Will God Ever Disband His Angelic Army?

Many Christians do not know that God has an army in heaven. It consists of some of his angels. The most common phrase in the Bible that refers to this army is in the Old Testament. It is “the LORD of hosts” (Heb. yehvah tsebaot), with the definite article “the” usually being supplied. “The/oh LORD (God) of hosts” occurs 282 times in the Bible, most of them being “the LORD of hosts,” and all of them are in the Old… Read more

Hilary Clinton Answers “What Happened?”

Hilary Clinton has written a book about the presidential election entitled “What Happened.” It was just released days ago. I haven’t read it. But I’ve watched her in a television interview about it. She is letting her feelings show and is being forthright about her losing the presidential election last year. She admits to mistakes she made. She had said previously that her decision to use a private email server was “a bonehead decision.” She says she was devastated by the… Read more

More ISIS Turmoil in the North Sinai

On Monday, ISIS (also Islamic State) militants killed eighteen Egyptian police officers and wounded seven others in Egypt’s northwestern Sinai. ISIS did it by remotely detonating roadside bombs and using machine guns against a five-vehicle convoy. ISIS has been leading an Islamic insurgency there for the past few years. I maintain that, because this North Sinai region is so chaotic and dangerous to control, Egypt should consider relinquishing it in some type of barter situation as part of a Palestinian… Read more

Should Christians Be on President Trump’s Religious Advisory Council?

I think this is a tough question to answer. Donald Trump formed his Religious Advisor Council during his presidential campaign last year. He announced its long list of members in June, 2017. It included many Evangelical leaders. Evangelicals then contributed big time to electing Trump as president. Pew Research Center afterwards said that among all Evangelicals who voted in last year’s presidential election, 81% of them were Evangelicals. One wonders how many of these people voted for Trump because his… Read more

Is the Trinitarian Formula in Matthew 28:19 an Interpolation?

Since the publishing of my book The Restitution of Jesus Christ, in 2008, I have inclined more toward the view that the triple formula in Matthew 28.19, “baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,” is an interpolation (=a later insertion, thus unoriginal). This is a difficult position for me to take since I have a fairly conservative view of the inspiration of the Bible. Plus, this text is well supported… Read more

Justin Thomas Wins Dell, His Fifth This Year

Justin Thomas shot a five-under par 66 today at the TPC-Boston golf course, owned by the PGA Tour, to win the Dell Technologies Championship today. It was the second of the the four FedEx Cup Playoff series of tournaments which will end the PGA Tour season. Justin Thomas, Marc Leishman, and Jordan Spieth were tied for first place today with about seven holes to play. Both Leishman and Spieth had shot sizzling 30s on the front nine. But Thomas hung… Read more

Will South Korea and Japan Go Nuclear?

I am writing a series of non-fiction books of 250-300 pages each on Bible prophecy that is accessible to the common reader. My plan is for it to be ten books. The first two are published: Book 1 is The Third Day Bible Code (2006), and Book 2 is Warrior from Heaven (2009). In my next Still Here book, I have a chapter on world disarmament. During the mid-1970s, I became convinced from G. H. Lang’s commentary on the Old… Read more

Could President Trump Attacking our News Media Cause Violence?

The New York Times reported today that the United Nations’ human rights chief Zeid al-Hussein made “an unusually forceful criticism of a head of state by a United Nations official.” He criticized U.S. President Donald Trump for his constant, disparaging remarks directed against the U.S. news media. Indeed, over the past two years, Mr. Trump has often publicly characterized the press indiscriminately as churning out “fake news.” Such repetition is making this expression commonplace in American parlance. Occasionally, Trump adds… Read more

Comments about my Blog in the Past Three Days

The following are comments written in the past three days about one or more of the now over 100 Christology (and some anti-Trinitarian) posts on my Kermit Zarley Blog hosted at patheos.com: Sam Andrew wrote: “Good Summary, I’ve enjoyed many of your articles, but found this one particularly good, the Shema is the very crux of Judaism as you point out, without it the whole thing becomes just another local/ethnic god. Having been raised between Jewish and Christian grandparents I… Read more

Hellacious Hurricane Harvey Hurts Heavenly Houston

Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Texas Gulf Coast last Friday with a knockout punch. Rated a #4 hurricane, which is next to the highest strength at #5, Harvey’s center made landfall at Rockfort, Texas, 225 miles southwest of Houston. The wind did much damage there. When hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico make U.S. landfall, they often move northeast. Harvey moved east a little, then returned back to the Gulf. Hurricanes gain strength from the water when they do that…. Read more

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