Occupy Till I Come

But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts:
and be ready always to give an answer
to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you
with meekness and fear:
(1 Peter 3:15 KJV)

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Welcome to Occupy Till I Come


 Jesus Christ
 Bible Integrity
 Death and Hell
 Woe unto you, lawyers!
 Brother Bird


We are still adding more material for this site, but please feel free to look around. We have a modest collection of specialized articles and essays. Material is roughly sorted according to subject matter in the categories above. We do not yet have blog features, but we will always respond to any personal communications. 


What's New? Updated July 9th, 2011


2 Chronicles 16:1 When Did Baasha Die?

"How to reconcile the date of this event with the history of the kings I am quite at a loss. Baasha died in the twenty-sixth year of Asa, 1Ki_16:8. How then could this be done in his thirty-sixth year, when Baasha's family was quite cut off, and Omri was upon the throne?"

- Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible 

This and other similar questions are answered in our "Bible Integrity: Featured Downloads" section. If you have a "difficult scripture" that you would like to see addressed, or if you feel that an explanation is lacking somewhat, please feel free to contact us directly.

What Else is New? Updated July 13th, 2011

 Hell - A Place of Silence and Extinction

"According to a popularized Christian belief, when a person dies his or her soul departs from the body and either floats up to a place of eternal paradise (heaven) or down to a place of eternal torture (hell). This belief has become so widely accepted among Christians that it is often assumed that it must have originated in the Bible." 

Special thanks to Matt Elton of Faith First Media for allowing us to post this essay.