The Rapture: the Old Testament Foundation

A Day of Visitation Charles Cooper       For some believers, the timing of the Lord’s return to rapture the saints is more important than any other New Testament study. Much has been written about it and the views are diverse. But even more fundamental questions have not been the focus of earnest discussion: Why have […]

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