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
This is it. This is the big one. For more than 150 years, statists and socialists have had their Communist Manifesto–a puny pamphlet full of revolutionary, rabble-rousing rhetoric that gave voice to the repressive, totalitarian leanings of generations of anti-Christian, anti-free-market despots and their minions. Now, thanks to this monumental “labor of love” from Joel […]Read More “Restoring America”: The Action Manual We Have Been Waiting For!
This article appeared in the London Guardian more than three years ago, but it seems to be making the rounds again online among Reformed and conservative readers. At least, that is how I came across it (a Facebook post by John Lofton!). This is good news for those of us on the Calvinist side of […]Read More Calvinist Renaissance in China: Everything’s Coming Up TULIPS!
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
How many times have you been talking to another Christian when the subject of eschatology comes up? You’re discussing some current event or recent trend or a grave, cultural concern that you share. This naturally expands and leads into the subject of “end times” and prophecy and what the Bible says about all this bad stuff […]Read More When Bad Eschatology Happens to Good Christians