While no one knows the exact date, I know the signs that will indicate when the end will happen.
I am an empirical theologian who specializes in eschatology (end times).
I am a proponent of forensic faith. This is based upon my 2 doctoral theses:
Theology As A Scientific Discipline and Eschatological Research of the Apocalypse.
I have been an entrepreneur since the age of 8. I had a newspaper route with the (now defunct) Toronto Telegram. I was an independent contractor without knowing the technical terms such as:
cash flow, since I had a bank account that I used only for business.
I learned about theology accidentally through my grandfather when I was in grade 5. My grandfather heard from Commissioner Renée Booth, Territorial Commander of The Salvation Army for Canada and Bermuda, that she was starting a Bible Study. My grandfather thought, rightly, that I would like to study the Bible. When I received the material in the mail it was different to what I expected. I worked hard on the courses and actually got better grades than I was at elementary school. It wasn’t until I met Commissioner Booth that I found out, along with my astonished grandfather, that these courses were designed to be university level preparatory courses for students in grade 12 and 13! I carried on for a little while.
Since I had trouble with languages, I dropped out if high school with only grade 10 education. This led to a new situation: learning about how some jobs are important, but don’t pay well.
One of my breakthroughs was when I took a year off to concentrate of what my future held. I felt the Call to ministry. When I met with the person who could direct me to such a situation, I was employed immediately to work in The Salvation Army as emergency worker. I put my entrepreneurial skills to work. I recruited other organizations, such as the Red Cross, to assist with my clients – mostly fire victims. I was eventually let go since the position was discarded.
I found an interesting ad in the Saturday Evening Post, which was, and maybe still is a prestigious magazine. It invited men who had the Call to Ministry to become a Catholic Priest. I was intrigued and wrote to find out more. It turned out to be an Orthodox Bishop, David Luther (of Blessed Memory), who believed many who were Called were rejected for no legitimate reason. I was soon accepted, and encouraged to start a Ministry as I studied lessons and receiving instructions as well as constructive ideas on succeeding.
I commenced a Ministry, Saint Polycarp’s Parish, by training catechumens in the Book of Revelation, which was well known by most Orthodox. This Work led to my receiving the recognition of Companion of the Antiquus et Nobilis Ordo Archageli Michael 19/6thAugust 1991.
I was officially received into the Orthodox Church, known as the Western Orthodox Church in America, on 13th June 1987, and the next day was ordained to the Diaconate. I graduated with a diploma from Duarte Costa University, Altoona, Pennsylvania in 1987. I was ordained a Presbyter on 20thAugust 1988.
During this time, I worked to receive a Protestant denomination of 25,000 members into the Orthodox Church. I officially attended their Conference in 1996, meeting with theologians representing the denomination under the leadership of Dr. David A. Dean. Dr. Dean recommended me to the Evangelical Theological Society as an associate member.
I was received as a “canonical” orthodox on the 18th December 1995. I was told to obtain a baccalaureate degree before I could be assigned. I found an exceptional tertiary level institution, Bethany Bible College and Seminary. I had the blessing of my orthodox bishop, and His Grace assured me that my tuition would be paid, since this Baptist-oriented College accepted my proposed paper, Theology of the Liturgy. I ended up paying my own tuition.
After receiving my Bachelor of Theology (B.Th,) degree, Summa Cum Laude, 6thJune 1996, it was decided to carry on with academic pursuits since Bethany provided practical educational pursuits. I was not assigned by my bishop.
It was recommended that I take a conjoint Masters degree program. Officially, I received my Master of Arts (M.A.) 5th June 1997 and my Master of Sacred Theology (M.S.T.) on the 4th June 1998.
Knowing how important eschatology was, I embarked on a thorough interpretation of the Revelation, proposing a thesis of Eschatological Research of the Apocalypse. My doctoral courses in theology assisted me in approaching eschatology in practical and empirically verifiable ways. Unfortunately, my thesis ballooned to 531 pages not counting the bibliography (with 541).
I submitted another doctoral thesis, to be my official thesis since the first one was now considered a large paper. Since I had commenced reading Hierotheos of Nafpatkos, the most appropriate title was Theology As A Scientific Discipline. This was approved.
I earned my Doctor of Theological Studies (D.T.S.) Summa Cum Laude on 3rdJune 2004.
I worked as an ethicist with 21st Century Accounting Inc and The Ethics Institute (Canada). It is during this time I wrote a number of books on ethics.
With the concept of subjective truths and wokeism, I am returning to the reality of one objective Truth and empirical theology. The misconceptions about the “end” of the world has led me to offer the Truth of eschatological research.
I am preparing the definitive interpretation of the Revelation, which proves the wondrous Glory of the New Earth!!!
As an empirical theologian, I know the end times. Consequently there are people who are ignorant of eschatology (the end times). There is much speculation which is producing extreme elements that attempt to guide people, governments and organizations into perilous times. As an expert in the field, it is essential to look at the TRUTH.
The reality is the end times will be a period of paradise rather than a time of troubles.
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