Isaac Newton. The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended

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The Biblical Definition of Man

The most important topic of the biblical anthropology is description of the divine dignity of man. Being violated by the fall of man, the divine dignity of man will not only be... Read more »

The Covid pandemic in the context of the Apocalypse of John

We have two main estimates from the biblical point of view concerning the Covid pandemic, Covid-fascism, mass vaccination, Covid-passports and Covid-segregation. The First. All the covid events are based on total lie... Read more »

The COVID Pandemic as a Religious Phenomenon

There is a naive notion that during the last times, the devil comes with horns and hooves, Antichrist will have long nails and will be dressed in black. However it is not... Read more »

Jerusalem and Babylon

Both the apostles and many early Christians had an unequivocally negative attitude towards the “Greek wisdom” of Athens: “Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition... Read more »

The Renaissance sense of the Unicorn myth

In the middle of the twentieth century, the art world was shaken by a sensation. X-ray examination of the icon of the saint Catherine of Alexandria by an unknown author, unveiled that... Read more »

The Bible about the Beast

In the center of the chiastic religious history of the world, the most important thing is the Beast. This is the heart of the story. Read more »

The structure of Apocalypse

We have already unveiled the chronology and structure of the apocalyptic events (see our works “The Biblical Apocalyptic Chronology”, “An Attempt of Reconstruction of the Chronology of Christian Era” and “The Structure of the... Read more »

The Structure of the Biblical History

The chronological structure of biblical history from the beginning of the world to its end is defined in two ways. The first one is the numerical chronology and dates of the most important events. We... Read more »

The Christ Dates, an Alternative View

When we researched the apocalyptic chronology, we took generally accepted dates as a basis for synchronization with the official chronology (see our works here, and here): Crucifixion approximately 30 AD, and the destruction of the Second Temple... Read more »