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Remembering Cornelius Van Til, the man

Our long-time friend, Daniel Hill Riedel, is a professional artist with a passion for Reformed Theology. He was also a close personal friend of Dr. Cornelius Van Til, the father of presuppositional apologetics. Daniel spent much time with Dr. Van Til and was able to witness his life and character first-hand. Daniel came away impressed […]

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Al Mohler Disses Postmillennialism

Al Mohler has written “Evolving Standards of Decency? How Progressivism Reshapes Society.” My question: “Where were Christians when the Supreme Court codified “evolving standards of decency”? Mohler writes that we share with progressives a belief “in a linear view of history…. We also believe that history doesn’t go forward and backward in time. But we […]

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Concerning Halloween

It has become routine in October for some Christian schools to send out letters warning parents about the evils of Halloween, and it has become equally routine for me to be asked questions about this matter. “Halloween” [not Holloween] is simply a contraction for All Hallows’ Eve. The word “hallow” means “saint,” in that “hallow” […]

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East Coast Regional Worldview Conference — PA — July 20-21

Join the Mid-Atlantic Reformation Society and Bojidar Marinov for the East Coast Regional Worldview Conference, July 20-21, 2012! Twin Valley Bible Church — Narvon, PA. Space is limited, so REGISTER EARLY! & the Mid-Atlantic Reformation Society Registration opens at 5:00pm. 1. The Universal and Comprehensive Victory of the Sovereign Lord Jesus Christ (Paul Michael Raymond) 2. The Filioque […]

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Bones That Started a Reformation

England had a head start on the Reformation because of the work of John Wycliffe (c. 1324–1384). It was Wycliffe who held that the Bible alone (sola Scriptura) set forth the definition of true Christianity. Wycliffe’s efforts to translate the Bible into the language of the people prepared the way for a reform movement that […]

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Eschatology Matters: Can the World be Changed?

How we view the future directly impacts the way we live in the present. If we believe that the ultimate decay of our culture is inevitable, can we truly be motivated to fight it. Hope for cultural reformation will fuel efforts to that end.

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Concerning Halloween

It has become routine in October for some Christian schools to send out letters warning parents about the evils of Halloween, and it has become equally routine for me to be asked questions about this matter. [1] “Halloween” is simply a contraction for All Hallows’ Eve. The word “hallow” means “saint,” in that “hallow” is […]

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Every Square Inch Belongs To Christ

Not long after Luther, Calvin, and the reformers began leading Europe’s captive masses out from under the heavy hand of spiritual, intellectual (and thus economic and political) papal bondage, an even worse form of tyranny was about to replace it. One that still has Europe and the U.S. in a death grip.

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Questioning History: Part 1

I received an email from a professor at a Bible college that got me thinking about how bogus, or revisionist, history: (1) is used to make points of fact, (2) exposes how we naively accept a point of historical assertion when referenced by an “expert” or a person of noted authority, (3) shows how immune […]

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The Old and the New Jerry Falwell

Jerry Falwell has made a number of transitions in his fruitful ministry. Few people had heard of Jerry Falwell prior to 1979. His Thomas Road Baptist Church was his mission in life. In a sermon delivered in 1965, entitled “Ministers and Marchers,” Falwell said:

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