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Radix Fidem Curriculum 05

6. The Church Failed Granted, English translations don’t handle this heart-led way very well. That’s because the entire range of Western Civilization, and the Western Church history, quickly went off the rails on this very issue. Shortly after the death … Continue reading

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Theology and Practice: Eschatology

This is a big can of worms. There is such a load of manure out there and it needs to be buried and composted where it will do some good. I’m not going to bother listing all the crazy theories, … Continue reading

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Teachings of Jesus — Luke 17:20-37

Jesus healed ten lepers and only the one Samaritan returned to worship and give thanks. Jesus confirmed how it was his faith that healed him. As the writer of Hebrews notes, faith is the assurance of things we cannot perceive … Continue reading

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They Will Persecute

antimsemite: adj. someone Isreal doesn’t like, regardless of the reason By this definition I am an antisemite. This is part of the definition used by the US State Department. In particular, it aims to criminalize the mere suggestion that Israel … Continue reading

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Join the Tentmakers

There’s a big hullabaloo about signs of the End Times showing up recently (beware of the autoplay videos on the site). There’s the flawless red heifer in Israel, fish in the Dead Sea area, and a snake crawling out of … Continue reading

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The Insignificance of Jerusalem

Everyone seems convinced that the recent move of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is full of symbolism. It is, but it symbolizes rejecting God’s truth in this case. Jerusalem was King David’s chosen royal city. He captured … Continue reading

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A Lutheran Take-down of Dispensationalism

I won’t elaborate on this: Dispensationalism: What and Why Not. It might be a little long, but you can also grab a PDF version of the same paper to read later. It will show you that we are closer to … Continue reading

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