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Do Women Regret Their Abortions Enough?

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Editor’s Note: Below is a guest post from evangelist, Tony Miano. Tony is a retired twenty-year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (1987-2007). From 2008 to mid-2012, Tony served at Living Waters in many capacities and co-hosted almost 400 episodes of Living Waters’ live, web-based program, “On the Box, with Ray Comfort.” Currently, Tony’s writing is featured on the Cross Encounters blog (www.CrossEncounters.us). To learn more about Tony click here.Some people, especia … [Read more...]

What is Premillennialism?

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“Premillennialism comes from a term that means, literally, “before the thousand years”. Thus, it is essentially a way of interpreting Revelation 20, which six times mentions a period of a thousand years, during which Satan is bound and believers reign with Christ. Premillennialists believe that Christ will return and establish his Kingdom on earth, and that he will be visibly present for a thousand years, reigning over all the earth in an age of peace and prosperity. Then, after this thous … [Read more...]

Interview – Why Megan and Grace Phelps left Westboro Baptist Church

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The following is an interview CBC's Jian Ghomeshi did with Megan and Grace Phelps-Roper and David Abitbol. If you have followed this story at all, I would encourage you to listen to this interview. I found it very moving at times as you can hear the heart of Megan and Grace come through as they speak.Doctrine matters. What we say online matters. Megan started questioning the doctrines of Westboro Baptist from a conversation on Twitter. Let this be a reminder to all of us when we are … [Read more...]

Arminians, Not Pagans

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We Reformed folk have made some grave errors, and I'll be the first to admit it. I'm not sure how it exactly comes about, but let me suggest that we become puffed up in our knowledge of God's grace and then unknowingly look down on others that don't *know* the same doctrines we know. I've sinned in this area and have had to repent to my Arminian brothers and sisters. To expand a bit more on this, let me give you an example from my own life. When we go home to visit my family, inevitably we … [Read more...]

What is Postmillennialism?

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“Postmillennialism” comes from a term that means, literally, “after the thousand years”. Thus, it is essentially a way of interpreting Revelation 20, which six times mentions a period of a thousand years, during which Satan is bound and believers reign with Christ. Postmillennialists believe that Christ will return after a future golden age of prosperity on the earth, during which time the gospel will have been fruitful in all the world, bringing peace and security to all. Postmillennialists look … [Read more...]

What is Amillennialism?

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“Amillennialism” comes from a term that means, literally, “no thousand years”. Thus, it is essentially a way of interpreting Revelation 20, which six times mentions a period of a thousand years, during which Satan is bound and believers reign with Christ. Amillennialists believe that there will be no future thousand-year period of time when the Kingdom of God will be visibly flourishing in the world, and the whole earth will be fruitful and at peace. Speaking symbollically like the rest of Revela … [Read more...]

C.S. Lewis’ Life Shaped the World of Narnia

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World renowned Christian theologian, historian, biochemist and professor Alister McGrath has written a new book on the life of C.S. Lewis called, C.S. Lewis – A Life: Eccentric Genius, Reluctant Prophet.I was born in the late 80's so I grew up with my Dad reading to my brother and me the Narnia books. It wasn't long after that the movies started coming out. I think it would be fair to say my earliest childhood memories of an author I particularly liked was C.S. Lewis. Why? Narnia.Around t … [Read more...]


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