Before answering this question, we all need to understand that Easter and Passover are two individual holidays. Since they are different, then it is normal for them to have two different dates. Most of the time these holidays are extremely close to each other, but there are some years that these will be on… Continue reading Why Is Easter Earlier Than Passover This Year?
This is THE BEST message out there for ALL christian denominations. If you really want hear the message about the Bible that is completely stripped from the doctrine of man, I suggest you to spend some time and watch this teaching. Thats what you get when you do Bible things in Bible ways. Here is… Continue reading Identity Crisis by Passion for Truth
Two headed eagles are a common sight all over the planet, its amazing how this symbol is rooted into cultures of many nations. Personally, I have always connected this symbol to Russia. When visiting Russia it is hard to miss, because it’s basically everywhere. Also, while traveling around Europe I have realized that this symbol… Continue reading The Symbol of the Two Headed Eagle – St. Petersburg, Russia
Today I found this extremely interesting article about modern technology carved in one of the ancient Egyptian temples. I personally agree 100% with the theology of the discoverers (Dr. Ruth Hover and her husband Harry) of this old temple. Thank you to Tom Olago and Lyn Leahz for such a great article. http://www.prophecynewswatch.com/2014/February24/241.html#sdR1JxUK50hROhtm.03
St. Mary’s church has so many symbols that I literally could write dozens of blog posts about this church. Interestingly enough, the variety of symbols is so unique that by being there you might think it is a few churches wrapped into one. Ok, its time to talk about the most famous symbol in… Continue reading The Astronomical Clock at St. Mary’s Church – Rostock, Germany
There are so many stories about this symbol and such a wide variety of sources that tell us why this symbols is used. Some sources say that in ancient times it didn’t necessarily have a negative connotation. It was a reminder that this life was not eternal, but provided hope for what was to come… Continue reading Skull and Crossbones in Trinitatis Church – Copenhagen, Denmark
This church was originally built from 1830-1852 as a tribute to the Grand Duke of Finland, Tsar Nicholas I of Russia. It was also known as St Nicholas’ Church until the independence of Finland in 1917. The church’s architectural plan is a Greek cross (a square centre and four equilateral arms), symmetrical in each of the four cardinal directions, with each arm’s… Continue reading St. Nicholas’ Church – Helsinki, Finland