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Will Catholics Who Don’t Believe in the Rapture Go To Heaven?

Will Catholics Who Don’t Believe in the Rapture Go To Heaven? By Jack Kinsella Yesterday, I received an email from a reader that asked, “Will Catholics who don’t know about or believe in the Rapture go to Heaven?” The email continued; “I have many relatives who are Catholic and they…

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It’s All In How You Play the Game

It’s All In How You Play the Game By Jack Kinsella For Christmas this year, I got a pool table. It wasn’t the expensive slate-top kind, but it plays as nicely as if it were. Instead of slate, my table bed is a cheaper, but excellent man-made material called Slatron.…

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Did God Create Evil?

Did God Create Evil? By Jack Kinsella Have you ever had somebody come up to you and demand an answer to the question; “Why do bad things happen to good people?’ Or have you ever asked that question of yourself? How many times in your life have you wailed, “Why…

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Misunderstanding The ”Great Escape”

Misunderstanding The ”Great Escape” By Jack Kinsella One of the principle misunderstandings concerning the Rapture revolves around its purpose. Critics of a pre-Tribulation Rapture deride it as some pie-in-the-sky ‘Great Escape’ for Christians living in the last days. There is no such promise of ‘escape’ from tribulation, they argue, and…

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Equipping for Battle

Equipping for Battle By Jack Kinsella One of the most hotly debated points of doctrine (apart from the timing of the Rapture) among Christians of different denominations is the question of eternal security. Specifically, can a believer who was saved fall away and lose his salvation? Is there an unforgiveable…

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More Objections to a Pre-Trib Rapture

More Objections to a Pre-Trib Rapture By Jack Kinsella I had optimistically (and incorrectly) hoped that in a recent column entitled, “Misunderstanding the Great Escape”, I had addressed the single most common objection to the doctrine of a pre-trib Rapture, since the most sneering comments from critics generally revolve around…

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The Curse

The Curse By Jack Kinsella It was some long-forgotten humorist who first coined the phrase, “The only two things that are certain in this life are death and taxes.” That quote is often wrongly attributed to Will Rogers, but what Rogers actually said was, “there’s one advantage about death; it…

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The Doctrinal Divide

The Doctrinal Divide By Jack Kinsella When I posted yesterday’s Omega Letter, I had no idea the controversy it would create. The column was intended to clarify the differences between two competing schools of theological thought. Since it is obvious that things that are different are not the same, the…

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The Historical Resurrection of Jesus Christ

The Historical Resurrection of Jesus Christ By Jack Kinsella Easter is the day that Christianity commemorates that singular event in human history — the resurrection of Jesus Christ. And as usual, in the weeks leading up to this day, the secular press corps has devoted gallons of ink and miles…

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Focus on Israel

Focus on Israel By Jack Kinsella Sometimes, it must appear as if the Omega Letter is really the Israeli Letter, given our focus on the Middle East, in particular, Israel. Such is not our intent. But Israel is the linchpin in studying Bible prophecy. Jesus’ description of the signs of…

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