Monday, August 21, 2006

A Couple Updates: Mark Noll, the KJV, and the Tribulation Video Game

Online video is now available of Mark Noll's address on the Bible in public life. (Original post here.)

The Washington Post published an article Thursday on "Left Behind: Eternal Forces."
In multiplayer mode, players can choose to command the Antichrist's armies. . . . Sending one's holy warriors into a bloody battle can hurt their morale; having them pray first can bolster their faith.
Good to know.

Original post here. By the way, if you visit that original post, you can read a comment from a man claiming to be the Messiah. Who knew he was a blogger?
I prove to you in the first chapter of this book–beyond disproof–that I am indeed the long-prophesied “Lion” of the tribe of Juda (Yehuda) the Root of David and the “Lamb.” I am the individual long symbolized as the Branch, the Stem, the Shoot and the Rod from the Stump of Jesse (King David’s father), as symbolized in the Hebrew Book of Isaiah, The Apocalypse, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and elsewhere. I am the reincarnated Teacher sought after in the “East” and by the ancient Hebrews who were headquartered at the outpost community of Damascus (Qumran), of Dead Sea Scrolls fame. I am the one called the Teacher of Righteousness by the Dead Sea Scrolls, whom the so-called Christian fathers have fraudulently recast as “Saint ‘James’, the Lord’s Brother.”


Chris said...

The "Messiah" left the same exact comment over on my blog about a month ago.

Jonathan Moorhead said...

Thanks for these links. I am particularly interested in the Noll video.