Sep 8 2017

Brilliant and Maddening

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William Jackson’s review of Moses and the Revelation.

“What makes Michael Bull’s books both brilliant and maddening is their conciseness.”

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May 24 2017

Scripture Is Not a China Shop

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“Bull models while he interprets. In other words, one must watch Bull’s visual interpretation in order to understand it.” Mark Tubbs’ review of Moses and the Revelation.

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May 16 2017

The Jump Program

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“No one makes it in the jump program on their first try, not even Neo.” Jacob Gucker’s review of Moses and the Revelation.

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Apr 3 2017

“It belongs in a museum!”

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So often the book of Revelation is treated like a prize in an Indiana Jones story…

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Mar 31 2017

Four Views? Not any more!

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“Mike Bull has, once again, provided us with a unique tool for assisting us with reading the Bible. This time it comes in the guise of what essentially amounts to a guidebook for what has been forever-branded as the most difficult part of the Bible to understand.”

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Jan 24 2017

The Final Prophecy

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If we want to understand the book of Revelation, we must remember that it is at the end of the Bible, not the beginning.

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Jan 13 2017

Brexit and the Binding of Satan – Part 5

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Satan is currently bound from gathering the nations in kingly rebellion so that Jesus might gather them in priestly unity.

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Apr 20 2016

The Myth of Covenant Membership

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Reformed theology is the best school in which to learn about covenant theology, yet it is also the worst place to learn about New Covenant theology. Why is this so?

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Mar 26 2016

Darkness Under His Feet

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The abandonment of the Son by the Father is made palpable not in the crucifixion of His body, since He willingly laid down His life, but in the darkness which covered the Land for three hours. But perhaps this darkness was a sign of the Father’s nearness rather than His distance.

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Nov 2 2015

Little Book of Horrors

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Hollywood has a history of swapping tragic endings for happy ones based on the reaction of test audiences. Perhaps the most spectacular example is the 1986 movie adaptation of Little Shop of Horrors, whose original sinister ending was so disturbing that it remained unseen for decades and became the stuff of legend. Yet this musical really does require two endings, the comic and the tragic, because its conniving, carnivorous plant has biblical roots.

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