The Second Passover
A Philadelphia Apologetic
Day 1260 - Prophecy Primer
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The Time of the End
Who Rides the Beast?
Prophecy & the Passover
What Gospel is Proclaimed Before the End Comes?
Into the Promised Land
Heaven, Hell, or Somewhere Between?
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Understanding Endtime Prophecies
If a person knew the date of his or her death, how would the person live life? If
this person also knew his or her fate after death, would this person do the things
that this person presently does?
Biblical prophecies are about knowing the future; about the visible, physical
things of this world forming the shadow and copy of invisible heavenly things;
about physical lands and landscapes forming the tangible shadow of ideologies
and mindscapes; about outwardly circumcised Israel forming the shadow and
type of circumcised-of-heart Israel; about earthly Jerusalem being a copy and
type of heavenly Jerusalem. The idolatry of ancient Israel in the Promised Land
gives body and substance to the idolatry of the Christian Church in the Abyss,
that portion of the heavenly realm encompassing the creation and all that has
been made physically. The narrative of history serves as the once-removed
narrative of ongoing events in the Abyss: the history of ancient Israel figuratively
serves as a periscope through which Christians can see themselves as Christ Jesus
The commentaries, articles, essays, and links found on this website employ
typological exegesis to unseal previously sealed and secret prophecies and visions
… the key to understanding Bible prophecy is that in all things, the physical
precedes the spiritual (1 Cor 15:46), and the visible reveals the invisible (Rom
1:20). The key to understanding prophecy isn’t having studied fourteen books by
human authors, or having visited Jerusalem and the modern State of Israel. The
key to understanding prophecy is understanding Hebraic poetry, written in
thought-couplets, and understanding Greek equivocation that will have differing
linguistic signifieds [objects] assigned to the same linguistic signifier [icon]
within a sentence, a paragraph, a passage.
In Greek, truth is the negation of concealment: truth is revealing what has
previously been concealed. And with few exceptions, Christians simply cannot
handle the truth as revealed in biblical prophecies. It is the rare Christian that
has sufficient maturity to work with dual referents that are enantiomorphs, but
this website is for those Christians able to chew and accept spiritual meat without
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