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Convert or Die: Which Would You Choose?

Each day the world is learning the truth about the blood-thirsty prophet known to history as Muhammad, and his modern day radical followers. In AD 627, Muhammad committed a violent and bloody atrocity against the last remaining major tribe of Jews in Medina, the Qurayza. 460 more words

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The Olivet Discourse, Pt. 2

Click play on the audio player below to hear this week’s sermon from Pastor Robie.

Read the passage here:

Matthew 24:3-14




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Dispense the Truth

(Revised 08-18-14, 10:00 am)

In the comment board of Who is Israel?, I posted a supplemental thought which sort of morphed into this article detailing the problematic theology of  Dispensationalism. 1,011 more words

End Times prophecies 2: have we ALL got it so wrong? [Conclusion spoiler: we HAVE!]

[This blog will shock and annoy most of my evangelical friends. I know this since my discovery even shocked me! I set out to make a minor point from my own opinion, which is standard for my blogs, and ended up with something utterly controversial, but based on fact,  1,456 more words


Prophesy Update?

I don’t intend for this post to be long. Famous last words of a Baptist preacher.

This morning I was scrolling through Facebook. I had started back on the Grant Horner Bible Reading System after trying another reading plan (which made me feel like I was starving Biblically) and was going to post a link to his info and encourage others to jump on the program too. 1,283 more words


A Synthetic Overview of the Bible


At the time of this writing, the well-achieved online company, amazon.com, announced a new program that will enable all who enlist at a price of $9.99 per month to gain access to over 600,000 eBooks and thousands of audiobooks. 2,307 more words


The Unifying Theme of the Bible

While catching up on some reading (you will soon see from the date of the journal I’m reading how far I’m behind) I read a great paragraph briefly surveying how God is glorified in human history: 385 more words