Politically correct historical myths to the contrary, the myth of the efficiency of the German Blitzkrieg in WWII died not in the winter of 1942 in the plains west of Moscow but in the mild comfortable spring of 1940 in central Belgium, a few miles from the town of Gembloux. On May 12–14 there the […]
Liberals in America love to point to Europe with its socialistic policies and tell us what a good example this or that European country is. Sweden allegedly has the greatest government retirement system, so let’s “learn from their model.” France is said to have the greatest government healthcare system, 65% approval rating; let’s “learn from the French model.” Germany we’re told has the greatest government educational system, let’s adopt the German model. And so on.
Several years ago I had a conversation with a professor in a European university. She was a staunch proponent of European socialism against American “cowboy” capitalism.
Dispensational author Paul Benware accuses preterists of not interpreting prophetic passages in a literal way. As an example, he points to Matthew 24:29: "But immediately after the tribulation of those days…