This website explores a number of Biblical themes of interest to the author. These are

what the apostle Paul called the “mystery of iniquity”, what John in the book of Revelation calls “Mystery Babylon”, and the rise of the Antichrist, the fulfilment of which we can see in current moves towards One World Government;

the prophecies of the book of Daniel, specifically Daniel’s four kingdoms and their precise identification, and his seventy “sevens”, or “weeks”, and their termini;

archaeological and geological evidence for the veracity of the book of Genesis;

the evolution/creation debate;

current news seen in the light of Bible prophecy;

the debate concerning the timing of the Rapture in relationship with the “tribulation”, and the equally lively debate over the precise origins of pretribulationism;

those passages of Scripture which deal with, or which are held to deal with, that final posited seven-year period leading up to Christ’s Second Coming.

Please bear in mind that this is a website under construction. I hope over the next few days, weeks and months to fulfill the promises made on each of these pages. But it’s going to be a slow process.

Please visit us again, as you will find new articles of interest as time goes on.


2 Responses to “About”

  1. 1 Josh October 6, 2009 at 4:13 am

    The rapture actually isn’t in the Bible it was invented by John Nelson Darby in 1827. The Lord didn’t even save Lot’s wife from the fire, what makes you think he’ll save you?

  2. 2 David McConnell October 11, 2009 at 6:32 pm


    I wasn’t able to locate your name on your site, but wanted to contact you since your expressions seem to conform to my understandings as near as I can tell. I met for 15 or more years with a non-denominational group that held to premillennial dispensationalism. I never really subscribed to their views and eventually wrote two papers that dispute their views. The papers, I should add, haven’t been received very well, but every argument disputing points in my two papers are based upon glaring instances of illogical reasoning. I’m a theoretical mathematician by training and one who is diligent in the study of language so I typically have little difficulty in recognizing arguments or rebuttals that fail to properly employ logical reasoning or fail to use language correctly–both were apparent in the rebuttals to my papers (rebuttals are included in the papers).

    I’ve posted both papers on my personal web site at:
    I believe you would find them of interest if you care to take a look at them. One should be considered as a sequel to the other. The first “The Future of Israel” disputes the dispensational view that God will reestablish Israel in the land of Palestine. The second paper “Understanding Important Biblical Prophecies” argues (conclusively, I believe) that the Book of Daniel, the Olivet Discourses, and the Revelation of John each are referring to events of the first century. I’ve not seen other papers that address the whole as I’ve done. Further, I’ve included appendices that discuss the findings of secular history that support my conclusions. Finally, I answer such criticism as I’ve received.

    I’d be very glad to discuss these things more with you, whoever you are.

    David McConnell, Aledo, TX (

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