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  In Defense of the Faith
Rapture Before John Darby
February 05, 2016 - In Defense of the Faith
The rapture before John Darby? Say it isn't so!
Christian and Muslims Worship the Same God
January 29, 2016 - In Defense of the Faith
Do Christian and Muslims worship the same God? 
Another Christ at the Checkpoint Conference
January 15, 2016 - In Defense of the Faith
Another Christ at the Checkpoint Conference is scheduled for this year (March 2016). This will be the fourth in a continuing series of CATC conferences sponsored by organizations such as Bethlehem Bible College. Previous conferences were held in 2010, 2012, and 2014. 
Sinai’s Slippery Senses
January 12, 2016 - In Defense of the Faith
One of the weirdest statements the Bible makes occurs in Exodus 20 at a momentous occasion in the history of the Jewish nation, God’s giving of the Ten Commandments on Mt. Sinai. “And the entire nation saw the voices and the thunder”. Saw voices?  And thunder?  What gives?
No Absolute Truth
January 01, 2016 - In Defense of the Faith
There is no absolute truth - or so some like to say.
Curtain Call
December 22, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
Many Christians condemn celebrating Christmas because 1) Christmas traditions are largely based on pagan holidays that preceded Christ and 2) we don’t know when Jesus was actually born.
Sola Scriptura and Cosmic Temples
December 18, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
Sola Scriptura and Cosmic Temples - can we trust a plain reading of the Bible?
Double Vision
December 15, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
The fact that the Matthew and Luke seemingly offer two different versions of Jesus’ genealogy has caused a lot of confusion over the  years,  leading modern Bible  “scholars” to brand the genealogies as anywhere from “jumbled oral traditions” to “outright fabrication”. The solution  is simple: two audiences, two promises. And one God who knows the end from the beginning.
Divided We Stand
December 07, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
Our illustrative and sorely missed Jack once wrote an article entitled “Close Only Counts in Horseshoes (and Hand Grenades)".  I heard the phrase again the other day when listening to The Berean Call’s, T.A. McMahon speaking on the rise of the abuses of prophetic scripture.  Namely, the “Blood Moon” and “Shemitah” crazes that recently came and went with all the power of a gentle breeze.
The Nature of this Cosmic Conflict
December 04, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
I first heard this quote during a sermon on Daniel by Alistair Begg. It seems appropriate to cite it here:
“I Would Believe the Bible if it was Historical”
December 03, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
One of the talking points I hear from folk who truly believe that the Bible is a book of fairytales, like a friend in England, and God is a myth and does not rate an upper case G, is that the Bible is not historical
Apologetics ala Animus
November 10, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
Although its origins are murky, “Never again”, after the holocaust, became a rallying cry, a call for eradicating mass genocide from the human experience.  Specifically when those humans are Jews. What went wrong? Not all Israel’s enemies are merely human. And the ones that aren’t? They never rest.
The Late, Not so Great, Dam of Davidic Denial
October 27, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
“Scholars” agree that King David never actually existed-- that he's nothing but a myth.  Which would also place Solomon, Josiah, Hezekiah, and Joash in the mythological column, conveniently nullifying any ancestral claim to the nation called Eretz Israel. These “scholars” claim that no evidence of David exists. They’re in denial. And getting deeper in every day.
A Tale of Two Journeys
October 23, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
My wife and I went to a different church last Sunday. The reason we did so was because it was hosting the Back to Jerusalem team and a talk by Brother Yun, also known as The Heavenly Man.
The Church Christ Loved
September 28, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
And I also say to you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it. Matthew 16:18
The Plaint of the Atheists
August 21, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
First of all I want to affirm that Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a courageous woman.
Worthy is the Lamb
August 17, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
Ever notice how much the world hates the Jesus Christ of the Bible?  Mention His name outside the confines of a Bible preaching church, and you will definitely get a reaction.  (You might even get sued or arrested!)  Truly, He is the most polarizing person to have ever lived here on planet Earth.   There simply is no neutral ground in regards to your position of Him.  One either accepts that He is God come in the flesh, or He is not.
When Deeds Become Doctrine
August 10, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
In a recent Bible study at church, I was going through the Seven Letters to the Seven Churches, when a fellow participant, challenged my understanding of the term ‘Nicolaitan’.  Challenged may be putting it a bit gently.  He said that my particular interpretation of it, was “dangerous”.
Is God Finished With Israel?
July 24, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
If there's one thing that's guaranteed to get me more fired up than those who apply the word "escapism" to pretribulationism, it is those who deny national Israel has a future in God's plan in the face of all the biblical evidence for it.
Still in the Dark
July 21, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
Confession time: My guilty summer pleasure, one I indulge in every Sunday afternoon, is bobbing around my pool in a giant floaty chair (with a giant diet coke in its cupholder), reading science magazines. Doubly stimulating (with both sensory and cognitive input), thus doubly entertaining.  Have you read any popular science lately? Then you know I mean entertaining.
The Tin-Foil Hat Brigade
June 29, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
You know who you are.  You’re the person other people tip toe around when it comes to discussing current events or religion.  You are the person who can spend hours devouring scripture or news with equal vigor, pointing out ‘last days’ events to anyone who would listen to you.  You are semi-shunned at church.  You are disinvited from church socials, because you are just too intense and narrow-minded.  You’re called a ‘conspiracy theorist’ or a ‘Jesus Freak’ behind your back.  You’re always going on about the Lord’s return and that “Rapture thingy”.  Admit it.  You are one of them, one of those “prophecy nuts”.
Ecclesiastical Emetics
June 16, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
The adjective “ecclesiastical” has come to define anything described by it to mean “related to the Christian Church”.  “Emetic”, a noun, means “something that makes you vomit”.  Together? “A church that induces vomiting”.  Which should clue you in to the topic of today’s offering: Laodicea.  The church that actually seriously supports a pre-trib rapture.
That Christian Zionist Agenda
June 12, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
I'm writing about that Christian Zionist agenda once again. These people never stop and they should be countered. We peace makers have lots of work to do!
Since You Were Gone…
June 01, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
They say that in relationships, absence makes the heart grow fonder.  In regards to religion, I think the opposite could be said…absence makes the heart go wander.
Christianity Lite
May 21, 2015 - In Defense of the Faith
I was raised a Presbyterian, Christened in 1957 as a 5th grader in High Point, North Carolina.  Maybe it was because I was little, but the High Point First Presbyterian Church seemed huge and beautiful. I loved Sunday school but hated going to church and listen to the preacher talk about a lot of stuff that I didn’t understand and had no interest in understanding.
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