Author Archives: ajmacdonaldjr

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Christian Zionism vs The Bible

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Trump & Israel: A Jewish Perspective

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Heroin overdose victims being cannibalized for organs

cannibalize – to remove parts, equipment, assets, employees, etc., from (an item, product, or business) in order to use them in another: to cannibalize old airplanes for replacement parts. “An unexpected benefit from the opioid epidemic. The jump in overdose … Continue reading

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The Judgment of Jonah

“That the conversion which God accepts is an interested one is self-evident. Every conversion is interested. Who can dare to say that his own life and death are of no concern to him? What ridiculous idealism would make us so … Continue reading

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Utilizing new media to speak directly to the people

Newt Gingrich on Team Trump breaking the elite media in order to speak directly to the American people (after 1:26 in the video below): “They can close down the elite press… They can create entirely new venues to inform the … Continue reading

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Can you imagine following Jesus apart from your politics?

From Keith Giles’ blog… As we look forward to the release of my new book, “Jesus Untangled: Crucifying Our Politics to Pledge Allegiance to the Lamb” on Jan. 20th, here’s a quick test to find out how entangled you are and … Continue reading

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Revelation and the End of All Things

I’ve finished reading Craig Koester’s book Revelation and the End of All Things and I thought I would share my opinion of his book. I really enjoyed this book. I found it to be both informative and edifying. Oftentimes books written by … Continue reading

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