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The "Almost" but "Not Quite" of Fulfillment

Remem­ber the bright orange “Gen­eral Lee” from the Dukes of Haz­zard? Mine was a 1971 Dodge Charger, metal­lic blue, nice rims, great sound­ing stereo, quick off the line — the per­fect car for any teenager and it was all mine — or so I thought. My father had taken me over to the car deal­er­ship to “buy” the car of my dreams.

The Blasphemous Malignancy Known as Futurism

I have deliberated for a considerable length of time over how to approach this subject in a way that’s not considered completely disrespectful to my fellow Christians who are non-Preterists at this time and yet at the same time remain forthright and sincere in my presentation of the actual nature of Futurist Christianity.

Reasons NOT to look like the early church

[Cynics and Christians] divide and upset the household, and bring into collision those inside with each other, and tell them the worst ways to manage their household. They never say, find, or do anything socially productive.

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