I’ve just published two more articles at http://www.redmoonrising.com. The first is called “The Red Moon Rapture compared to the Pre-Wrath Rapture” and is a critique of what I see as weak points in the popular Pre-Wrath prophetic model. The second is called “Paul Teaches the Olivet Discourse to the Church” and is a subtle critique … More Pre-Wrath, Pre-Trib… or Red Moon?
The Antichrist could be alive today! Not true. The Antichrist is a figure from the past who is currently dead. His corpse is on the earth, but his soul is held in the Abyss–the bottomless pit which is the deepest part of Hell. Consider Revelation 17:7-11, which explains the nature of the seven heads of … More Antichrist Misconceptions
Jesus didn’t come to this earth merely to present us with a new “belief system,” He came to teach and to demonstrate a new way of living out our lives according to radical principles based upon an entirely new set of values. So what does this look like? That’s a good question because most Christians … More Pursue Jesus In 2013!
Steve Eastman of “Faith Issues” online magazine has just posted a review of “The Second Coming of the Antichrist” along with a 30-minute interview that has crystal clear audio! Check it out at http://www.faithissues.com/page/480363596 and please share the link! God bless, Peter Goodgame http://www.redmoonrising.com
Graeber documents in his book the connection between the creation of coinage, slavery, standing armies, and the state-controlled market, and here offers a historical timeline: 1) Markets appear to have first emerged, in the Near East at least, as a side effect of government administrative systems. Over time, however, the logic of the market became … More DEBT: The First 5000 Years
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All sin goes back to Adam. Romans 5:14, “Nevertheless death reigned from Adam to Moses, even over them that had not sinned after the similitude of Adam’s transgression, who is the figure of him that was to come.” 1Corinthians 15:22, “For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.” … More Adam Smith, the “Father” of Economics