Relationship between religion and science. Discussing Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein and their perspectives on science and faith, God and the Universe. Consider the creation out of nothing versus creation out of something. Relationship between proof and theory, facts and faith, evidence and belief.
Christ on the cross stands at the very centre of the war between good and evil. Unveil the mystery and examine the key characters in this conflict. Consider the Bible in its entirety as a narrative, and consider the coming Messiah in the context of Bible prophecy. Who was the person hanging on the cross? Was he a victim or the victor? Reflect on the good news of the message of liberation. Open your eyes to the spiritual realm.
Various perspectives in the Bible point to one and the same centre - the Word of Life as the medium of Creation - through whom everything was created, and through whom everything can be recreated. The Word of Life, the Word of God, the Alpha and Omega - these are all names of one and the same person, the Messiah from Bible prophecy that is most commonly called Jesus Christ.
Perspectives, questions and thoughts about the meaning of Christ's sacrifice, his sufferings, death and resurrection. Bible prophecy about the promised Messiah. Why did Jesus die on the cross?
Bible prophecy pointing to the critical times in history and crucial moments in the story of God's people. Relationship between the Book of Daniel, the Book of Revelation, Jesus' Olivet Discourse and the Apostle Paul's discourse in 2 Thessalonians.
Bible prophecy in the Book of Isaiah. Encounter God of Creation and Salvation. Jesus Christ the promised Servant and the coming King.
Dynamic interaction between God's broken heart and the human deceitful heart in the Book of Jeremiah. Bible prophecy of the New Covenant.
Ezekiel's visions of the invisible realm. The conflict in the spiritual realm and the origin of sin before the Creation. Why did the downfall of God's people take place? Bible prophecy in retrospect.
The Book of Daniel from Christ's perspective. How did Jesus read and understand Daniel and Bible prophecy. The biblical canon and the Book of Daniel. Authenticity of the Book of Daniel in recent history.
The Book of Revelation or Apocalypse is a beautifully complex drama authored by God himself. Take a look at the Apocalypse as a dramatic narrative with its key characters. Unlock the meaning of the key numbers in the Book of Revelation: 7, 12, 144 and 666. Discover Christ as the coming Messiah at the very centre of the message of the Book. Consider the relationship between the Genesis Creation and the Book of Revelation, and the apocalyptic aspect of Bible prophecy.
Comparing the Four Gospels and looking at their variations. Considering different emphases and purposes of each of the four unique presentations of Christ as the Messiah. The Gospels and interpretation of the Hebrew Bible prophecy.
Images of the person of Christ in the Hebrew Bible. Tracing the coming Messiah through Bible prophecy and visions of the prophets. The scriptures as witnesses that testify of Christ.
While considering different perspectives on the Bible, all these reflections eventually lead to one and the same centre - the Word of Life through whom everything was created, and through whom everything can be recreated. The Word of Life, the Word of God, the Alpha and Omega - these are all names of one and the same person, the Messiah of the Bible prophecy, that is most commonly called Jesus Christ.
When we consider the beginning, the origins, the Creation, he is there (Genesis). When we talk about human suffering and human predicament he is there (Cross). When we look to the future, the New Creation, and the life eternal, he is there (Revelation). These are the three crucial points in the story/history of the Holy Bible referring to Christ as the One 'who is and who was and who is to come'. (Revelation 1::9 NKJ)
While he is the protagonist in this cosmic narrative, the antagonist, his arch-enemy who is veiled in a mysterious shroud of darkness works ceaselessly against Christ. Each one of us is influenced and affected by both the protagonist and the antagonist. We feel this conflict in our minds and hearts, and on our skin. Consequently, all of us are involved in this struggle and we all play a role in this world and its story of conflict.
All the reflections and presentations on this website ultimately lead to the only place where there is a real and lasting hope for this world - Jesus Christ who is at the centre of everything that truly matters. May he make himself known to you directly and personally, and may you have an open mind to consider what he has to say.
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