Throwback Thursday: Does God Speak in Unidentified Promptings?

By Elizabeth Prata This post first appeared on The End Time in September 2016 A quick lesson on discerning a meme. I saw this on Facebook. Here is a lesson on how to parse the silly sayings we see on social media. Let;s take it apart phrase by phrase and really think about what it …

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MemeHeresy: Don’t Be a Pineapple

Meme Heresies are those frequently re-posted or re-tweeted quotable quotes or Bible verses, usually with a picture. Sometimes the scripture picture or quote will contain the Bible address associated with it, usually not. Sometimes the quote will have the person's name as to who originally said it, but usually not. If there is a Bible …

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MemeHeresy: Christine Caine’s nudges & whispers from God; Visual Theology: picture of unified scripture

In our ongoing series #MemeHeresies (originated by Jessica Pickowicz at Beautiful Thing), we have here a tweet from Chirstine Caine. She asserted that we should never ignore a nudge or whisper from God. This might seem Chrisitany-y or even possible and hopefully true. But it's not. First, the canon of the Bible is closed. That …

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