Tag: kingdom

Constantine and Christendom

Perhaps Constantine did have some kind of mystical experience before the Battle of the Milvian Bridge; maybe he was influenced profoundly by his mother Helena; maybe he proved to be a shrewd calculator to achieveContinue reading

The Spirit for the Remnant

Joel had warned Judah and Jerusalem about a terrible invasion which proved imminent: a horde of “locusts” unlike anything anyone had ever seen would ravage the land, leaving nothing left but mourning and lamentation (JoelContinue reading


“We must work the works of him that sent me, while it is day: the night cometh, when no man can work” (John 9:4). It is perhaps one of the greatest of the divine mysteries:Continue reading

The Christian and His Government

Ever since Jesus proclaimed the coming Kingdom of God, His followers have sought to make sense of how they are to relate to the earthly governments under which they live. How should Christians view theirContinue reading

“Hutaree”: Doctrine Has Consequences

The media is abuzz with information regarding the recent arrests of many participants in a group called “Hutaree.” This group, having invented its name that they take to mean “Christian Warrior,” are alleged to haveContinue reading