Monthly Archives: November 2009

Steve Camp on the Manhattan Declaration

Just last night my wife and I were at some friends’ house playing Settler’s of Catan.  We usually listen to music while we are playing games.  At one point, I asked, "Is this Steve Camp?"  My friend said, "Yeah, you … Continue reading

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Here, teach this!

The LORD is truly working through His people to carry out the great commission.  Although I don’t blog about missionaries that frequently, I do receive updates on a couple of key missionaries that I know.  One is in Lebanon teaching … Continue reading

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USPS says no more Santa letters

I’m in the Christmas spirit.  Well, maybe after Thanksgiving I will be.  No, I am deciding to be right now in spite of a decision by the United States Postal Service to participate in what is seems at first glance … Continue reading

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ACFHP ~ Toward Covenant Theology

The seventh chapter in the book A Case For Historic Premillennialism is entitled Toward the Reformed and Covenantal Theology of Premillennialism, subtitled A Proposal, and is written by Sung Wook Chung, one of the editors of the book.  This chapter … Continue reading

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The Plainness of Romans 8:16-25

As children of God, we are to receive in inheritance.  Romans 8:16-25 makes is quite plain what type of inheritance this will be.  First off, if you are not a child of God, if you do not suffer with Christ, … Continue reading

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ACFHP ~ The Early Church

ACFHP ~ Contemporary Millennial/Tribulational Debates: Whose Side Was the Early Church On?   The sixth chapter (or essay) in the book A Case For Historic Premillennialism is titled Contemporary Millennial/Tribulational Debates by Donald Fairbairn and is subtitled Whose Side Was … Continue reading

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The Great Divorce/High Countries

Yesterday, TC Robinson at New Leaven posted on where we go when we die.  He lists all the choices including soul sleep, the great white throne judgment, and heaven.  He points out that we don’t need fancy charts or a … Continue reading

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The next time, He’ll use fire

PreWrath author, Kristen Wisen, has been blogging for a couple of months now.  She has just written a post comparing the destruction of the flood of Noah with the destruction that will accompany Christ’s second coming.  The passage which parallels … Continue reading

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Psalm 2 ~ Kiss the Bar

I just finished a great article in Zion’s Fire entitled Psalm 2: The Psalm of the 4 Speakers by Dr. Gary Cohen.  I have spent a good deal of time studying Psalm 2 in the past, but looking at it … Continue reading

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The Day of the LORD in relation to the rapture of the church

The Day of the LORD in relation to the rapture   The Thessalonian epistles stand in a unique position to explain to us the relationship of the phrase “The Day of the LORD” in relation to the coming of Christ, … Continue reading

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