Tag Archive | Eschatology

US Pastors’ Views on Eschatology Clash Badly

US Pastors’ Views on Eschatology Clash Badly Billy Hallowell Views on the end times are anything but fluid or unanimous, with pastors and parishioners alike taking divergent stances on the rapture, the millennium, the Antichrist and other eschatological elements. It’s a seemingly never-ending Bible battle extensively documented and unpacked in my new book, The Armageddon […]

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Distortions of the Gospel in Our Day

Distortions of the Gospel in Our Day James MacDonald A.W. Tozer and James Kennedy (both wonderful Christian leaders in their day) believed that many, if not most, professing believers they encountered around the country were not actually saved. They were deeply troubled by the distortions of the gospel that were the result of trying to […]

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Why the Dead Sea Scrolls Are Significant

Why the Dead Sea Scrolls Are Significant Ed Stetzer The Dead Sea Scrolls are ancient manuscripts that were found at several sites near the western shore of the Dead Sea. The most important site was near Qumran, where eleven caves containing scrolls or artifacts were discovered from 1946 to 1956. Also notable are discoveries at […]

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Do All Speak with Tongues?

Do All Speak with Tongues? Text: 1 Corinthians 12:29-30 Are all apostles? are all prophets? are all teachers? are all workers of miracles? 30 Have all the gifts of healing? do all speak with tongues? do all interpret? Introduction: First Corinthians chapter 12, deals with Spiritual Gifts and the conduct of the body of believers. […]

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Is Exhibiting Humor Wrong?

Is Exhibiting Humor Wrong? David W. T. Brattston Did the Apostle Paul forbid Christians to tell jokes? Does God want us to never laugh? A convincing argument could be made from the earliest documents of our Faith that Christians are to always be grim and gloomy. These documents, the New Testament and Christian writings that […]

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Jesus…The Master Teacher

Jesus…The Master Teacher David Reynolds Introduction I. The Mission of Jesus – The Master Teacher II. The Manner of Jesus – The Master Teacher III. The Training of Jesus – The Master Teacher IV. The Methods of Jesus – The Master Teacher V. The Words of Jesus – The Master Teacher VI. The Love of […]

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Dispensationalism and Oneness Pentecostal Theology

Dispensationalism and Oneness Pentecostal Theology By David K. Bernard Most Oneness Pentecostals today uncritically accept dispensationalism or important aspects of it. Fundamentalists often use dispensational ideas to attack Oneness Pentecostal beliefs, however, particularly the doctrine of salvation. Is dispensationalism biblical, in whole or in part? Is it compatible with Oneness Pentecostal theology? This paper will […]

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Trinitarian Absurdities

Trinitarian Absurdities By John Eckstadt December 1964 “Hear, 0 Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord” (Deuteronomy 6:4) What does this mean? Does it suggest that God is absolutely one in person, or does it suggest that God is made up of more than one person? For centuries men have debated this issue. Some […]

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The Blessed Hope

The Blessed Hope Nathaniel K. Haney After the last letter is given to the last church in Revelation 3, chapter four opens with a call from heaven. John heard the voice of a trumpet. This corresponds with Paul’s record of the Rapture in I Thessalonians 4:13-18, which says, “voice of the archangel, and with the […]

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Ancient Landmarks

Ancient Landmarks Ralph J. Billings The Egyptians first used surveying as early as 1400 B.C. to accurately divide land into plots for the purpose of taxation. In 120 B.C. the Greeks developed geometry and the first surveying equipment and correct procedures for conducting surveys. Ferdinand Rudolph Hassler was born on October 7, 1770 in Aarau, […]

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