When The Lights Go Out In The Church!

The Tragedy of Spiritual Blackout The worst power blackout in U.S. history occurred in August, 2003. It began in the Midwest and before it was over it affected eight states and Canada. Millions were without power. The nation’s largest subway shut down for thirty-two hours. Auto-maker assembly plants and factories shut down. New York City alone lost 750 million dollars in revenue. At least three people

The Tragedy Of Inconsistency

The Deadly Consequences of Mixed Signals In December of 1944 the eyes of the free world were focused on a strategic battle line, 100 miles inside the border of Belgium. In almost unstoppable fashion, the Allied Forces had rolled across Western Europe. Suddenly, their major offensive seemed to screech to a halt. A counter-strategy by the defenders of the Third Reich nearly succeeded in stopping the

Ecumenical Locomotion

How Mythology Has Replaced Theology The Scripture warns that the time will come when men will "not endure sound doctrine" (2 Tim. 4:3). Moreover, Peter spoke of "cunningly devised fables" ( 2 Pet. 1: 16). Paul puts us on notice not to "give heed to fables" (1 Tim. 1:4), and to "refuse profane and old wives' fables" (1 Tim 4:7). He further admonishes Titus not to give "heed to Jewish fables, and commandments

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