I’m pleased to announce a new Mark Tredecim video is now available at YouTube. It takes an excerpt from the new Audiobook edition of “Twilight of the Church Age” (written by Mark Tredecim and narrated by Jake Flory) and adds illustrations for dramatic effect. The video is slightly more than 15 minutes in length.
Quick link to the video at YouTube: Sword of the Spirit
There is a growing trend of toward censorship of wide swaths of content in many segments of news, communications and publishing. How might the Bible fare if it was subjected to the standards and scrutiny of progressive (so-called) fact checkers? The result might be something like the DFIV Bible (Democratically Fact-checked Improved Version) presented in this video.
The apostle Paul wrote, “All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize what is wrong in our lives. It corrects us when we are wrong and teaches us to do what is right. God uses it to prepare and equip his people to do every good work.” (2 Timothy 3:16-17, NLT).
When reading the Bible, it’s tempting to skip over some chapters or verses in favor of ones that seem easier to understand and seem more interesting. But you’ll miss something if you do. That’s a reason why a whole-Bible-in-a-year reading program (like the “One Year Bible” published by Tyndale) is worthwhile.
Some pastors prefer to mostly preach messages related to health and wealth and steer clear of Bible text addressing sin and judgment. Though prophecy comprises over a quarter of the Bible, some pastors seem to avoid it, particularly the end times prophecies of Revelation and Daniel. These are very important topics, particularly for people living today. That’s why these end times prophecies are central to the “Tribulation Pilgrims’ Progress” series of novels by author Mark C. Tredecim (www.markctredecim.com).