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An Apologetic to the Objectivist Worldview of Ayn Rand

Posted on Jan 29, 2015 in Apologetics, Featured, Philosophy | 1 comment

by Jennifer Ewing –“Who is John Galt?” this is the pressing mystery in Rand’s bestseller Atlas Shrugged. He is Ayn Rand’s ideal thinking man; an inventor and philosopher who decided to organize intellectuals to strike against the corrupt and parasitic societies and governments. For the objectivist this is “the concept of man as a heroic being, with his own happiness as the moral purpose of his life, with productive achievement as his noblest activity, and reason as his only...

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The Supremacy of Christ

Posted on Jan 29, 2015 in Featured, Jesus, deity of | 0 comments

by Jeff Heslop – Have you ever thought about how important it is to have confidence in people or things you depend on? For example, we often depend on a good friend for help in times of need, for good counsel, and for companionship. But what if we discover that our friend is no longer trustworthy? The damage to our confidence in him or her affects our sense of well being. What about the confidence we place in institutions?...

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The Matrix of Sin

Posted on Dec 30, 2014 in Culture, Film | 0 comments

by Joe Parle – One of my favorite movies is the Matrix. It shows a world has been greatly deceived by an evil force that has bound them in a dream world. A key statement is when Morpheus says, “I know exactly what you mean. You look like a man who accepts what he sees because he is expecting to wake up. Ironically, that is not far from the truth. The Matrix is everywhere. It is all around. It is...

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The Christian’s Motivation For Serving God

Posted on Dec 3, 2014 in Priorities, Success | 0 comments

by Charlie Bing – Introduction Why do Christians serve God? Why should Christians live a godly life? At one time or another most believers have probably questioned their motives for service and godly living.The purpose of this study is to explore motivations for Christian service and godly living by looking at biblical data. The study will focus chiefly on the Christian’s motivation for serving and actively living for God because there are less discernible passive forms of doing God’s...

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The Temples of the Bible, Part 2

Posted on Dec 3, 2014 in Israel | 0 comments

by Andy Woods – I recently returned from a trip to Israel. While there I enjoyed an extensive tour of the Temple Mount with Dr. Randall Price and World of the Bible Ministries. Thus, I have been thinking quite a bit lately about the biblical temples. It seems to me that the various Jerusalem temples described in the Bible represent one of the great unifying themes of Scripture. They represent God’s past, present, and future hand in history. Thus, one...

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Biblically Defending Biblical Inerrancy

Posted on Nov 11, 2014 in Bible, Theology | 1 comment

by Gilles Despin An old thesis written in 1868 in Strasbourg, France, presents some principles in Bible translation. While criticizing a few very literal versions (like those of Lausanne and Darby), the author declared that the versions had been done according to the principle of ‘plenary theopneusty,’ “A theory of inspiration recognized to be false today by many enlightened people and by skillful theologians who cannot be all accused of incredulity and impiety. Those translators, even without knowing it,...

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The Sufficiency of Scripture: Is God’s Word Enough, Part 5

Posted on Oct 25, 2014 in Bible | 1 comment

by Steve Spurlin Modern Day Attacks Against the Sufficiency of Scripture Fast forward a few years and we find we are fighting the same battle. Let us once again set the stage in preparation to examine the current state of affairs in the battle over the sufficiency of God’s word. Dr. James T. Draper has set the boundary from one direction when he states: “The destructive critics have shifted from revelation to reason. The naturalistic, uniformitarian scientists have shifted...

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Introduction to Dispensational Distinctives in Theology

Posted on Oct 25, 2014 in Theology | 1 comment

by Nicholas Kroncke “Hi, Brother Johnny. Can I ask you a question? I know that you’re in seminary so I hope you’ll be able to answer my question.” “Sure thing, Brother Luke. What’s on your mind?” “Well I was watching a YouTube video one of my Facebook friends posted on their page last night and it was about the end times. I think it said it was about escha … escta…” “Oh, is the word that you’re looking for...

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The Temples of the Bible, Part 1

Posted on Sep 14, 2014 in History, Israel | 0 comments

by Andy Woods – I have just returned from a trip to Israel. While there I enjoyed an extensive tour of the Temple Mount with Dr. Randall Price and World of the Bible Ministries. Thus, I have been thinking quite a bit lately about the biblical temples. It seems to me that the various Jerusalem temples described in the Bible represent one of the great unifying themes of Scripture. They represent God’s past, present, and future hand in history....

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