Reader Questions (Part 7) – Mar./Apr. 2014

This installment of Reader Questions attempts to answer the very old questions about God “hating” Esau and God “repenting.” It also addresses an important textual issue in Luke 10:1, the so-called Jesus Seminar, and one other contemporary theological movement. The latter two subjects, in fact, provide a preview to Pastor’s…

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The Forgotten Tozer – Nov./Dec. 2013

A. W. Tozer, many decades ago, faced and pointedly addressed most of the same issues that are diluting Christianity and undermining the Church today. Along with several others, Tozer was among one of those rare men of faith and conviction who upheld the authority of Scripture and purity of the…

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Lessons from Melchisedec – Jul./Aug. 2013

Melchisedec appears suddenly and briefly in the Old Testament, but his special role in Abraham’s life, as well as his significance for the future, makes him an important figure. This study, therefore, presents four aspects of Melchisedec, his: personage, priesthood, permanence, and precedent. We hope this article will be an…

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The Perils of Preterism – Jan./Feb. 2013

Preterism is an understanding of eschatology that has become increasingly more popular in recent years. In an attempt to bring biblical understanding to these issues, “The Perils of Preterism” emphasizes: What is Preterism?; The History of Preterism; The Date of the Book of Revelation; The Meaning of Matthew 24:34; The…

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