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Day 1: Review of Basic Concepts

I’m just going to jump right in. This particular post is both a reminder to me of making sure I understand these concepts before continuing, and an explanation for anyone who is reading the blog. 1,208 more words


No, the Blood of the Ancients Does Not Run Through Our Veins

There is something pleasantly romantic about nostalgia. Particularly nostalgia for what has never been experienced: imagined times, long ago.

I’m certainly prone to it. I love costuming and living history and reenactments and really good, period-accurate films and television series. 783 more words


Understanding The Dominion Theology of Christian Reconstructionists and The New Apostolic Reformation

by Dr. Tommy Ice 


May 15, 2014

~~NOTE: This is an article I wrote about Dominion Theology in May 1988.  It is interesting to see how things have progressed twenty-five years later.  5,963 more words


Interfaith Witch: Hellenism and the Art of Divine Love

No pagan culture in the history of the world connotes a more magical time than that of ancient Greece.

Swathed in trailing silks, gods swooped invisibly out of the sky to interfere theatrically with the lives of their worshipers. 1,082 more words


The Present Evil Age: A Brief Refutation of Postmillennialism

An Insoluble Dilemma for Postmillennialism

In Paul’s opening greeting to the church in Galatia, he declares that “the Lord Jesus Christ… gave himself for our sins to deliver us from the present evil age.” 1,072 more words