What does the coming of the Son of Man really mean? There are several verses which suggest about this event happening sometime after the crucifixion of Jesus, not two thousand or more years later. Are we really missing something? Did we misunderstand what Jesus said? In this post we will explore an alternate view which also agrees with what Jesus said.
Most of the timeline we get from the book of Genesis is based on what it says. Sometimes, the actual event may sometimes contradict the timeline, indicating that the years mentioned could be wrong, possibly a typo. In this post, we will explore one such typo regarding the age of Ishmael.
Jesus Christ very clearly mentioned that the only permanent separation that can happen between a husband and a wife is through death. This view, is based on the fact that God joined them, i.e., both are His children. Jesus Christ is also not against abandoning the spouse if he or she departs from faith in Him. The only exception for not marrying is unable to reproduce or raise godly children. While not directly, but we can infer that Jesus is not against remarriage after abandonment.
A quarter of the Bible is of prophecies. While no prophecy of Scripture is a private interpretation, not all will be fulfilled. Prophecies can be conditional, superseded, delayed, recurring and established. In this post, we will explore different types of prophecies based on Scripture.