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The Word of God: No Apologies Necessary

The Word of God: No Apologies Necessary By Joseph Parker The Word of God is the key to life. The Word of God is – God. We were created by Him (Genesis 1) and we are sustained by Him (Hebrews 1:3 and Acts 17:28). God and His Word are TRUTH.…

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Major Apostasies in the Church with Dennis Pollock (Part 1 of 5)

Major Apostasies in the Church with Dennis Pollock (Part 1 of 5) By Nathan Jones Gross apostasy is raging in the Church today, and most professing Christians seem to be unaware of how serious it has become. That’s because the average Christian today is biblically ignorant. How did this happen?…

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Only 6% of Americans Have a Biblical Worldview

Only 6% of Americans Have a Biblical Worldview By Anne Reed Everyone has an overall perspective from which the world is seen and interpreted. It’s called a “worldview.” The Cultural Research Center (CRC) at Arizona Christian University, interviewed a nationally representative sample of 2,000 adults to determine what worldview Americans…

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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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