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If you were in my office earlier today, you would have overhead me say, “I don’t believe this. I’m going to have to do something I haven’t done in a long time: I’m going to have to go after the heretics myself.” They aren’t heretics, mind you — false prophets at worst — and I really don’t feel like dignifying their terrible teaching with a response on the day of the big event itself. 1,025 more words


The End is Near


This article is in no way serious, or to be taken seriously. It is a satirical take on discernment blogs that believe that the eclipse is some sort of sign of the end of the world. 686 more words


Rambles about astronomical signs. The end is near?

I meant to blog about something several years ago and never did, but now it seems relevant again. What’s that? Remember the hoopla (among some Christians) about the four blood red moons? 877 more words

Making sense of the Second Coming and Jesus' words in Matthew 24

In preparing to preach on the Second Coming in last Sunday’s sermon (based on Peter’s warning in 1 Peter 4:7 that “the end of all things is at hand”), I read the most helpful book on the subject that I’ve ever read: Anthony Hoekema’s  1,434 more words

The Dispensation of Grace

I am excited about discussing why I believe we are closer to the return of Christ than any other time before. In this video, I will be teaching on the Dispensation of Grace (which is the dispensation of time that we are living in today) and the signs that reveal what will be occurring when it comes to a close. 22 more words

Response to Dispensationalist response.

Someone I know sent the post teachings and trends that limit Christians and Christianity to the Joy magazine in South Africa. The magazine kindly printed it. 640 more words

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