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Isaiah 53: The Fulcrum of the Entire Universe

  • March 28, 2019

Isaiah 53: The Fulcrum of the Entire Universe By Dr. Chuck Missler The Dead Sea Scrolls were first discovered in late 1946 in caves along the Dead Sea. The ancient settlement of Khirbet Qumran held millennial old sealed clay jars which contained about 1200 manuscripts, including more than 300 Biblical…

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A Romance of Redemption

  • March 27, 2019

A Romance of Redemption By Dr. Chuck Missler The Book of Ruth is a classic love story of loyalty and devotion, and yet it also contains some surprising insights that go far beyond the historical narrative itself. It is fitting that in a month that celebrates love, our newest release…

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The Royal Prophet

  • March 27, 2019

The Royal Prophet By Dr. Chuck Missler Unquestionably, Isaiah has given us our most indispensable Old Testament prophetic tour de force and it is replete with exegetical discoveries and hermeneutic treasures. There is a specific prophet that dominates the entire Bible: The Prophet Isaiah. As the “Royal Prophet,” he served…

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Full of Sap and Green

  • March 27, 2019

Full of Sap and Green By Jonathan C. Brentner We live in a day when the prophecies of Ezekiel 36-39 are coming to life before our eyes. The Lord miraculously brought Israel into existence in 1948 and the nation is flourishing, just as God said they would many years ago.…

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The Long Night of Sennacherib

  • March 25, 2019

The Long Night of Sennacherib By Dr. Chuck Missler Virtually all ancient calendars were initially based on a 360-day year: 12 months of 30 days each. However, all calendars change in 701 b.c.; they all resort to adjustments to accommodate the current sidereal reckoning. Why? There is a strange segment…

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The Book of Ruth

  • March 25, 2019

The Book of Ruth By Chuck Missler One cannot really comprehend what is going on in Revelation Chapter 5 unless one understands the events involved in the Book of Ruth in the Old Testament. This tiny four-chapter romance has been venerated in college classes for its elegance as literature, but…

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Esther’s Story…Part 4 (Chapters 8-10) Conclusion

  • March 25, 2019

Esther’s Story...Part 4 (Chapters 8-10) Conclusion A Bible Study by Jack Kelley With the death of Haman and the elevation of Mordecai to Chief Counselor, you’d think my problems would be over, but we still had the extermination order against all my people in Persia to deal with. I fell…

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Reflections on a Reasonable Faith

  • March 25, 2019

Reflections on a Reasonable Faith By Dave Hunt Dave Hunt — first published in April 2010 A false idea exists in both the world and in the church that faith and reason do not go together when, in fact, one cannot exist without the other. When God called out, “Adam,…

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What is Wrong with Lordship Salvation?

  • March 25, 2019

What is Wrong with Lordship Salvation? By Andy Woods Lordship Salvation is the idea that an unbeliever must commit all areas of his life to Christ as a condition for being saved. Another way of articulating Lordship Salvation is, "if Jesus is not Lord of all then He is not…

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The Three Tenses of Salvation

  • March 24, 2019

The Three Tenses of Salvation By Andy Woods As believers, we use the word "salvation" so frequently, yet what does this word actually mean? Most think that salvation simply relates to how someone becomes a Christian. We probably think this way since we are living in the wake of the…

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