Exactly 20 years ago, on December 15, 1989, a small crowd of parishioners of the Hungarian Reformed Church in Timişoara gathered in front of the church flat where their pastor lived. The occasion was the eviction orders to their pastor set for that day by a Romanian civil court. The group formed a human chain around the flat. When the police arrived to remove the pastor from the flat, the crowd had grown to several hundred strong; they were singing hymns in the brutally cold weather and from their words the police guards understood that the people were determined to stay and prevent the eviction of their pastor.
If you have not studied the foundational biblical truth about Socialism, you should. There is no secret the church in general long since quit providing social safety nets for even its own people, let alone much of any kind of such outreach to greater society, the poor, the orphan, and the widow. The relationship between […]
As noted yesterday, some Historic Premillennialists have objected to being “labeled” Dispensationalists—and I would have to add, rightfully so. Let’s be clear, neither I nor Gary has knowingly “labeled” anyone in this way. What I showed yesterday, however, was that sometimes both Historical Premils and Dispensationalists just happen to get swept up in the same […]
It’s amazing what you can find on the internet. Don’t ask me how I stumbled across this the other night, but I found a quotation from yours truly cherry-picked for the consumption of the radical two kingdoms (R2K) crowd, courtesy of one of the White Horse Inn’s own, Kim Riddlebarger. Riddlebarger commonly hosts a “Who […]