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Deutsch: Gottfried Feder und Adolf Hitler 1919

Is Persecution Right Around the Corner?

In 1936 Germany was in the midst of economic ruin and social upheaval, facing an uncertain future.  A charismatic leader by the name of Adolph Hitler was rising to power and he pointed Germans to a new direction that would bring the nation and its people back to greatness—if they only trusted him. He consolidated […]

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Church: Choose clarity or confusion

In a time when the enemy is using confusion as a tool to deceive many, why would Christian leaders choose ambiguity over clarity? As we’re going to see today, ambiguity about important issues is often a symptom of yoking with the world and wanting to be liked by everybody. So we’ve become Christians who want […]

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Emergence Christianity "Explosion!"

Emergence Christianity "Explosion!"

“We’re not dead; we’re just hitting puberty!” So say yesterday’s trailblazers and newly-coached leaders in the Emergent Church movement, which we were told two years ago (By John MacArthur!) was gasping its last breath. These post-modern gurus who spawned the whole lets-have-a-conversation-because-we-can’t-possibly-know-absolute-truth-in-scripture thought are still out there, and their numbers aren’t dwindling at all. Not […]

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Inaugural pullout: Did Louie Giglio Compromise?

Inaugural pullout: Did Louie Giglio Compromise?

Pastor Louie Gigolo has withdrawn his acceptance of the President’s invitation to do the benediction at the inauguration, after a 15-year-old sermon surfaced in which he said homosexuality is a sin. Earlier this week he said he was excited and honored to perform the benediction, but today Giglio announced he does not wish to be […]

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Stained glass at St John the Baptist

Lordship Salvation and why it is controversial

Today we are continuing our discussion about how we hear from God, and if you missed yesterday’s program we shared just some of what the Bible has to say on the topic. But there’s more! Once again, we’ll open this up for discussion and read some of your insightful comments. And then in part two, […]

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I stand with Planned Parenthood

Direct revelation?

Today we’re covering several topics on our program. In our second half, we’re beginning our discussion about what the Bible says about direct revelation from God. There’s been a lot of buzz in Christian news recently about teachers who claim that God gave them a word for all of us. How do we discern whether […]

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God on our terms, and terms that matter

Does God dream, or does He know? If He is love, does He hate? Why are words like missional, contemplative and spiritual being twisted by the enemy and lead to confusion in the Church? There is a lost and hurting world, and a whole new generation of Christians who are getting their ideas about Christian […]

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Letter: Youth group "Monk Night" and hearing God

Letter: Youth group "Monk Night" and hearing God

We get letters from listeners around the nation and the world, telling us their heartbreaking stories of some of the ways New Age mysticism has infiltrated their local churches. I’ve been corresponding with a mom from a northwestern state, who has been struggling with some paradigm shifts in what they thought was a solid, Christ-centered […]

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Atheists demand middle school remove Jesus painting

Atheists demand middle school remove Jesus painting

Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation is at it again. This time, they’re demanding that a middle school in Ohio remove a portrait from a hallway where it has hung since 1947. A student, some 66 years ago, gave the portrait to his school as a gift. And student gifts are perfectly acceptable for display, according […]

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English: Picture of Collin Leijenaar & Neal Mo...

Thoughts on Secular Humanism and Liberal Christianity

We’ve been talking about the so-called “head of the octopus” of all the harmful movements you’ve seen sneaking into the Church in the past several decades. Thanks to secular humanism, dominionism and liberal Christianity, those movements no longer need to sneak; they march proudly down the center aisle and perch themselves in the front pew. […]

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It’s Cute When the Baby Makes a Mess

Why do we do what we don’t want to do, and don’t do what we should do? It’s a question of “doo.” Sin is messy, no doubt. And for the Christian on a journey, we all want to put this issue of sin in its proper perspective. Some say we sin because we believe wrong […]

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For such a time as this…

Today we’re diving into the news affecting the Church, and how we as Christians should view these things.  In this first segment we’re going to start off the program with a look at the Book of Esther. Why? Because we think there is a treasure trove of information packed into this book that we can […]

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Daniel Plan

LifeChurchTV is "Daniel Fasting" sort of

Looks like LifeChurch TV is going to partake in a 21-day “Daniel Fast,” by giving up meat, dairy and sugar, among other foods. They’re doing this for health reasons and also “to experience His presence on a whole new level.” The Oklahoma-based mega-church, headed by Craig Groeschel, encouraged its members to visit the website of […]

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English: Damascus domes

Prophecy and the Damascus countdown

Things are heating up in the Middle East. The United Nations estimated Wednesday that more than 60,000 people have been killed in Syria’s 21-month-old uprising against authoritarian rule, a toll one-third higher than what anti-regime activists had counted, according to the AP. The U.N. human rights chief called the toll “truly shocking.” Subscribe (RSS | […]

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