Kelly Birks: A Response to ‘Silence Demands a Rapture’ (2002)

This commentary is not to be understood as an attack against Mr. Stevens himself, but rather it should be seen as an attempt to understand how he arrived at his conclusions according to his own public teaching on the subject, and in doing so, to demonstrate the fallibility of the position as he has enunciated it by our study of the scripture in order to discover what the Bible really says on the subject. Continue reading “Kelly Birks: A Response to ‘Silence Demands a Rapture’ (2002)”

Theological and Literary Journal: Review of Alpheus Crosby (1850)

If the fact that Christ has not yet come in person in the clouds of heaven, raised the holy dead, and judged the living, proves that he is never to come in that manner and exert those great acts ; why does not the fact that we have not already entered on a life after death, and been adjudged to eternal happiness or misery, prove equally that we are never to be the subjects of those great events?

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