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Church in a Bar?

  • April 15, 2019

Church in a Bar? By Dr. Mark Creech Having church in a bar is a new phenomenon, but a growing one. It’s largely an informal movement started in recent years that has spawned hundreds of church services in dives and bars across the country. In an article for The Wisdom…

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Black Pro-Life Students Swim Upstream

  • April 14, 2019

Black Pro-Life Students Swim Upstream By Anne Reed Black babies are being put to death at an alarming rate. In the context of a culture that secretly consents to abortion as a means of birth control, it takes courage to rise up, speak out, and do something about it. According…

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Knowing You’ll Be There

  • April 14, 2019

Knowing You’ll Be There By Dennis Huebshman Whenever a loved one leaves due to death, there’s a natural grieving process that takes place. It can range from deep sadness to outright despair. Just because someone is a Christian, and the deceased loved one was a Christian also, does not take…

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Battlefield Tactics

  • April 14, 2019

Battlefield Tactics By Jack Kinsella The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics explains why paper, trees, coal, gas and all things like them burn, why sand and dry ice even in pure oxygen can’t ever burn, why the sun will eventually cool down, why iron rusts, why there are hurricanes or any…

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Withered on the Vine

  • April 14, 2019

Withered on the Vine By Jack Kinsella When we were in Israel, we toured Israel’s border with Syria near the Golan Heights. Going up from the floor of the Galilee one can actually note the changes in elevation by the different crops planted at the various levels. Thanks to Israel’s…

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The Epistles of John

  • April 14, 2019

The Epistles of John By Chuck Missler The early church in the first century was under attack from both the inside and the outside. So what has changed? It should not surprise us that the Holy Spirit has anticipated every conceivable form of attack and diversion, and the three epistles…

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Why Are There Four Gospels?

  • April 14, 2019

Why Are There Four Gospels? By Chuck Missler Each of the four Gospels presents Jesus Christ from a different point of emphasis. Matthew Matthew, being a Levite, emphasizes Jesus as the Messiah, the Lion of the Tribe of Judah. Each of the subtleties of his design supports this primary theme.…

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Heresy Hunters And Why I Ain’t One

  • April 13, 2019

Heresy Hunters And Why I Ain’t One By Jack Kinsella From time to time, somebody will send me a column, or someone will post one in the member’s section, ‘exposing’ the latest false teacher. From Rick Warren to Benny Hinn to Paul Crouch, plus a dozen or so others, Kenneth…

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The Shroud of Turin

  • April 13, 2019

The Shroud of Turin By Jack Kinsella In 1988, researchers tested the famous “Shroud of Turin” by snipping a tiny piece from the edge of the cloth and subjecting it to a radiocarbon dating process. The cloth was conclusively dated as no earlier than the 12th century and no later…

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The Corinthian Letters

  • April 13, 2019

The Corinthian Letters By Chuck Missler One of the most strategic locations in the Roman world was the isthmus of Corinth. This narrow neck of land between the Corinthian Gulf and the Saronic Gulf guaranteed its continued commercial prosperity. The transit across this isthmus avoided the long, risky voyage around…

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