Not long ago someone brought up the theory that UFOs are mentioned in the Bible. As is often the case with various theories, it was stated with a degree of certainty bordering on Gospel truth. It also seems as though there has been a rash of movies exploring the UFO themes as in Indiana Jones 4. It is certainly not a new theory for I remember as a small kid hearing such theories. It is interesting reading the description of the “whirling wheels” in Ezekiel chapter one, written around 600 B.C. Continue reading “UFOs in Ezekiel?”
For this Christmas 2008, I have posted a Christmas message at FlemingsFive.com. I hope to add some more in the coming weeks of December. In the first message, I tie a rather interesting passage, Revelation 12:1-6, to the Christmas story.
UPDATE (March 5, 2009) Obviously, I did not post any more sermons. So I will move on.
Hello, I am Thomas Fleming. I am a Evangelical Christian. Being named Thomas, it should come as no surprise that I would have an affinity to the disciple of Jesus called “Thomas”. Often this disciple is referred to as “Doubting Thomas”. Though he did doubt, it would be in error to attribute continual doubt to this apostle. Instead from his lips, we have some of the greatest assertions of faith, “My Lord and my God!” Thomas is no longer doubting but believing. Thus, he is more aptly called “Believing Thomas”. Thomas represents all those who want to know the truth and have an honest faith.