Remarkable Statements, In Historical Context

Neal Pollard AD 30—Tiberius, who became cruel and mad, was the Roman Emperor when the church was established. Under his reign, right around the time of Pentecost, Rome was filled with terror after the murder of his once trusted advisor turned traitor, Sejanus (tribunesandtriumphs.org). Sanderson Beck comments that he was “preoccupied with sexual and sadistic … Continue reading Remarkable Statements, In Historical Context

Doing It Our Way Instead Of God’s Way

Neal Pollard I have pondered lately about why there is such a growing tendency to overlook the plainly revealed will and mind of God in favor of what either lacks authority or violates His Word. It would be impossible to be exhaustive, lacking the ability to read the mind, judge the motives, and know the … Continue reading Doing It Our Way Instead Of God’s Way