Category: Biblical World View

Even Satan Can Quote Scripture

Dr. Bart D. Ehrman, a New Testament scholar, and I use that term loosely, is the James A. Gray Distinguished Professor of Religious Studies at the University of N.C. at Chapel Hill.  He has written 20 some odd  books to date including,  “Misquoting…

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We Speak Your Name

Paul writes in 2 Cor 12: 9-10:  And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee, for my strength is made perfect in weakness.  Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ…

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Signs of The End Time

It is becoming quite common to see TV broadcasts on the numerous methods of the future destruction of this earth and mankind, usually based on the works of Nostradamus (1503-1566 A.D.), the assumed name of Michel De Notredame, a French…

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Murder is Murder!

When slavery was prominent in America,  a few said that it wasn’t murder to kill a black slave because “they actually weren’t people.”    When Hitler and the Nazis started executing Jews during WWII, they claimed it wasn’t really murder because…

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Living in Darkness

Atheist Awakening, a book by researchers Richard Cimino and Christopher Smith, claims to be the “first sociological exploration of organized secularism in America.  According to Cimino, the title isn’t so much about an increase in the number of atheists as it…

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Is God In The Destructive Storms?

BOISE, ID 5/28/19-Yesterday a small tornado touched down near Mountain Home, Idaho, which is very unusual. Tornados in Idaho are infrequent and have a very low velocity. Is that changing? The one yesterday did no damage. However, beginning in the…

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Mary Magdalene, the Film

Mary Magdalene, a film by Garth Davis, skulked into American theaters in April of this year.  It is a revisionist film with a decidedly feminist subtext attacking Peter and the early Church, that spends two hours relating a story about…

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Evidence for the Exodus?

The Ipuwer papyrus, also known as the ‘Admonitions of Ipuwer’, is a controversial  composition, written by a royal Egyptian scribe of the same name,  that describes starvation, drought, death, and violent upheavals in ancient Egypt.   Currently housed at the National…

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Why Are You In Trouble, America?

Have you ever wondered why most church services in America seem to be filled with lots of fluff and very little substance?  As America’s moral foundations literally collapse right in front of our eyes, a large percentage of our pastors are…

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Tolerance Is A Two-Way Street

Probably no concept has more currency in our politically correct culture today than the notion of tolerance. Unfortunately, one of America’s noblest virtues has been so distorted it’s become a vice. According to Webster’s New World Dictionary, 2nd College Edition,…

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The Deity of Christ

In the blockbuster book, The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown alleged that Christ’s deity was concocted 300 years after His crucifixion.  Jehovah’s Witnesses also distribute literature espousing that Christ’s divine nature is a trumped-up teaching of men, rather than an…

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The Tree of Zionism

Helen Thomas suggested that Jews should go back to Poland and Germany. The Turkish flotilla headed to Gaza was more specific, radioing, “Go back to Auschwitz.” But both are only bubbles on the surface of the larger narrative in the…

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