Daily Archives: June 19, 2011

Was the Reformation Missions-Minded?

  Was the Reformation Missions-Minded? Michael S. Horton Martin Luther was so certain of the imminent return of Christ that he overlooked the necessity of foreign missions… Calvinists generally used the same line of reasoning, adding the doctrine of election … Continue reading

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Harold Camping, Hal Lindsey, and Chuck Smith

Before Harold Camping, there Were Hal Lindsey and Chuck Smith By Gary DeMar   Before Harold Camping, there were Chuck Smith and Hal Lindsey. Lindsey is the author of widely and wildly popular The Late Great Planet Earth (1970). Smith has … Continue reading

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Ferocious Times

Ferocious Times By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony Again and again, the apostles use the expression “last days” or “last times,” and what is usually meant is the era from Christ’s first coming to His return. These are the last times, says … Continue reading

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A Japanese View of the Palestinians

A Japanese View of the Palestinians By Yashiko Sagamori   An interesting questionnaire for Palestinian Advocates If you are so sure that “Palestine,” the country, goes back through most of recorded history,” I expect you to be able to answer … Continue reading

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