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The historical credibility of the gospels

Dr. William Lane Craig gives John Ankerberg facts on how we know the stories in the gospels are historically credible and not filled with myths and legends as many critics have falsely claimed.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_yAPShP-rY

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Erdogan calls for Muslim summit to deal with Trump’s Jerusalem decision

HUGE! That's what Trump's fulfillment of one of his major campaign promises was today. He made the right decision and God will bless him for it. Mark my words. It also has some big implications for opening a new chapter of the fulfillment of Bible prophecy. While much of the world is aghast at this… Continue reading Erdogan calls for Muslim summit to deal with Trump’s Jerusalem decision

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I won’t let anyone rob me of my God-sword, God’s word

As I meditate on just how important God's word should be to believers, I'm reminded of the story of Eleazar, one of David's mighty men in 2 Samuel 23:9-10. In the heat of battle with the Philistines, Eleazar wielded his sword skillfully and fought so hard against the enemy's onslaught that when he got weak,… Continue reading I won’t let anyone rob me of my God-sword, God’s word

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Recent Russia, Iran, Turkey meeting has Biblical connotations

Russia's Putin, Iran's Rouhani, and Turkey's Erdogan recently met for a historic meeting that is a baby step toward the Ezekiel 38-39 Gog-Magog war against Israel. In this video, Prophecy Update's J D Farag breaks down the significance of this meeting that will help set the stage for the future showdown. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eE8wEsEiwVw

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Christianity is more compatible with science than it’s given credit for

Christian apologist Sean McDowell points out in this CrossExamined.org article how the scientists of the early part of the Age of Enlightenment were theists, most of whom considered themselves Christians. Their scientific discoveries still serve as the underpinnings of today's reliable, ethical science. How is it that Christianity eventually came to be known as anti-science?… Continue reading Christianity is more compatible with science than it’s given credit for

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Todd Friel, host of Wretched: how saints should respond to post-Christian America

Todd Friel gives an 11-minute talk on his radio show in light of recent massacres and how we should respond. Hint: it has something to do with preaching the gospel even more while we go all out to protect our women and children.  And he said unto them, When I sent you without purse, and… Continue reading Todd Friel, host of Wretched: how saints should respond to post-Christian America

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Explanation of world events in light of Ezekiel 38 prophecy

Christian TV host John Ankerberg recently aired this 30-minute program centered around the prophecy of Ezekiel 38's war against Israel and how we see events in recent history moving slowly in that direction. Helping him examine these events is Christian journalist and Bible prophecy scholar Jimmy DeYoung. I don't agree with every detail mentioned, but… Continue reading Explanation of world events in light of Ezekiel 38 prophecy

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Answers in Genesis News–October 30, 2017

Creationists from Answers in Genesis discuss a creationist conference recently held in the UK, being attacked by a Baptist pastor for spreading the gospel regarding the truth about Halloween, and recent stories on people persecuted for not bowing to the LGBT agenda. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E18xcLELKVU

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Even the city of wicked, mighty men can fall by God’s wisdom

Humans who are adamant and unrelenting in their wickedness are often prone to build cities to shore up and expand their evil concepts. Those cities are not only manifested physically in stone, brick and mortar, or steel. They can be cities of deceptions and error, oppression and suppression of what's right and just, and cities… Continue reading Even the city of wicked, mighty men can fall by God’s wisdom