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Brannon Howse Interviews His Long Time Friend Michael Reagan on The Coronavirus Tyranny  Click here to listen now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/radio/audio/brannon-howse-may-20-2020 WVW Broadcast...
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                                          WVW-TV Presents: Former Jesuit Warns of the Marxist Agenda of the Jesuits to De-Christianize The West Click here to watch now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com...
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Thursday, April 13th
Author(s): Sean McDowell

The So-called "Gospel" of Judas The following brief article appeared in the Editorial section of the Orange County Register as a response to the cover story, "The Lost Book of Judas" that appeared in the Orange County Register, April 7th (cover story).  Feel free to use any of my response below to write into your local newspaper as well.              "I was intrigued by your cover story on the lost book of Judas.  Thanks for taking the time to cover such an important topic and bringing to light some of the debate surrounding the early church.  However, it is false and irresponsible to claim...

Thursday, April 13th
Author(s): Sean McDowell

Conversations with the Emergent ChurchBy Sean McDowell and Tony Jones The following conversation is a part of the column, "Sparks" in the new Journal of Student Ministries.  The topic for this month is the "Great Commission."  Sean is a nationally recognized speaker, author and apologist, while Tony is the National Director for the Emergent Church and is pursuing a Ph.D. at Princeton Seminary. Each issue they debate a hot topic surrounding the emerging church movement. TonyThe first thing I wonder when I come across something like the "Great Commission" is, who gave this passage that name?...

Thursday, April 13th
Author(s): Brian Flynn

Be Still and Know … that you are being deceived.  There is nothing more devious than a lie told with subtlety. Last week, I purchased the Be Still and Know That I am God DVD produced by 20th Century Fox. The cover boasts of such contemplatives as Richard Foster, Dallas Willard, Calvin Miller and Priscilla Shirer, along with some names that may surprise you-Max Lucado, Beth Moore. An acknowledgement list at the end includes Brennan Manning and Dr. Charles Stanley. The advertisement for the video states:  Eight hundred people gathered at Mariner's church in Newport Beach, California for this...

Thursday, April 13th
Author(s): Sean McDowell

The Latest Fossil Find-Truth or Fiction?Sean McDowell This past week scientists hailed the find of a new "missing link" as support for Darwin's theory of biological evolution.  John Wilford writes in the New York Times, "Scientists have discovered fossils of a 375-million-year-old fish, a large scaly creature not seen before, that they say is a long-sought missing link in the evolution of some fishes from water to a life walking on four limbs on land" ("Fossil Called Missing Link from Sea to Land Animals," April 6, 2006).  The fish has been named Tiktaalik roseae, which means, "large shallow...

Wednesday, April 12th
Author(s): Dwayna Litz

Oswald Chambers and Gender Inclusive Bible Translations By Dwayna LitzTo the Christian, feminist, egalitarian women who are offended by "old fashioned" Bible translations such as the KJV, NAS, and NIV, as well as the notion of a paternal, patriarchal Father God; to the women who feel that Christians need a gender inclusive translation to better suit our 21st century (pagan) culture:Why do Christians feel the need to make the Bible more "appealing" in this postmodern era of "enlightenment" to better suit a sinner and appeal to a depraved society? It is indicative of a spirit at work in the...

Wednesday, April 12th
Author(s): Bob DeWaay

When the World Determines the Message of the ChurchBy Bob DeWaay  One hundred years ago the modernist/fundamentalist controversy was raging. What started it was one simple idea-that Christianity needed to be reinvented if it wanted to be relevant to the modern world. Darwinian evolution made the Biblical account of creation suspect in the minds of many, and modern rationalism cast serious doubts on miracles of any kind. Biblical accounts with angels, demons, miracles, the virgin birth, the literal bodily resurrection of Christ, etc. were seen to be incompatible with the rationalist worldview...

Wednesday, April 12th

By Ken Silva "Dear friend, do not imitate what is evil but what is good. Anyone who does what is good is from God. Anyone who does what is evil has not seen God." [1] Due to the importance of this topic of Contemplative/Centering Prayer, which is the source for the reemergence of the Gnostic neo-pagan "Christian" mysticism in new evangelicalism, I begin this series as quickly as I can. I ask the interested reader to please keep an eye out for this work to be ongoing to cover various mystics who are influential in the new spirituality now infecting the evangelical community of our Lord's...

Wednesday, April 12th
Author(s): Mark Creech

Why Such a Hard Time with Miracles?By Rev. Mark H. CreechOver the years a number of explanations have been given to explain away Jesus' walking on the water. Some have argued Jesus wasn't actually walking on the water but was standing at the lake's edge in a shallow place. Because the night was cloudy and dark, the disciples only thought they saw Jesus stride across the sea, when actually He didn't. Others have fancifully argued Christ actually walked across a series of stones in the middle of the lake.Nevertheless, not to be outdone among the skeptics, Professor Doron Nof of Florida State...

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