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A bigger view

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:59 — 20.8MB) Today we’re talking Israel, Easter, news of the day and whatever else is on your mind with Pastor Chris Quintana. Chris Quintana is senior pastor at Calvary Chapel Cypress in California. Chris has a love for Bible Prophecy and sees the modern church’s move away from historic Christianity […]

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The New Covenant in Christ’s Atonement

When we hear teachings like,”God doesn’t keep score and I’m free, so why should I worry about keeping His commandments,” we need to lovingly correct this misunderstanding of the Law and the Gospel. Likewise we must set it straight when we hear teachings telling us we must still observe the Hebrew festivals and keep the […]

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The Global Slaughter of Christians and the Silence of the American Church

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Troublemakers in the Church

Who are the real troublemakers in the house of God today? Is it those who cry over the abominations of the church? Is it those who expose sin and testify against the wicked deeds of religious leaders who twist Scripture for their own gain? No, all division is caused by one thing: compromise. All trouble […]

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Are we that third generation?

The Bible says that in the Old Testament, Joshua, son of Nun, had a deep and intimate relationship with the Lord. After his death and the death the next generation, a third generation “grew up, who neither knew the Lord nor what He had done for Israel.  Then the Israelites did evil in the eyes […]

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Researchers Discover Remains of King David’s Palace, ‘Unequivocal Evidence’ of Kingdom

JERUSALEM – Israeli authorities have announced the discovery of remains from King David’s palace near modern-day Jerusalem. In a statement released on Thursday by the Israeli Antiquities Authority (IAA), officials explain how remnants of two buildings were discovered at a site located between Jerusalem and the Mediterranean Sea. The findings came after several years of […]

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Waiting with baited breath

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:43 — 11.6MB) Right at this moment, the U.S. Supreme Court is convened and is expected to deliver rulings this morning in two high-profile cases with national implications on gay marriage. The highest court will issue rulings  - perhaps within this hour – in the last three […]

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The morphing of evangelicalism

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 49:45 — 11.4MB) We’ve got a lot of news to share with you today, including these headlines: American Mosques are off limits for the FBI, WHY? Bill Clinton: “Israel must make peace or disappear” Obama to fill key Vatican post In our first segment we are talking […]

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“Christian Palestinianists” Unable to Establish Beachhead Within Calvary Chapel Movement - May 15

Calvary Chapel says NO

Kudos to Calvary Chapel for standing up against Palestinian activism: “Christian Palestinianists” Unable to Establish Beachhead Within Calvary Chapel Movement In a dramatic showdown last week within the Calvary Chapel movement, the leadership of the California-based association of churches rebuked an event held at North Coast Calvary Chapel that featured a presentation by Palestinian activists. […]

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A breach of apostasy in post-modern churches

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 53:56 — 12.4MB) The time clock is ticking, and we are looking at end-times prophecy being fulfilled before our eyes. If you aren’t “into” prophecy matters in your faith, you are not alone. Many evangelical churches have abandoned prophecy altogether, and in fact are teaching a very […]

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What is Christian Reconstructionism?

Christian Reconstructionism is also known as Theonomy (Rule by God’s law), or Dominion theology. However it is not the same as the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) dominionism. Confused yet? According to CARM, the leaders of this theology arose out of the conservative Reformed (Calvinist) churches.  The leading proponent is Rousas John Rushdoony (1916 – 2001) […]

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Finding God in the details

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:58 — 12.1MB) On this day after the Superbowl, a lot of armchair quarterbacks are weighing in on the game. An interesting survey last week reveals that a lot of the fans believe that God controlled the outcome of the Superbowl game. If that’s true, did He […]

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What is "Christian Palestinianism?"

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:41 — 11.8MB) Last week we covered a movement called Hebrew Roots, and it has inspired a lot of conversation around how we view our Christian heritage, the Old Testament Law and what “grafting” means to Christians.  Today there is another movement that has to do with […]

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Obama Admin Sends Muslim Brotherhood’s Morsi 20 F-16 Warplanes

Outrageous.  Israelnationalnews.com is reporting that Egypt’s unstable Muslim Brotherhood regime, voted into power on an anti-US and anti-Israel platform, is to receive 20 F-16 fighter jets. From…the United States! Read on… Egypt’s increasingly unstable Muslim Brotherhood regime, voted into power on an anti-US and anti-Israel platform, is about to receive 20 F-16 fighters jets despite calls […]

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U.N. to recognize symbolic Palestinian state

Baby steps?  This report was filed by Reuters today: The U.N. General Assembly is set to implicitly recognize a sovereign state of Palestine on Thursday despite threats by the United States and Israel to punish the Palestinian Authority by withholding much-needed funds for the West Bank government. A Palestinian resolution that would change the Palestinian […]

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Volatile times in the Church

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:48 — 11.9MB) We’ve got a jam-packed program today, including some interesting articles to share with you about how the progressive side of Christianity is going to help “save Jesus” be showing you how to re-imagine Him. It’s a small group DVD series designed to get you […]

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Is history unfolding in Israel?

Are we the Church praying for the situation in the Middle East?  As we woke up today, strikes flew across the Gaza border in rapid succession as Israel responded to an onslaught of militant rocket attacks by targeting “terror sites.” The sudden increase in violence has raised fears of a widening conflict that could lead […]

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Future history and the times we’re in

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:34 — 11.8MB) America has spoken, and the next four years are taking us in a direction that — however you look at it — does not surprise our God. We have voted to idolize our flesh and throw God under the altar of the golden calf.  […]

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All That Jazz

Reprinted from Jim Fletcher’s “Rapture Ready” blog: While sitting on my deck earlier this evening, I watched a savage thunderstorm gather, then dump high winds, lightning, and sheets of rain on the trees and hills. I watched the storm for some time, as it came near. About the same time I noticed on my phone […]

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A lurch to the left: The church turned upside-down

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:21 — 11.8MB) How many Post-Moderns does it take to change a church? Only one. And sadly, most churches have them in their pews, in their leadership, and in many cases, in their pulpits. We’re not talking about political liberalism here, we are talking about those who […]

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