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What Is Premillenialism?

Premillennialism is one of the three major views of Bible prophecy, but what exactly does it mean?

  • Timothy J. Demy and Thomas Ice |
  • July 29, 2011 |
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Goodness to All

Loving our enemies is not an easy task, but it is what God did for us.

  • Stephen Davey, Wisdom for the Heart |
  • July 12, 2011 |
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Skipping & Tripping: Two Takes on 1 Thessalonians 5

Rejoice always? Pray continually? Who can seriously do that? And is "God's will" really this bare-boned?

  • Laura MacCorkle & Shawn McEvoy |
  • June 28, 2011 |
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Straight Talk about Predestination, Part 3

Let me wrap this up with three conclusions about the doctrine of predestination.

Diagnose Your Moralism

How do you know if you have fallen for the moralistic counterfeit gospel? Here are two easy diagnostics.

Straight Talk about Predestination, Part 2

I’m convinced that Paul wept when he wrote Romans 9. These words come streaming from a broken heart.

Straight Talk about Predestination, Part 1

In the history of the Christian church, few doctrines have been so hotly debated as the doctrine of predestination.

The Mind Versus the Will of the Heart

Today, when people say they cannot believe, it is not a mental problem.

The Definition of an Apostle

What does it mean to be an apostle? At least three things.

The Sacrament of Evangelism: We're Missing Out

This book is about evangelism and discipleship, but on an even deeper level it is about the presence of God in the life of the believer.

  • Stan Guthrie and Jerry Root, Authors |
  • April 26, 2011 |
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The KJV's Royal Treatment

The English-speaking world prepares for the anniversary of the King James Bible.

Is the New Testament Forged?

A major New Testament scholar claims that many of the New Testament documents are forgeries. Are they?

  • Dr. Jerry Newcombe |
  • March 28, 2011 |
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The Once and Future Bible: Why We Still Need the KJV

What we call the KJV had a reach that extended down from heaven and did much to transform the earth, touching both prince and pauper.

The Curse: Thorns, Thistles and Toil

Because of the immense joy and pain I’ve experienced being a parent that I’ve been thinking a great deal lately about how the actions of Adam and Eve, our first parents, influence our daily lives.

Every Story Whispers His Name

Contrary to what many Christians have concluded, the Bible does not tell two stories: the story of Israel in the OT and the story of the church in the NT or the story of law in the OT and the story of grace in the NT. No, the Bible tells one story and points to one figure.

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • February 24, 2011 |
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A Day for Father

Many of the world's most important holidays are tethered to Christian themes and events. Father's Day, too, is linked to Christianity in that it was founded to celebrate the ideals of fatherhood set forth in Scripture.

The Art of Living Well

Solomon’s timeless book of Proverbs provides nuggets of wisdom that are guaranteed to bring success in every area of life.

Can I 'Do All Things?' Examining Philippians 4:13

Many of us could share a time Philippians 4:13 has been an encouragement or a help, or another time where we've used it to admonish others. But was Paul confessing an even greater concept?

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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