A new bible translationfrom the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) group

The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) believes that we are in the “end times harvest” and as you could read in the previous articles, that dominionist movement asserts that God is restoring the lost offices of church governance, namely the offices of Prophet and Apostle, having present day apostles who support a new period and the […]

Place for a fifth and sixth house in Christendom

It looks like we have come in a time several people are not pleased to feel as if they are shunned by one or more religious groups where they normally would belong to. In the midst of previous century it started by some non-trinitarian groups who wanted others to know the Holy Name of God. […]

A rich history of ancient and Biblical Jordan to explore

Other than Israel, no country has as many Biblical sites and associations as Jordan: Mount Nebo, where Moses gazed at the Promised Land; Bethany beyond the Jordan, where John baptized Jesus; Lot’s Cave, where Lot and his daughters sought refuge after the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah; Madaba, home of a stunning mosaic map of […]

Poring over Scripture and previous investigation reports again and again

As Biblescholars we try to search for truth and sometimes it looks like we are investigators looking at more than one “Cold Case”, trying to construct the events declared in scripture. At “The Logos Academic Blog” Matthew W. Bates says Scholars do not want to wade through basic information that everyone in the field already […]

Was the Temple Menorah taken to Rome after the destruction of Jerusalem

Today we can find lots of remains in Rome which are of particular interest for Christians, like the Arch of Titus, built in 81 C.E. by the emperor Domitian, which still stands on the main processional street of ancient Rome (Via Sacra). The relief panels of the Arch of Titus, still standing at the entrance to […]

From Jewish Christians to Gentiles and origin of Christianity

For almost two hundred years after the impalement of Christ, Roman cities are entirely devoid of any trace of early Christians; to date, no one has ever found any object that’s been plausibly connected to them. Some archaeologist and historians think that  many of Jesus’ followers — men and women who lived in the first, […]

Laodicean Christians compromising their faith

At the early stage of the Jesus’ movement, the followers of Jesus where considered a Jewish sect and as Jews they where exempt from the requirements of emperor worship (as part of the Pax Romana). In the beginning composed almost entirely of Jews there did not seem a problem for the Roman rulers. However, as […]