The American Vision: A Biblical Worldview Ministry

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Preterism in the Witness Box

Gary counters more dispensationalism with Bible-based facts. The New Testament lays out a “soon” judgement of Israel, and how it was fulfilled was through the fall of Jerusalem in A.D. 70. Dr. Heidler interprets Preterism as replacement theology, but as Gary explains, there’s not a replacement at all.

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The First Question to ask a Climate Scientist

Scientists live or die by grant money. In order for a teaching scientist to keep his job, he has to publish a certain number of peer reviewed articles every year. Ph.D. students choose a university based on the prestigious reputation of its faculty. The published articles and books are indicators of the school’s academic achievement. […]

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Answering a “Replacement Theology” Critic

“My primary problem with the Preterist view,” Robert Heidler, a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary writes, “is that it is a blatant example of replacement theology.” If you want to end a debate over eschatology when you can’t make a cogent biblical case for your position, just charge your opponent with holding to replacement theology. What is “replacement theology,” sometimes called “supersessionism”? Here’s a typical dispensational definition:

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Prophecy Past vs. Prophecy Future

Gary uses scholarly biblical hermeneutics to make an honest interpretation of Bible prophecy. Bible prophecy supports more fulfillment of Revelation than not. The fall of Jerusalem in A.D. 70 must be explained by dispensational scholars to validate futurist apocalyptic prophecy.

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Reading Into Bible Prophecy

Gary debates the dispensational views of Bible prophecy. Dispensational scholars have said the burden of proof is on the preterists, but as Gary demonstrates, it’s quite the other way around.

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Dallas Seminary and the New Dispensationalism

Gary reviews a recent article by Dan Wallace about how Dallas Seminary graduate students are rejected by secular doctoral programs because the school is dispensational.

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In the Black: Some People Only See Race

There’s a scene in the film Malcolm X when Malcolm Little (later to take the name Malcolm X, X standing for his unknown African heritage[1]) is in prison and is introduced to the philosophy of the “Honorable Elijah Muhammad” and the Nation of Islam (N.O.I.) by a fellow prisoner named John Elton Bembry. (Bembry is a composite character who does not appear in the book The Autobiography of Malcolm X. Malcolm’s family members introduced him the tenets of the N.O.I.) Malcolm was wasting his life outside of prison, and he was wasting his life in prison.

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Stop Power Politics NOW!

American Vision is putting together a collection of books that have defined the conservative movement for the past 60 years. One is Phyllis Schlafly’s A Choice, Not an Echo, an insider’s guide to the back-room dealings of Republican insiders to gain control of the taxing power of the State, maintain the status quo, and maintain international equilibrium, all for fun, power, and profit.

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Thanksgiving and God

On Thursday, September 24, 1789, the First House of Representatives voted to recommend – in its exact wording – the First Amendment to the states for ratification. The next day, Friday, September 25, Congressman Elias Boudinot from New Jersey proposed that the House and Senate jointly request of President Washington to proclaim a day of thanksgiving for “the many signal favors of Almighty God.”

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Remember the Chicago Seven When You Think of the New York Five

“The five men facing trial in the Sept. 11 attacks will plead not guilty so they can air their criticisms of U.S. foreign policy. . . . ‘Dean Boyd, a spokesman for the Department of Justice, said Sunday that while the men may attempt to use the trial to express their views, ‘we have full […]

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Richard Dawkins and the “Nothing Butters”

Atheists and evolutionists do not like to be compared to people like Adolf Hitler. Of course, I don’t blame them. Just because someone shares a similar ideology with a tyrant in one area does not mean that he shares everything that tyrant did.

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Why Scientific Prediction is a Fatal Disease

Christian prophetic prognosticators aren’t the only ones who have an addiction to predicting the future and getting it wrong. Scienists have a similar addiction. This is why it is hazardous to trust the latest scare tactics over global warming, especially since laws will be implemented to make our lives miserable. Consider the predictions that were […]

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