Tag Archive: End-times

But Isn’t The Earth Supposed to Melt Away?

Judgment in the Old Testament The Old Testament talks often of judgment. This judgment is usually violent and earth-shattering. The voice of the LORD shakes the wilderness; the LORD shakes the wilderness of… Continue reading

Good Endings Don’t Come Out of Left Field

In the last post, we reviewed what Middleton believes is our raison d’être: to steward the power God has bestowed upon as the rulers and subduers of the world in a responsible, non-violent… Continue reading

Just Be Who You Are!

For the past two Christmases, someone decided it was a good idea to do made-for-TV renditions of favorite children’s dramas. Two years ago it was The Sound of Music, and this year, Peter… Continue reading

Don’t Believe Everything You . . . Sing

Last week, leading up to Christmas, did you sing these words from “Away in a Manger”? And fit us for Heaven, to live with Thee there. Or do you remember this oldie but… Continue reading