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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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New Vatican Document on Catholic-Jewish Relations

New Vatican Document on Catholic-Jewish Relations “I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” ~ Jesus Christ (Matthew 15:24) “For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for … Continue reading

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John Hagee’s Anti-Christian Judeolatry

John Hagee’s Anti-Christian Judeolatry Written by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. “This is Part 1 of a three part review of Hagee’s very confused, very popular book on Israel: John Hagee, In Defense of Israel: The Bible’s Mandate for Supporting the … Continue reading

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Michael Voris on Hell

“Balthasar, in Dare We Hope “That All Men Be Saved”? claimed there was no certainty that anyone is in Hell or ever will be in Hell. He stated that “the Church … has never said anything about the damnation of any individual. Not even about that of Judas.” Thus, he declared, every Christian has the “obligation” to hope that all men are saved, including Judas…” Continue reading

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Pop goes the Pope — Pope Francis: Pop Culture Icon

In today’s postmodern popular culture, no person and no institution should be as hated as should be the pope and the Catholic Church. Yet today’s postmodern popular culture loves Pope Francis, if not the Catholic Church, which Francis is trying very hard to put a new, hip, friendly, and oh-so-tolerant face on… in order to make the Church appear relevant to postmodern persons, by ridding her of everything today’s postmodern popular culture needs: timeless morals, traditions, and — yes — dogma… Continue reading

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Honky-Tonk Gospel

“Country music is music for adults. Rock and roll is about adolescence — their young loves and lusts, their rebellions, and their insecurities. No such generation gap exists in country music…. country music sings about adult concerns: marriage, work, children, memories. It also sings frankly and poignantly about adult problems: divorce, single parenthood, alcoholism, job woes, money worries, loneliness, death.” (Honky-Tonk Gospel, p 12) Continue reading

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Sandy Hook: Learning to Accept Death and Loss?

Sandy Hook = “A global agenda to keep the people calm and quite as they suffer loss… The battle for our minds has now become the battle for our hearts.” ~ Sofia Smallstorm Continue reading

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