Tag Archives: Chosen people
Truth or Consequences

No replacement for Truth

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.9MB) Today we’re looking at why Replacement Theology, the belief that God’s Word has replaced the Jewish people, and that all the promises in the Word go now to the Church. Don’t miss our special guest Laurie Cardoza Moore, founder of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations(PJTN), a ministry forged […]

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Children Walking on Trail

How "Replacement Theology" is changing the world

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.8MB) Some Christian groups preach that the Church has replaced Israel as God’s chosen people. But Replacement Theology could not be further from what God’s Word actually says. Don’t miss our special guest Laurie Cardoza Moore, founder of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations(PJTN), a ministry forged to educate Christian […]

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Compromise and Chrislam

Dave Wager talked yesterday about how so many teachings and opinions these days are a little bit of this and a little bit of that.  Some are mixing teachings from the bible, Islam, the business world and other sources so much that there is no distinct message or flavor in the message any more. We […]

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Red Riding Hood

Will Israel Stand Firm?

Watching events unfold in the Middle East always brings me mixed emotions. Christians have a mandate to defend Israel and the Jews according to the bible. In John 4:22 Jesus declares that salvation is from the Jews. As God’s chosen people, the Jews were the people God chose to deliver His Holy Word and bring […]

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Israel, Masada, Columbarium

Who Are God's People?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.6MB) The strong relationship between Israel and the United States had long been a given, with past presidents from George Washington to Harry Truman affirming shared values and biblical foundations, but this bond has been weakening in recent years. Some say it’s our current administration, while others point […]

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