A well-known myth says the forbidden fruit was an apple. They even call that protrusion in your throat an Adam’s apple. The Bible, however, does… Read More »Insight #229 — What Was the Forbidden Fruit?
Literal vs. Figurative
A few weeks ago, Margaret heard a preacher on the radio who said he believed in a literal future fulfillment of the Millennium because the… Read More »Insight #208 — Messianic Predictions: Literal or Figurative?
You are forgetful. I am forgetful. We all need reminders. Jesus gave us one: “This do in remembrance of me.” For how long? “As often… Read More »Insight #207 — Animal Sacrifices in Memory of Jesus?
Most believers realize we are under the New Testament, not the Old. But prophecy teachers often ignore implications of this truth. They adopt “literal” interpretations… Read More »Insight #101 — Old Prophetic Mysteries Revealed
To interpret Bible prophecy, we should “take the literal meaning unless… ” (see Insight #94). “Unless” refers to exceptions. Here is a vital exception: Do… Read More »Insight #95 — A Literal, Earthly Kingdom?
Tim LaHaye, in “Revelation Unveiled,” claims that “For the most part, all who believe the Bible to be literal are premillennialists” (page 331). Such a… Read More »Insight #93 — Who Interprets Revelation Literally?