In recent times, “fake news” and “false media” have come into the public awareness.
Will there be a cashless world at some point in the future?
Christians are to be “flow people” and not hoarders.
Sugar has caused atrocious problems and distortions in the world and in human health.
The “fall” of commercial, systemic Babylon comes about sometime before the end of the first half of the Tribulation period.
Are the monetary and economic events we witness today in alignment with Bible prophecy?
No doubt, everybody would agree: Unprecedented times are upon the world.
Surely, the Tribulation is a terrible period … as none ever before in mankind’s history.
A recent article here, entitled “Checklist: Why the Rapture Is Not a New Delirium,” triggered an outsized number of responses.
Economists and pension analysts around the world are gnashing their teeth.
Christians, who are looking up—“for [their] redemption draweth nigh” (Luke 21:28)—sometimes fall into a negativity trap.