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Halloween's Improbable Origin and Meaning for Christians

The original title of this article is “Concerning Halloween.” Since it was first published in 1996, it has made its way around the world and stirred up a lot of discussions. That’s a good thing. As you can imagine many Christians oppose Halloween for obvious reasons. It’s lost its original meaning. You can hear it […]

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Get Louder: Faith Summit 2020

Gary DeMar will be part of a panel discussion at Liberty University this afternoon called "Re-opening the American Mind" at 2PM(EST). He will be speaking with Eric Metaxas, Jay Wesley Richards, and Dr. Mark David Hall. The discussion is part of a larger event called GET LOUDER: Faith Summit 2020, which is an all day […]

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Silent Saturday

The Christian tradition gives several milestones during Holy Week. Maundy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper, Good Friday the crucifixion, and Easter Sunday the resurrection. But what of Saturday? Why is there no traditional designation for the Saturday between Good Friday and Easter Sunday? Saturday was, of course, the Jewish sabbath. It was a weekly time […]

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Join the AV support team!

From the desk of Gary DeMar: 2019 has turned out to be a great year for American Vision. We’ve been busier than ever. That’s a good thing. I spoke with a friend this week who told me that he’s been seeing AV’s material everywhere. There’s a great deal of cross-pollination going on with other ministries. […]

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The Reformation and Apologetics are rooted in holiness

Apologetics is the defense of the faith––apologia—and it starts with sanctifying Christ as Lord in our hearts and being ready to give a reason for the hope that is in us (1 Peter 3:15-16). This often starts with reformation, a return to the truth in our lives, faith, worship, and culture. October 31, 2019 marks […]

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Why a Star?

Frequently, around Christmas time, we are treated to yet another (often just a repeat of previous “findings”) naturalistic explanation of the biblical “Star of Bethlehem.” Natural explanations of biblical phenomena can sometimes have their place, but they can also be diversions—for unbelievers and believers alike. A far better approach for believers is to know and […]

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New: Something Greater is Here, now in print!

Gary DeMar’s Something Greater is Here is now available in paperback as well as standard eBook formats. Get yours here now. Also check out our many resources in our current SALE. Also check out our new releases, including: Abraham Kuyper, Lectures on Calvinism (modernized reprint) Robert D. Linder, God or Caesar?: Case Studies in Christian Subversion of Tyranny […]

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Case Studies in Christian Subversion: NEW RELEASE from American Vision

“Guys, I have been very excited about this book. . . .” —Dr. Joel McDurmon Is a Christian ever obligated to disobey the state? And what is the nature of this “holy disobedience” and its consequences? Despite the injunction in Romans 13 for every person “to be subject unto the higher powers,” there is a long and […]

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NEW RELEASE: Lectures on Calvinism, by Abraham Kuyper

New! A brand new, modern typeface edition of Abraham Kuyper's classic Lectures on Calvinism, applying TULIP as a comprehensive worldview. . . . Calvinism is not just five points, but is, as Dr. Kuyper makes clear, a whole, complete, coherent worldview. These Lectures represent the “next step” in Calvinism for those who have learned the […]

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Presuppositional Apologetics: Stated and Defended, by Greg L. Bahnsen

Dr. Greg L. Bahnsen (1948–1995) provided perhaps the clearest, most faithful, and most powerful advancement of Cornelius Van Til’s presuppositional apologetics of anyone. This statement holds true both for Bahnsen’s written scholarly work as well as his practical applications in both formal and informal debates and exchanges. Those knowledgeable of Van Til’s “Copernican Revolution” in […]

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Resources for presuppositional apologetics

A reader recently asked me if American Vision produced any resources for presuppositional apologetics. While the immediate answer is “Yes!,” the fact that it was asked made me realize that perhaps a lot of our newer readers are not aware of many of our core, basic, and foundational resources. In the interest of introducing these, […]

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Interview with Gary DeMar

Gary visits in-studio with the hosts of RealLife on the Cornerstone Television Network to discuss his latest book, Wars and Rumors of Wars.

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