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Why Jesus Cleansed the Temple — Twice

Why Jesus Cleansed the Temple Twice (a long-standing mystery solved) By Dr. Joel McDurmon A long-standing problem of New Testament studies has been why Jesus is recorded as having cleansed the temple of the moneychangers twice. John records it happening at the … Continue reading

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The Judgment on the Tower of Babel

The Tower of Babel: Work and Confusion By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony The judgment on the Tower of Babel builders should concern us all, because it is a continuing judgment on all their imitators. The Tower represented a one-world governmental center … Continue reading

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The Divisive Jesus

The Divisive Jesus (Luke 12:49-59) By Steven J. Cole  Most of us have had experiences that have forever changed our lives, either for the better or for the worse. We didn’t know when we got up that morning that before … Continue reading

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Jesus: His Judgment and His Grace

Jesus v. Jerusalem: A Wasted Calling By Dr. Joel McDurmon With His face still set against Jerusalem (Luke 9:51), Jesus continued His journey, prosecuting His case against the adulterous city as He went. Picking up after the parable of the strong man … Continue reading

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Jesus ‘Sets his Face’ for a Showdown in Jerusalem

Jesus v. Jerusalem: Christ’s Indictment of Rebellion and Faithlessness Dr. Joel McDurmon Most people don’t realize that many if not most of Jesus’ parables were intended not as general morality tales, but as particular pronouncements of coming judgment and change. … Continue reading

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The Church — Justice, Judgment, and Peace

The Sovereign’s Courts (The Kingdom of God vs. The Kingdom of Man) By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony (1 Cor. 6:1-8) Dare any of you, having a matter against another, go to law before the unjust, and not before the saints? Do … Continue reading

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Jesus, the Welfare State, and Government Coercion

What Would Jesus Take? Dr. Joel McDurmon As things normally go in the world of professional talk, an off-hand comment by a conservative commentator has provided another occasion for a liberal pundit to make an idiot out of himself (please … Continue reading

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Jesus, the Community, and the Presence of God

Jesus v. Jerusalem: Christ’s Indictment of Rebellion and Faithlessness by Dr. Joel McDurmon Most people don’t realize that many if not most of Jesus’ parables were intended not as general morality tales, but as particular pronouncements of coming judgment and change. … Continue reading

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The Commandments of God and the Faith of Jesus

Love, Law, and Modern Thought “Here is a call for the endurance of the saints, those who keep the commandments of God and the faith of Jesus.” (Revelation 14: 12) By Pete Coker In modern Christian thought, reasoning from man … Continue reading

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Protestantism and Progress

Protestantism and Progress by Theodore Plantinga Post-Enlightenment Christianity  What would you say if someone called you a “post-Enlightenment” Christian? Would you be upset? It happened to me once, but no insult was intended. A colleague of mine declared that a … Continue reading

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