The mainstream explanation of the outer darkness is to equate it with hell. My question is, can we find a much more literal meaning?
In memory of Rob Skiba
Have you ever wondered why there’s such a huge difference between the climates of the Arctic and Antarctic Circle if they’re both exposed to the same amount of the sun’s rays? Did you ever even know there was a difference? Yesterday I explored both the mainstream explanation and one that, well, just makes more sense.
For several months I had jumped on the bandwagon of referring to Christ’s possible millennial kingdom as Tartaria. Believe me, I will not make that mistake again. Words matter.
If raising cities was so commonplace in the 19th century, why aren’t we doing it anymore?
Every time I think I’m done with videos about the short season, something else of interest falls into my lap. This time, someone shared with me a very intriguing article regarding historical accounts from 66 AD of an army of fiery chariots being seen in the clouds. Whether you believe in a historical or futurist view of the Book of Revelation (and I’m still praying for discernment on this), you won’t want to miss this!
The other week, someone left an intriguing comment about the “lost generation.” Thanks, Ruth! That set me off on yet another rabbit trail, but one that fits in perfectly with an idea I’ve already explored – there’s something strange about 1890.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been noticing that something seems amiss with our sun.
Today’s video is a little shorter than usual, but I wanted to take the time to discuss the tree, titan, and melted buildings theories.
As someone who is very vocal about questioning the narrative, I’ve had many people ask for advice on how to teach our children to do the same. Here’s one example of what we’re doing right now.
One of the best ways to make sense of our true history is to see our own communities with new eyes and take stock of what we find.