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Becoming a Muslim and a Killer for Allah

It is an axiom of religious life that, belief dictates behavior. The devout Christian, who believes that Christ would have His followers love one another, and do good to all men, will try to comply with the known will of the Lord. Conversely, the devout Muslim who believes that Allah would have his followers slaughter…… Continue reading Becoming a Muslim and a Killer for Allah

Apologetics · Sanctification · Society · The Gospels · The Prophets

Do Not Swim with the “Ducks” in the Cesspool of Sin

“Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, 14 I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus” (Phil. 3:13-14). “Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true,…… Continue reading Do Not Swim with the “Ducks” in the Cesspool of Sin

Dispensationalism · End Times Issues · Prophecy · The Prophets

An Erroneous Teacher Today Is the False Prophet of Tomorrow

As the eyes of the world are drawn towards the current events in Russia and the Crimea, many prophetic pundits are eagerly waiting to see what will happen next. Once more the modern day prophetic teachers are announcing that the headlines of today fulfill ancient biblical prophecies. With a fixed Dispensational paradigm in mind, the…… Continue reading An Erroneous Teacher Today Is the False Prophet of Tomorrow

Culture & Society · Sin · The Prophets

America’s Exceptionalism That Isn’t That Exceptional

It’s hard to argue against someone when he or she claims we live in the greatest country on earth, the United States of America. There is much talk in political realms, mostly in the conservative sphere, that is, about “American Exceptionalism” and greatness. While this phrase is not meant to communicate the idea we are…… Continue reading America’s Exceptionalism That Isn’t That Exceptional