Author archive: Gary DeMar

Why Did Obama Back Off From the Romeike Homeschooling Case?
Mar 10, 2014
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Everything Obama and Co. does is to grow the State and give it more control and power over our lives. So why would Homeland Security and later the Justice Department decide not to deport the Romeike family after pursuing the deportation order through the courts where it ended up at the Supreme Court with the […]
My Answer to a Divinity School Professor about Saying No to Same-Sex Marriage
Mar 5, 2014
Dr. Bill Leonard is the founding dean and professor of Church History at the Wake Forest University School of Divinity, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He holds the B.A. from Texas Wesleyan College (1968), the Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (1971), and the PhD from Boston University (1975). He served as pastor of First […]
If I Had a Hammer, I’d Hammer this Point Over and Over Again
Feb 22, 2014
The best way to answer a faulty argument is to attack it at its foundation. Anything else is just breaking windowns. For example, the operating assumption of Lawrence M. Krauss’s book, A Universe from Nothing, is: “the startling conclusion that most of the energy in the universe resides in some mysterious, now inexplicable form permeating all […]
Blood Moons, Bible Prophecy, and the Integrity of the Bible
Feb 13, 2014
For centuries prophecy writers have been predicting prophetic events based on a whole host of supposed end-time indicators, from wars and rumors of wars to earthquakes and stellar phenomena. The latest prophetic speculation centers around four “blood moons” called a “tetrad. Two will occur in this year and two next year. Some prophecy theorists intimate […]
The One Thing Evolutionist Don’t Want You to Know
Feb 12, 2014
Since the Ken Ham v. Bill Nye debate on February 4, there have been a lot of posted comments and articles about the the debate, both pro and con. I’ve written some myself, for example, “How I Would Debate Bill Nye the UnScience Guy” and “Where the Bill Nye v. Ken Ham Debate Went off […]
Where the Bill Nye v. Ken Ham Debate Went off Track
Feb 11, 2014
The great Creation Evolution debate is over. Will it go down in the history books with the same importance as the Thomas Huxley v. Samuel Wilberforce debate of 1860? Time will tell. Prior to the debate, I put in my two cents worth on how Ken Ham should go about debating Nye. Here’s some of […]
Anti-Postmillennialist Makes a Weak Case
Feb 7, 2014
Over the weekend I spoke at a conference on postmillennialism in Torrance, California, on the topic, “Evidence that Postmillennialists are Winning the Prophecy Debate.” I only got through a small portion of what I prepared. Ken Gentry also spoke. Kirk Cameron was there at my invitation. He gave a great talk about his prophetic pilgrimage. […]
Christian Author Bullied by Pro-Gay Reviewers on Amazon
Jan 14, 2014
Don’t you just love tolerance? You do your thing, and I’ll do my thing, and as long as your thing does not interfere with my thing, all is right with the world, until you write a book evaluating the underpinnings of your thing, a thing that is now being forced on all of us by […]