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North and South, Red and Blue

April 12, 2011 marked the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the American Civil War (better described as The War Between the States, or more precisely The War of Northern Aggression). One of the seldom heard facts about the War is that, among all of the bloodshed and brokenness, a great revival of Christianity took […]

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The Lincoln Lawyer Review – Movieology

The Lincoln Lawyer is about a defense attorney who conducts his business from the back of his Lincoln Towncar. Attorney Mick Haller, played by Matthew McConaughey, has made a name for himself defending run-of-the-mill thugs and ruffians, but he may be in over his head defending a rich, society boy accused of rape and murder. […]

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A Tale of Two Obituaries

Pragmatism, or “going along to get along,” can reveal itself in many different ways. Three areas where pragmatism commonly rears its ugly head in the modern Church are: theistic evolution (name your flavor), church-growth, and liberal theology. While something of a catch-all, liberal theology can be defined as any movement or set of beliefs that […]

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Review: Sucker Punch

A young girl, forced into terrible circumstances by an evil step-father, retreats into her imagination to fight for her freedom. The trailer for “Sucker Punch” boasted stunning visuals, a cool concept and lots of awesome fight sequences. Did it live up to its promises? In this episode of Movieology, Stewart dissects the twisted world of […]

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Red Riding Hood Movie Review – Movieology

In an attempt to cash in on the overwhelming popularity of the Twilight films, Red Riding Hood is a sensual, gothic retelling of the classic fairy tale. In this version of the tale, a small town is terrorized by a werewolf who, for many years has left the village alone but has recently started killing […]

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You Will Understand Hereafter

In John 13:5-20, we read of the famous account of Jesus washing the feet of His disciples. This passage is most often used and preached as an example of true servanthood, of being willing to make yourself nothing in order to serve God and other people. It is pointed out that Jesus told His disciples that He was providing an example for them (and us) to follow (13:15). While this is undoubtedly true, is this all that is being taught by Jesus in this well-known portion of Scripture? Or is there more to it than simply being an object lesson in humility? I believe there is more to this foot-washing scene than first meets the eye, much more in fact. While humbling oneself is certainly a lesson that can and should be taken away from this passage, I think there is a deeper point which is far more significant, yet largely overlooked.

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Movie Review of “The Adjustment Bureau” – Movieology

How would you feel about a mysterious agency orchestrating your future? Would you fight their plan for your life or would you go along with it even if it didn’t seem like the best plan? Matt Damon stars as a guy who chooses to fight “The Adjustment Bureau”. Watch this episode of Movieology before the […]

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An Unclean Theology

Clutter bothers me. Dirt bugs me. Messes irritate me. I wouldn’t go so far as to say that I am a “clean-freak,” but I am certainly uncomfortable in unkempt places. One of the places that I have found that usually never fail to make me uncomfortable—no matter where I am—are public bathrooms. In response to […]

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Do You Know What the Bible Really Says About Rebuilding the Temple?

Many popular prophecy writers and teachers claim that the temple will be rebuilt as a fulfillment of Bible prophecy. Though there are many references to a rebuilt temple in the Old Testament, and that rebuilding did happen, there is no reference to to another rebuilt temple in the New Testament. Come to American Vision’s National […]

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Signs of the End Times in the Middle East

Rioting in Egypt, dead birds falling from the sky, dead fish and cattle, many modern Bible prophecy experts would have you believe that these are all signs that the end is near. American Vision has a very different understanding of Bible prophecy, one of hope, victory and purpose. We would like to share this vision […]

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The Scourge of Unbridled Democracy

Islam is a worldview masquerading as a religion intent on world domination through fear, terror, and the ballot box. The talk from both ends of the political spectrum is that “democracy” will cure the ills of Iraq, Iran, Egypt, and the surrounding Muslim nations. What if the protesting people of Egypt decide they want a […]

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The Rapture: May 21, 2011

Predictions of the rapture are no new thing as the image to the left shows. In spite of the failure of his 1994 rapture prediction, Harold Camping is predicting May 21, 2011 as the date the rapture will take place. American Vision is so confident that Camping is wrong, we are holding our National Prophecy […]

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