Wendy Wippel

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Behold, I Come Quickly

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    Behold, I Come Quickly By Wendy Wippel 1987: Pastor David Chilton writes “The Great Tribulation”. The book claims to be “the most comprehensive and easily understood writing available on this cataclysmic event– which so many Christians are awaiting”. It also claims that Chilton proves “it will be a long wait”. Why? Because everything Revelation describes […]

    What’s in a Name?

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      What’s in a Name? By Wendy Wippel Ever noticed how often God changed people’s names? Abraham and Sarai (both of whom acquired a “Heh”, when God changed their names, “Heh” being the Hebrew letter that represented the Holy Spirit.). Jacob, who became Israel, meaning “Prince of God” . Peter, who went from Petros (pebble) to […]

      Uninvited Guests

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        Uninvited Guests By Wendy Wippel For even the strongest Christian, there are some passages that are just baffling. Although we really do believe these passages, some still seems wildly improbable in the world we know. Sir Francis Bacon, the man that devised the scientific method, had an answer to that, “A little science estranges a […]

        Bogus Burials

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          Bogus Burials By Wendy Wippel You probably remember the interchange recorded in Matthew in which Jesus tells a gathered crowd to, follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.You probably remember the outcome, too. Large clouds gathered around Him and He gave the order to go to the other side of the lake. […]

          A God Big Enough to Believe In?

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            A God Big Enough to Believe In? By Wendy Wippel The interaction between Moses and God in the wilderness is a seminal moment in human relationship to their Creator. It’s the first time since the Eden apocalypse that God has personally introduced Himself to any members of the human race. What He delivers as His […]

            Blinded with Science

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              Blinded with Science By Wendy Wippel If you’ve noticed a few more empty seats on Sunday mornings don’t chalk them up to college football or fall vacations, or your imagination. They are there. And thanks to courtesy of people that track these kinds of things for a living, we have statistics. Both the Barna Group […]

              Creationists and Conspiracy Theories

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                Creationists and Conspiracy Theories By Wendy Wippel The website live Science this morning featured a column called “Why Creationists are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories”. Their answer, in case you’re interested, is “teleological thinking”, meaning, (explained in their own words like this), “When something occurs that’s hard to explain, many people say that […]

                Divine Deliveries

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                  Divine Deliveries By Wendy Wippel Jews have a long history in Ethiopia. The Kebra Negast, an ancient account of Ethiopian history, claims Ethiopian royalty descended from Solomon’s relationship with the queen of Sheba through a son Menelik. Haile Selassie, the last Ethiopian King (deposed in 1974), claimed this ancestry as well. (His official title in […]

                  DNA and the Aaronic Priesthood

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                    DNA and the Aaronic Priesthood By Wendy Wippel “Anoint them just as you anointed their father, so they may serve me as priests. Their anointing will be to a priesthood that will continue for all generations to come.” Exodus 40:15 According to the book of Exodus, God himself established the priestly line of Israel by […]

                    Let There Be Light!

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                      Let There Be Light! By Wendy Wippel God saw that the light was good, and He separated the light from the darkness. Genesis 1:4. The Bible clearly states that it is divinely inspired. II Timothy 3:16 says that all scripture is God-breathed, II Peter 1:21 gives us a little more detail; it says that men […]