Loving Husband and a Father of a young family. Trained as an Industrial Technology and Design High School Teacher graduating in 1998 Worked in Earthtmoving and Renovating homes since 2004, although now a stay at home dad to our 4 year old daughter whilst following my wife's career (it's her time now).
Engage in a wide range of interests, obviously grease and oil remains front and center, however, I am also a keen paraglider pilot with around 1,000 hours of flight time as of start of 2021.
COVID-19 (whilst no conspiracy) has revived my interest and passion in the historical evidence trail of the Bible (particularly New Testament textual criticism and early church fathers), doctrine, and comprehension of scripture. I am a Trinitarian Sabbath keeper who believes in a literal 7 day creation. My view is that the 1,000 year millenium will take place after the second coming of Christ in the future. My first and foremost guide to Bible truths is centered around the main theme of the Bible, We were created, we fell, God initiated a plan of salvation where Jesus (God in the flesh) died for our sins, and is coming at the end of time to redeem us to Himself. The old Testament Sanctuary and its services are an explanation of the plan of salvation. According to the 2300 days prophecy in Daniel (starting in 457 B.C)... "As Christ was our high priest in the heavenly sanctuary (Heb. 8:1, 2), it followed that the yearly services of the earthly sanctuary must mirror greater, one-time services in the heavenly sanctuary (Heb. 9:24-26). The pioneers discovered that the annual service of the Day of Atonement involved the cleansing of the earthly sanctuary. Here the sins of the penitent were transferred from the physical building to the scapegoat (Azazel; cf. Lev. 16:10), representing Satan. They reasoned that a parallel event must have been initiated in the heavenly sanctuary on October 22, 1844. It was to this great event that Daniel’s prophecy pointed, an event centered on the beginning of the act of judgment depicted in Daniel 7:9, 10 and elsewhere in Scripture as taking place before the return of Christ for His people." (https://www.adventistreview.org/2013-1529-p16)