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Tuesday, May 2, 2023

Growing presence on


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According to, papers continue to mention and cite me in the fields of philosophy, theology, and social issues. Makes me feel like my writings are unique and encourages me to keep writing. Thanks, Academia!

Thursday, February 2, 2023

The Divine Singularity—All or Nothing

"That they all may be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also may be one in Us" (John 17:21).

Morning starry sky: Courtesy, Unsplash: taylor-durrer-t2XKo0kn8as-unsplash.jpg
Courtesy, Unsplash: taylor-durrer-t2XKo0kn8as-unsplash.jpg

All or nothing

Praying under the stars brings us face to face with the reality of our circumstances.  We're moving 76,000 miles per hour around our sun, which is nothing compared to the 1.3 million mph our galaxy is moving through space. Astronomy has proven a vastness to space that is unimaginable to the human mind. So the notion that God dwells beyond our visible heavens would portray God as far, far away.

In contrast to this geocentric, Ptolemaic, idea of God's whereabouts, the Cretan poet Epimenides (600 BC.) stated: "in Him we live and move and have our being." St. Paul quoted this line in Acts 17:28 in order to present the true locality of God; which is, that God resides in the spiritual dimension, from which He created and interacts with us in the physical universe.

So, by faith, we can either conceptualize that God is too remote to be relevant; or, we can accept the Bible's testimony—that God is right here with us. God can be our "all in all." Or, He can amount to nothing at all. But know that Jesus came to reconcile us back to God—and even bring us closer than when Adam and Eve were in the Garden. "That they all may be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also may be one in Us" (John 17:21).

This singularity is only available by faith in Jesus: "Jesus answered and said to him, 'If anyone loves Me, he will keep My word; and My Father will love him, and We will come to him and make Our home with him'" (John 14:23).

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Tuesday, January 10, 2023

Deliverance in the Age in which we are placed—Gal. 1:3-4


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As many Christians are bracing for Revelation-sized tribulations, it's good to remember that Jesus said He would be with us through the end of the Age. In Galatians 1:3-4 Paul wrote, "Grace to you and peace from God the Father and our Lord Jesus Christ, who gave Himself for our sins, that He might deliver us from this present evil age, according to the will of our God and Father..." The Greek word for "present" here means "to be 'stood' in a certain place" or "to be placed in." This means that in whatever moment of this Age in which we might happen to live, Jesus has relieved us of our sins; and, that He delivers us from the particular evils that are present—those real and present dangers. Even those Revelation-sized evils.

Thursday, July 28, 2022

New Release: Kindle Edition "Everything About the Rapture"

Everything About the Rapture, by C. W. Steinle - Kindle edition

Amazon book page:
$0.99 quick study

This booklet is packed with the clearest account of the 1st Thessalonians 4 rapture I have written to-date, and I have written many books on the subject. Plus, I have included some simple, yet effective, tables showing why “those who are asleep” are none other than the “dead in Christ.” Paul states the timing of the “rapture sequence” in two different ways in order to comfort the bereaved that their dead will rise first. In addition, this study investigates why Paul selected such an unusual Greek word for “rapture,” and what that word actually means—something that I am not aware that any other author has presented.

This work is a brief, one-stop shop for anyone who is willing to learn what the 1st Thessalonians 4 “rapture passage” actually says. Short, but sweet! Yet, we examine all of the key words and phrases. Everything you need to know about the rapture in one short-read.

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Friday, July 15, 2022

Everything about the Rapture—by C. W. Steinle

Everything about the Rapture—by C. W. Steinle

Current Video Summary (below), and upcoming booklet and audiobook.
Snippet from the Introduction:

I am grieved that rapture timing continues to cause division in the Body of Christ. After writing about the rapture in half of the 20 books I have now authored or co-authored, I have determined that Paul's description of this event, as documented in the 1st Thessalonians 4:13-18 passage, is enough to settle the matter once and for all. After nearly 30 years since I began to study this prophecy, I am only now waking up, myself, to the evidence contained in this "rapture passage." And, as the Apostles voiced in Acts Chapter Four, I "cannot but speak the things which [I] have seen and heard.

Once a person takes to heart the exact words that Paul used to comfort the Thessalonians, there's simply no going back. Now, there are some who would suggest that I am the one causing division by rehashing the rapture and making such a big deal out of what many on both sides consider to be a sort of "sacred cow" doctrine. That, further discussion on a topic so controversial can only be expected to fan the flames of hostility. Here I must confess that I also lashed out against others, once I was convinced of my present stance on the issue. It was a sin, from which I have long since repented—and yes; I did both seek and receive forgiveness from God and my dearest friends regarding this offense.

Unexpectedly, others have attacked me on social media with the retort: "There is no rapture at all." I strongly disagree with such a conclusion. The change "in the twinkling of an eye" is most certainly found in the Bible. If, however, these "non-rapture" proponents are making the case that there are issues with the translation of the Greek word Paul used for "rapture," I would have to concede that they do have a point...

Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Future Mortality, Roe v Wade, & the Georgia Guidestones

Future Mortality, Roe v Wade, & the Georgia Guidestones

Quentin Melson, CC BY-SA 4.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

What an amazing coincidence! That federalized abortion would be overturned at the time when bringing a normal baby to term would simultaneously be compromised.

The number one agenda of the Georgia Guidestones:

# 1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

Now it is reported that "the poke" has accomplished the following results:
  • Abnormal uterine bleeding (menstrual irregularity) is 1000-fold greater
  • Miscarriages are 50-fold greater
  • Fetal chromosomal abnormalities are 100-fold greater
  • Fetal malformation is 50-fold greater
  • Fetal cystic hygroma (a major malformation) is 90-fold greater
  • Fetal cardiac disorders are 40-fold greater
  • Fetal arrhythmia is 50-fold greater
  • Fetal cardiac arrest is 200-fold greater
  • Fetal vascular mal-perfusion is a 100-fold greater
  • Fetal growth abnormalities are 40-fold greater
  • Fetal abnormal surveillance tests are 20-fold greater
  • Fetal placental thrombosis is 70-fold greater

#Infantmortality, #morbidity, #GeorgiaGuidestones, #Covid19, #vaccination

Saturday, July 2, 2022

C. W. Steinle quoted or cited over 1000 times at

C. W. Steinle has been quoted or cited over 1000 times at

Quite humbling! Quite fulfilling.

Although I've always strived to be an "original thinker." Thus, my insights are unique enough to provide a new angle on many aspects of #philosophy, #religion, #prophecy—and even global #economics.

I have authored or co-authored some 20 books and probably have at least that many video interviews from which I am being cited.