The thought police are alive and well in San Antonio

Christians who speak of sin and exhort non-believers to repent is called hate speech by the secular world. And it is hate speech. The secular world hates it and wants to stop us from speaking it. Here are two current examples. This first one is from March of 2012 but is representative of how the …

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Messianic return from Jewish point of view

A Haaretz (Israel daily newspaper) article today. It is interesting to read of Messianic prophecy from the point of view of a person who does not believe the New Testament, but should have a better grasp of eschatology than is evidenced in this article. It is rife with errors but also contains some truth.Why do …

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UPDATED– How to approach prophecy, plus, snow tornado

Editor's Note--I don't usually update essays after a few hours at most, preferring to leave them alone. But today I was reading John MacArthur's "Christ's Prophetic Plans" and some things in there just dovetailed erfectly with what I was saying here. I am adding the prophecy chart and a paragraph that explains why prophecy is …

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