Roy Moore’s Loss & Escaping the Matrix

I have not posted much on social media about Roy Moore because I am not overly in loveAi??with the fact that his denials about dating teenagers when he was in his thirties have been anything but clear and to the point. At best, they were mixed.Ai?? Talk about an elephant in the room for Moore […]

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Thank the Universe and an Asparagus

Note from the editor: With this article we are pleased as punch to introduce to you the writing of Pastor Steve Sanchez.Ai?? He is a good friend of mine and is a gifted writer.Ai?? –Jon Speed ——————————————————————————————————————- THE WORST THANKSGIVING SERVICE I ever saw advertised was from a church in Dripping Springs, TX that had […]

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A Gospel Spam Review of The Theonomy Debate!

A week or so ago Dr. Joel McDurmon (American Vision) and Pastor Jordan Hall (Pulpit and Pen Sermon Audio broadcast) debated the topic, Is the civil law of God obligatory for all nations? As you might guess, McDurmon argued in the affirmative and Hall the negative. In an amazing feat of speed-production, Marcus Pittman of […]

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Trick or Treating for the First Time.

Trick or Treat! On Friday night I took my kids trick or treating for the first time. They’re not three and four years old. My boys are eight and ten and my eldest daughter is twenty. She had never been trick or treating before. My youngest daughter, Samantha, preserved the family’s salvation by staying home […]

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Mocking Christ’s Enemies: A Defense of Halloween

In 1996, James B. Jordan published this article titled “Concerning Halloween” where he looks at the history of Halloween being a picture for Christ’s victory over the demonic realm. What do you think? Is Halloween a time where we worship evil and death or mock it, knowing its end is near? Comment below. It has […]

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The Wonderful Game of Life

The Wonderful Game of Life

The following post is by Guest Contributor Chad Trotter. There was a game that my little brother and I use to play as kids. We called it hawgs-dawgs. Wait, you’ve never played? Really? Oh, let me explain! You see, my little brother Brandon and I grew up rather poor. We didn’t know it. That was […]

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Prequel: An Overview of Orthodox Eschatology

INTRODUCTION: Eschatology is the study of last things. All doctrinally orthodox eschatological positions believe three essential things: At the end of history, Jesus will physically resurrect the bodies of both believers and unbelievers through a tomb-emptying resurrection. Jesus will execute the final Judgment on mankind and quarantine unbelievers in the lake of fire. Jesus will […]

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Some People Do Put God in a Box

What’s In a Cliche? “Putting God in a box”: it’s one of those Christian cliches that has the same effect on me as someone loudly chomping on their chewing gum, or someone struggling violently to “play” an instrument for the first time, or having nowhere else to eat but McDonald’s, or seeing a man wearing […]

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1 corinthians 15 devotional on the resurrection

1 Corinthians 15 – Devotional on the Resurrection

For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received: that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day in accordance with the Scriptures, and that he appeared to Cephas, then to the twelve. Then he appeared to […]

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Best Sermons on Marriage

One of the best sermons on marriage you will ever hear…

Pastor Kevin Hass, of By Grace Community Church preached this sermon on Ephesians 5 on April 27th, 2014 during his sermon series on Ephesians. This is perhaps one of the best sermons on Marriage and submission available. Take 45 Minutes out of your day and take a listen to this, for the sake of your […]

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