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Tim Challies, blogger, author, and book reviewer.

A Challenge For The Theologically Minded Christian

Tim Challies challenges us to consider if we can know doctrine, yet fail to love God completely: “Have you ever considered how books of the Bible would be changed if God had left out their final chapter? Matthew without chapter 28 would leave us as Christians without a Great Commission. Ruth without chapter 4 would never […]

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Hath God Said?

Hath God really said? Sometimes what we think is biblical isn’t really in the Bible at all. Our guest Tim Chaffey from Answers in Genesis weighs in today.  Tim earned a M.Div., specializing in Apologetics and Theology, and a Th.M. in Church History and Theology from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. He also holds a B.S. […]

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A Postcard from Laodicea

A Postcard from Laodicea

Of all the seven churches Jesus spoke of in the Book of Revelation, the Laodicean Church has the distinction of being labeled the “lukewarm” church.  While today’s Church often boasts of doing great things, overall we are lukewarm as a Body of Christ. This spiritual condition is alarming, but there doesn’t seem to be any […]

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Burger King Theology

You may remember the old BK commercial jingle, “Hold the pickle, hold the lettuce, special orders don’t upset us. All we ask is that you let us serve it your way.” Many Christians today are very particular about which parts of Scripture they want to consume, and which parts they find too distasteful. Perhaps you’ve […]

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Old earth and young earth: Answers in Genesis

How old is the Earth? Does the Bible account for dinosaurs? What about Noah’s Ark? These are questions we all have about the Book of Genesis and the creation of the world. So how do you reconcile your questions with what Scripture teaches about the beginning of time? We’re going to talk with two guests […]

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Calminianism, Armalvinism, or somewhere in the middle?

Calminianism, Armalvinism, or somewhere in the middle?

Today we are talking about something a lot of us don’t discuss much: Calvinism and Arminianism. These are two very different schools of thought in Christian theology, and at times those who are firmly planted in one camp are at odds with those who are staunchly firm in the other. There seems to be Scripture […]

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Emergent-See poster gallery

    These are pretty browse-worthy. Here is the link:    Related articles What is “emergent?” (standupforthetruth.com) What do Emergents say about old-school faith? (standupforthetruth.com)

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How "Replacement Theology" is changing the world

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 believers about bibilical truth as it relates to […]

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Are We Biblically Illiterate?

Did you know that a crisis of basic biblical and theological knowledge exists in America’s churches? Biblical knowledge is at an all-time low, according to recent studies. Tune in and find out what, if anything, churches and leaders can do to fix this growing problem. Download this episode    

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Top Ten Reasons to Avoid Dominionism

Mike & Amy give the top ten reasons the Church needs to be discerning about Dominionism theology. Download this episode Related articles The Emerging Church, Postmodernism, & Irrational Philosophy (apprising.org) Scales and Reflections (standupforthetruth.com)

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There is a movement about that is casting a long shadow for its size. It is known by different handles such as reconstructionism, kingdom theology, theonomy, and dominion theology, and it is a curious blend of Reformed / Calvinist theology and Charismatic influence. While there are relatively few who would call themselves reconstructionists, a number […]

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The Emergent Church Emerging into the Darkness

Check out this website article I found at associatedcontent.com The Emergent Church Emerging into the Darkness As I was researching the emergent church for this article I came across many quotes worthy of comment, but by no means decisively and summarily picturesque of the movement itself, such as; ‘the great iniquity in the distribution of […]

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