There is much speculation concerning the end of days lately. Below is a piece of a logical and adroit interpretation of Revelation.

Christopher C. Randolph

The scroll with seven seals to be opened only by the Lamb of God. The scroll with seven seals to be opened only by the Lamb of God.

The Seven Seals

Now I watched when the Lamb opened one of the seven seals, and I heard one of the four living creatures say with a voice like thunder,“Come!” (Revelation 6:1, ESV)

Introduction

As we enter into Chapter Six of Revelation, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with the imagery and symbolism that is presented to us as readers.  It’s important to remember that John is recalling for us his visions that he was given by Jesus while in the Spirit. We must then tread carefully and prayerfully; allowing the Spirit who allowed such visions to guide us in understanding them.

So far we have a progression. The vision began by examining seven churches on earth. Yes, the message to each of these churches was meant for all of us but the messages were also to seven specific churches…

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From Mr. Randolph’s blog. As always he takes a view less traveled in his interpretation and conclusions even while remaining true to Scripture.

Christopher C. Randolph

You’ll likely notice the  rampant extra-Biblical assumptions that litter  this chapter of Answers in Genesis’ new  “Answers” book. I’d provide a link but I don’t wish to encourage anyone to read such an erroneous document. But click on the image below or the URL and you can read the chapter on Cain’s wife.  I will be addressing some crucial errors  below.

 Cain’s Wife – Who was She?

by Ken Ham

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https://answersingenesis.org/bible-characters/cain/cains-wife-who-was-she/?utm_source=homepage&utm_medium=featured-slider&utm_campaign=cains-wife-who-was-she

Where to Begin?

Mr Ham is, as far as I can tell, well intentioned. He does a good job of delineating the common line of evangelical thinking.  Many established  evangelical professors wholeheartedly agree with him and it is not uncommon for evengelical and pentecostal preachers to use Answers in Genesis as a reference to prove their point. “According to Answers in Genesis…”. The long and short of it is that Ken Ham and his Answers in Genesis team are…

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