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Nothing Up My Sleeve

  • January 21, 2020

Nothing Up My Sleeve By Jack Kinsella In fiction, when a president takes ‘executive action’ it generally indicates that what is about to happen is necessary, but illegal. Like in the old Mission Impossible TV series, where the mission is so ‘sensitive’ that if any of the agents are caught,…

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What Follows ‘Peace and Safety’?

  • January 21, 2020

What Follows ‘Peace and Safety’? By Jack Kinsella It seems like only a few years ago that the biggest challenge facing anyone teaching Bible prophecy was establishing that these could be the last days. Twenty years ago, the first part of any column or script was dedicated to proving that…

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How to Run The World Without Really Trying

  • January 20, 2020

How to Run The World Without Really Trying By Jack Kinsella Woodrow Wilson’s chief advisor was Colonel Edward Mandel House. Col. House was an unabashed globalist who wholeheartedly subscribed to the principle of elitist rule. Rather a strange philosophy for an advisor to a Constitutionally elected national chief executive, wouldn’t…

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Civil Disobedience and the Bible

  • January 20, 2020

Civil Disobedience and the Bible By Jack Kinsella Ever since the Obama government seized on the opportunity to use gun control to disarm law-abiding citizens, my inbox has been filled with questions about civil disobedience and whether or not Christians should engage in it. It’s an issue I knew I’d…

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Many Shall Come In My Name

  • January 19, 2020

Many Shall Come In My Name By Jack Kinsella ”And I beheld another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon.” (Revelation 13:11) This verse serves as the introduction to the false religion that will sweep the…

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Some Debates Aren’t Worth Winning

  • January 19, 2020

Some Debates Aren’t Worth Winning By Jack Kinsella The Old Testament was written almost entirely in classical Hebrew in the dialect scholars believed flourished around the 6th century BC during the Babylonian Exile. Almost entirely. By the time the Babylonian Captivity had ended seventy years later, the first language of…

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‘Strange’ Doesn’t Quite Cover It

  • January 12, 2020

‘Strange’ Doesn’t Quite Cover It By Jack Kinsella The Bible’s outline for the last days has always been considered a little strange to scholars. The Books of Daniel and the Revelation were so strange that great expositors like Calvin and Luther omitted them from their Bible commentaries. The strangeness of…

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Examining the Evidence For the Pre-Trib Rapture

  • January 12, 2020

Examining the Evidence For the Pre-Trib Rapture By Jack Kinsella In yesterday’s Omega Letter, we discussed the Rapture of the Church and why nobody should be discouraged that it hasn’t happened yet. We discussed the fact that God is long-suffering towards us, not willing that any should perish, but that…

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Ezekiel’s List

  • January 12, 2020

Ezekiel’s List By Jack Kinsella Over the course of the past few months, we’ve looked long and hard at events taking place in the Middle East and how they compare to the scenario outlined by the prophet Ezekiel for the last days. The prophet Ezekiel foretold the rise of a…

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Poking the Bear

  • January 12, 2020

Poking the Bear By Jack Kinsella A new book by Robert Spencer may well turn out to be so controversial that merely mentioning it by name could be dangerous, if not deadly. The book takes on one of the most important but least-often asked questions of our time. It is…

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