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September 2003

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Christ's Resurrection and Ours

By Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr

As we reflect on the resurrection of Christ in this season we must recognize its enormous significance in the Christian worldview. In this article I will deal with just one of the redemptive-historical effects of Christ's resurrection: the eschatological resurrection of believers. Christ's resurrection not only secures our present redemption for glory (Rom. 4:25; 10:9-10) but also our future resurrection to glory (Rom. 8:23).

Gentry on the Resurrection

by William Bell
Kenneth Gentry writes what he believes is the incontrovertible proof of the future resurrection of the physical body and consequently the refutation of what he calls “hyper-Preterism. See Gentry’s “Christ’s Resurrection and Ours.”

Abused Christians Anonymous?

I have been preaching the gospel since I was "born-again" 9-years ago. I have also been involved in a Reformed Christian Apologetics ministry (counter-cult)for some time now. When recently, I was engaged in a debate by an atheist organization about the credibility of Jesus because of the problem of "nonoccurence" with regard to His supposed failed second coming prophecies.

Did Jesus Return in A.D.79?

If God is smart and knows the corrupt side of mankind, would He want millions of people freely interpreting His words in all generations? Or would He have a message for the human race clearly defined and easily understood by all?

Bible for Feminists

You've come a long way, Virgin Mary? To demonstrate there's no glass ceiling in heaven, the German Evangelical Church has undertaken the ambitious project of retranslating the Bible in gender-neutral terms.

Building the Kingdom out of old wine skins?

by Roderick Edwards
As Preterists we speak of a “new paradigm” that permeates every aspect of our perspective of the bible. But is it possible that we are becoming comfortable or lazy insomuch that we are now carrying over old concepts upon the new?

Jerusalem, oh Jerusalem

by Randall Price

For more than a century the Jewish people had suffered the humiliation of subjugation to Rome. Entering Jerusalem in 63 B.C., the triumphant Roman general, Pompey, had even dared to enter the holy Temple, initiating a period of temple defilement that intensified in the Jewish nation’s loss of independence. Nevertheless, as long as the Temple stood and a Jewish king (Agrippa) rules, future independence remained a hope.

Alabama Debate Tapes Now Available!

by Don Preston

27 Israeli Pilots Refuse to Operate in Territories

A group of 27 active reserve duty pilots and
retired pilots have sent a letter to Air Force
Chief, Major General Dan Halutz, declaring that
they refuse to participate in operations against
Palestinians in the territories.

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