O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?
Posted at The PretCosmos list today...[FROM ED STEVENS] We just got a call from Walt Hibbard requesting our prayers. He told us that he had a stroke last Wednesday which has seriously affected his vision, especially in his left eye. He cannot read emails or anything…Continue
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Has Don K. Preston Incorrectly Separated Matthew 16:27-28 from It's Proper Context?
Some viewers of my YouTube video series on Matthew 16:27-28 have lodged the objection that I separate the verses from the context of Matthew 16. Well, I just posted a response to this claim. The funny thing is that the ones making the…Continue
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JOEL MCDURMON VERSUS GARY NORTH - AN AMERICAN VISION “UNITED FRONT” OR “INCONSISTENT ORTHODOXY” REGARDING THE “HISTORIC VIEW OF THE CHURCH” ON THE PARABLE OF THE WHEAT AND TARES?
By Michael J. Sullivan
I will be adding to this article…Continue
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February 4, 2011
Category: BioLogos Features
Here is a brief excerpt:
“Many believe that the discovery of the great age of the earth forced…Continue
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Half Price Sale on Five Titles!
By John Noe, Jessie Mills, and Randall Otto
NOTE: Three of these titles deal with the resurrection issue from a preterist perspective (Shattering, Results, and…Continue
Second-Century Testimonies excerpt from DeMar's "Last Day's Madness"
Second-century writers believed that the return of Christ was near for them. Henry Clarence Thiessen writes that “the church looked for [Jesus]to come in their day. . . . We may assume that the early church lived in theconstant…Continue