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Slippery Slope

Understanding Progressive Christianity

We want to do as much as we can to reach out to those in our families and churches who say they are Christian, but do not take the Bible as literal truth. Does it matter? Yes. Jesus said that He is the Truth. And we cannot know Him apart from what His breathed-out Word […]

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When a gift is wisdom and maturation

Today as we continue our discussion on biblical prophecy, we ask our listeners how God speaks through Scripture, and whether the “gift of prophecy” is really the gift of the Holy Spirit, sanctifying us to be able to see Scriptural truths more clearly as our faith matures. One thing we do know: The Bible does […]

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Extra-biblical prophecies: How do we weigh them?

We know that Jesus said to watch for the signs of the times and to be ready for His return as conquering King. And while many Christians today shrug off these words Jesus had to say as if it didn’t apply to them, we believe God’s Word – all of it – including the nearly […]

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A literal truth

What do Christian’s believe and why do we believe it? Today we’re discussing literally the literalism of the Word of God, and why many Christians in our generation are no longer willing to look at the fundamentals of our faith as truth. We know that the world has always dismissed the Bible as untrustworthy; just […]

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Tightening the Screws

Will we remain faithful no matter what the cost? Or seek compromise for the sake of popularity and worldly prosperity?

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Differing Views on Biblical Prophecy

Have you ever been listening to a conversation between Christians talking about biblical prophecy when suddenly your eyes glaze over as you hear these words? Premillenialism.  Dispensationalism.  Amillennialism.  Replacement Theology. Just what do these terms mean as it relates to biblical prophecy?  How important are they to the life of a Christian as we look […]

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Hath God Said?

Hath God really said? Sometimes what we think is biblical isn’t really in the Bible at all. Our guest Tim Chaffey from Answers in Genesis weighs in today.  Tim earned a M.Div., specializing in Apologetics and Theology, and a Th.M. in Church History and Theology from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. He also holds a B.S. […]

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Common Core and the pressure to conform

Today we are diving into several controversial topics. In our second half, we’re discussion some theological perspectives on prayer, and how without a biblical understanding, we can make prayer about doing all sorts of things that the Bible says we ought not to do. In our first segment today, another controversial topic we cover here […]

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BARBARA WALTERS: “WE THOUGHT THAT [OBAMA] WAS GOING TO BE…THE NEXT MESSIAH”

Barbara Walters: “He made so many promises,” she began. “We thought that he was going to be – I shouldn’t say this at Christmastime, but – the next messiah. And the whole Obamacare, or whatever you want to call it, that Affordable Health Act, it just hasn’t worked for him, and he’s stumbled around on it, […]

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On plagiarism, tone, and tribalism

Today we’re talking about plagiarism, tribalism and tone. And one more word: integrity.  There have  been some news headlines lately in Christendom that we need to talk about. And we need to do this sensitively and biblically. But full disclosure here today, this is one of those times when we do need to name names […]

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