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Weaning Evangelicals Off the Word – Part 3

Weaning Evangelicals Off the Word - Part 3 By T.A. McMahon The previous two parts of this series made some observations that should be of great concern to those who consider themselves Bible-believing Christians. Paul warned that there would come a time when “sound doctrine” (2 Timothy 4:3,4) would give…

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Weaning Evangelicals off the Word – Part 2

Weaning Evangelicals off the Word - Part 2 By T.A. McMahon Last month, in part one of this series, we quoted the Apostle Paul speaking about how Christians would view doctrine in the time prior to the return of Christ for His church: “For the time will come when they…

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Weaning Evangelicals Off the Word – Part 1

Weaning Evangelicals Off the Word - Part 1 By T.A. McMahon Apostasy is rampant within the evangelical church today. At least that's my perspective as one who has observed religious trends and developments for three decades. Before I present my specific concerns, let me define some terms. The use of…

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Apologetics: Key to Successful Evangelism

Apologetics: Key to Successful Evangelism By Dr. Alex McFarland A few years ago I visited a high school in my native North Carolina during “See You at the Pole.” Many teens were gathered around the flagpole to pray—still others to protest. Members of the Diversity Club held a banner that…

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Whatever Happened to Truth?

Whatever Happened to Truth? By Mike Gendron We are living in a time when many people have lost confidence in their ability to identify truth or to discern truth from lies. The pursuit of truth has been hijacked by a culture that esteems misguided opinions masquerading as facts more important…

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What Does The Bible Say? Is Jesus God In Human Form?

What Does The Bible Say? Is Jesus God In Human Form? A Bible Study by Jack Kelley Groups who call themselves Christian but don’t believe Jesus is God in human form often come up with questions that are designed to cause Christians who do believe in His deity to doubt…

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Reversing the Reformation

Reversing the Reformation By Jonathan C. Brentner In my previous post, No One Can Cancel Our “Blessed Hope,” I showed how the allegorical approach to biblical prophecy opens the doors for dismissing the true intent of other scriptural texts. This disregard for the words of Scripture not only robs saints…

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An Eye for Evidence

An Eye for Evidence By Tim Wildmon I have a friend, Frank Turek, who wrote a book titled I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist. I don’t either, Frank. My dad tells the story of watching a special on public television 30 years ago which took a look…

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The Vanishing Gospel

The Vanishing Gospel By Dave Hunt One of the greatest sorrows for lovers of God is the fact that the vast majority of mankind selfishly and ungratefully live day after day without even thinking of the Creator to whom they owe their existence and who holds their eternal destiny in…

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Beyond Critical Thinking – The Ask

Beyond Critical Thinking – The Ask By Chris Corlett In Critical Thinking the dual components of evidence and persuasion take prominent place in organizing or analyzing any position or claim. While evidence serves as the building blocks of any argument, persuasion operates as the mortar which connects and holds together…

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