Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Second Coming of Christ Misunderstood

For some time now I've been following a blog by someone called Babu G. Ranganathan who is an Indian writer on science and religion. Though born and raised in a Hindu family he came to know Jesus through the preaching of Billy Graham and has since gone on to study theology at Bob Jones University and has done quite a bit of writing. (His blog is here.)

An article that he has recently published on his site is called Second Coming of Christ Misunderstood. As I was reading it through I thought it might be a nice way to announce the subject gently to everyone reading this.

I suggest you take a few minutes and read it through because if you can receive it, it will completely change your world-view and liberate you as only the truth can. I like his writing style and he really presents things well. (The book he mentions by John Bray is worth reading, too!)

By the way, you may remember that we had Don K. Preston come over here back in 2007 to share their vision with us—and what a glorious time we had! Well, they're coming back to do it again, Lord willing, this coming October and we're greatly anticipating the time we'll have together.

Much more on this subject as the summer wears on but this is advanced notice: if you're interested in attending this conference with us and Don please get in touch. Think about it! We'd love to see you.


  1. I don't agree with it at all. He never says (if indeed 70 AD was the second coming) where and when Christ "came" or was seen. Whenever something clashes with his view, he deems it as hyperbolic, symbolic, or apocalyptic language, to suit his fancy, as I see it.

    I choose to watch the skies and live each day knowing that soon I will see Him in all His glory, coming to establish His Kingdom. Even so come, Lord Jesus.

  2. Hello !

    When is the conference with Don starting? And how long will it last? is it on a weekend or more?
    Hope that you all are fine. Take care
    Marie Tissot

  3. Hello Marie,

    Don will be here on the 26th of October and the conference is planned for that coming weekend of the Toussaint -- the 29, 30 and 31 of October.

    You won't want to miss this opportunity so spread the word!

    If you're on our mailing list you should be getting a mailing any day now giving the details.

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