Monthly Archives: December 2011

A Heart for Hollywood

‘What’s a Nice Christian Girl like You doing in Hollywood?’ By Grace Balint I taught Grace when she was a senior in high school. I’ve known her for a very long time. I asked her to write this article to … Continue reading

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Clint Eastwood’s Christian Characters?

Clint Eastwood’s Christian Characters By Eric Rauch Although Clint Eastwood is not particularly known for being a religious guy, his last two movies are prime examples of how the Christian worldview can be applied and taught using the medium of … Continue reading

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“The Government Shall be upon His Shoulder”

“The Increase of His Government and Peace” By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony                                       One of the most important prophecies concerning the birth of … Continue reading

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Gnostic Spirituality

Gnosticism, the Soul-Only “Gospel,” and the End Times By Gary DeMar A prominent end-time advocate writes that “the church is not in the business of taking anything away from Satan but the souls of men.” This person also believes that … Continue reading

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Pietism in Christianity

How Pietism Deceives Christians The Errors of Elitist Teachings in the Church by Bob DeWaay  There are no extraordinary Christians; but being an ordinary Christian is an extraordinary thing. How I wish I would have understood that when I was … Continue reading

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The Anti-Christian Nature of Modern Environmentalism

The following is an article written by Kevin Clauson in 1990. The basic premise of his analysis from a biblical worldview is as relevant today as it was when it was published.   PCC. Environmentalism: A Modern Idolatry By Kevin L. Clauson Utopian Environmentalism offers … Continue reading

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Pluriformity and Social Justice

Neo-Calvinism and Social Justice By David T. Koyzis There is a rather quaint way of describing the modern maldistribution of the world’s goods between haves and have-nots. The fact that some people live in want while others live comfortably—that some … Continue reading

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Human Will and Fascist Spirituality

Ideas Have Consequences: A Partial Paraphrase and Review of Modern Fascism by Gene Edward Veith by Bob DeWaay “… academic freedom must go. Once the idea about certainty concerning the knowledge of the truth is rejected, then the freedom of those … Continue reading

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The Spirit and Community

The Spirit and Community: A Historical Perspective by Gerald Bray This essay surveys the ways in which Spirit-led community has been understood at different times in Christian history. After explaining the basic principles of medieval Christendom, it examines the ways … Continue reading

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Revelation of the Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit By Edwin Palmer   I. The Holy Spirit Is a Person One of the distinguishing marks of a Christian is his belief in the Holy Spirit as a Person. From the early days of the church to … Continue reading

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