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Is COVID-19 The Mark of the Beast?

Teaching Article for the Week of August 15-21, 2021 Introduction Receiving the very same phone call from two different people on the very same day captured my attention.  Something must be going on. The first call was from a college basketball coach who asked with frustration, “Dad, one of my players thinks that Covid-19 is ‘The Mark of the Beast’, and he doesn’t want to get vaccinated. What can I tell him?” Within a few hours, I received the second…
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History versus Premillennialism’s Most Compelling Argument

Making their case, Premillennialists have no more emotionally compelling argument than what we shall call the Argument from Aren’t Things Terrible Today (hereafter, AATTT).  The AATTT considers social destabilization (crime, riots, inflation, immigration, etc.), moral erosion (LBGTQXYZ, drugs, pornography, the breakup of the family, etc.), international tension (select from among Russia, China, North Korea, Iran, etc.), political corruption (pick your party; pick your politician), natural cataclysm (earthquakes, climate change, hurricanes, wildfires, etc.) and the threat of UFOs to conclude that…
Stress management

Worldly Works: Fits of Anger

Many of us have experienced that moment when, while shopping at the local grocery store, we hear a sudden scream accompanied by large amounts of crying. As the intensity of the scream echoes throughout the store, we might push our cart around the corner to discover a red-faced, tear-soaked toddler sitting on the floor and pounding it with their fist. We may even comment to someone nearby, “Somebody is throwing a fit!” While we rightfully view these “temper tantrums” as…
Anger control and management

You Won’t Like Me When I’m Angry

Jacob Rutledge The Incredible Hulk used to warn others about the consequences of his rage by saying, “Please don’t make me angry; you won’t like me when I’m angry.” Interestingly, the warning was always for other people: they wouldn’t like him angry. In truth, the character Bruce Banner (who plays the human part of the Hulk before he transforms) takes pleasure in the brute strength, power, and freedom his anger grants him. Is his temper dangerous? Certainly. Yet, with that…