Someone on Gary North’s discussion forums this past week posted that he had recently “converted” to Christian Reconstructionism from premillennial dispensationalism. This, of course, now makes him a contrarian in almost every sense of the word. He said he is now the only member of his circle of family and friends to hold this position […]Read More You Can Lead a Horse to (Reconstructionist) Water, But You Can’t Make Him THINK It
Younger Christians may not remember this, but 25 years ago, in 1988, millions of Bible-believing Christians all over the world were anxiously awaiting and breathlessly watching for that glorious event to take place, in which the hopes and dreams of generations of believers would be fully realized and instantly confirmed and consummated in the physical, […]Read More Reconstructionism vs. Dispensationalism: 25 Years Later, the Debate Still Hinges on the Role and Responsibility of Christians, Not the Return of Jesus
Twenty-two years ago (1990), Gary North wrote a book, Millennialism and Social Theory. He gave it an academic-sounding title, hoping (he says) that “there may be a few secular academics who decide to read it.” Well, I’m not a secular academic. But after reading the book, I can tell you it is not a detached […]Read More Millennialism, and Why It May Be Crucial to the Salvation of Billions of Souls over the Next 2-3 Generations
Does the Bible teach an Israel-Church distinction? Gary Demar says NO. Back when I cut my spiritual teeth as a fairly new Christian in the mid-1980s (when I was in my early 20s), dispensationalism and premillennialism were all the rage. In fact, in my Pentecostal-Fundamentalist world, they were running at a fever pitch. Books, tapes, […]Read More Israel and the Church: Two Sides of the Same Coin–or Two Different Coins?