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Jonathan Edwards, New Creation, and the Christian Sabbath

Every once in a while I come across a quote worth saving, and I figure that makes it also worth sharing. Consider this one of those. The ancient churches, being commanded to keep a seventh day in commemoration of the … Continue reading

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One Who Rules in the Kingdoms of Men

“Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth.” Matthew 5:5 Foundational to this biblical truth are two other biblical truths, both of which will become increasingly important for us to cement into our minds. Let me explain. If … Continue reading

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Swapping Ideals

Christianity is the sort of thing that should, and necessarily will, change culture. In our own day, however, many Christians are far more content to let culture change Christianity. Reform without unity is chaos, and unity requires common goals. Here … Continue reading

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The Future of the Nations

What will the future of the nations be? If you haven’t read my previous post, you ought to read that one before this one. The flip side of the question regarding the Church before Christ’s return, is essentially a question … Continue reading

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A Fork of Three Roads

The whole discussion about the End Times (eschatology) seems to focus strictly on the events taking place when Jesus returns, or maybe seven years prior. The unsung, and equally (if not more) important question that we answer inadvertently with our … Continue reading

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Onward, Christian Soldier

There is much controversy in the world today when discussing the issue of social transformation for the follower of Christ. All one has to do is turn on the news to see the tension between Bible-believing Christians and the secular … Continue reading

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Cheer Up, Buttercup

Since the rise of Scofieldism in the last hundred years or so there has been an increasingly pessimistic outlook on the culmination of history. It seems that the dominant eschatological view today is equivalent to that of a house that … Continue reading

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