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The Sinner in the Saint

The Sinner in the Saint By Pete Garcia One of the greatest paradoxical mysteries in all of the known universe, is that of the mystery of Christ in the believer. How can an all holy, all righteous, divine Being who is Creator and will not tolerate even the tiniest infraction…

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Grace, Freely

Grace, Freely By Wendy Wippel Grace, freely. The notion of God's grace supplying salvation through faith is accused by some of being unfair. What about the primitive tribes in Africa and South America? What about the people who haven't heard? Well... what about the promises of God? Like Jeremiah 29:13,…

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Double Vision

Double Vision By Wendy Wippel My intent for today's column was, like most weeks, something in the area of apologetics --meaning head knowledge that proves the Bible is true. But that changed with a phone call. One that notified me that yet another strong Christian marriage has gone down in…

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Misconceptions About Heavenly Rewards (Part 4 of 6)

Misconceptions About Heavenly Rewards (Part 4 of 6) By Nathan Jones Are heavenly rewards merely temporary? Each mid-July our ministry sponsors a Bible conference that is held in the Dallas, Texas area. In 2017, our conference’s theme was “Living with Hope in the End Times.” One of the powerful presentations…

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The Old Arab Fear Tactic That Came to Washington

The Old Arab Fear Tactic That Came to Washington By Nonie Darwish Now that the note supposedly showing "collusion" between the Trump campaign and Russia has been outed by Foreign Policy as mainly an attempted Russian hit-job on William Browder, what is the true threat to the United States? For…

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Secrets of the Third Commandment

Secrets of the Third Commandment By Wendy Wippel God himself, through Moses, handed down ten main commandments. Keep God first, don't worship things, don't take the name of God in vain, keep the Sabbath, honor your parents, don't commit murder or adultery, and don't steal, lie, or covet stuff that…

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A Saint By Any Other Name

A Saint By Any Other Name By Wendy Wippel The account of Daniel and his three friends-- captured and taken to Babylon as slaves is a great example of faith and a testimony to perseverance in the face of difficulty. It is also an account that is inarguably historically true.…

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The Late, Great Book of the Revelation

The Late, Great Book of the Revelation By Wendy Wippel From where I sit (and I sincerely hope I'm wrong. But I don't think so) the church as a whole seems to have kicked the prophetic Scriptures to the curb lately (despite the fact at least a third of the…

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Whole Lot of Shakin’ Going On

Whole Lot of Shakin' Going On By Wendy Wippel In the old days (i.e, 1980s) the prevailing view was that our universe was made up of particles, like protons and electrons. Particle physics, however, has since been replaced by String Theory, in which the universe is comprised of one-dimensional strings.…

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The LGBT Agenda – 10 Things You Need to Know

The LGBT Agenda – 10 Things You Need to Know By Shane Idleman I recently spoke at a community college in Southern California demonstrating that faith and science are not at odds. In posts leading up to the event, I was labeled a “hate pastor” as LGBT activists protested the…

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