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Satan Stays on Message

It is said that Satan once called to him the emissaries of hell and said he wanted to send one of them to earth to aid women and men in the ruination ...


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William Miller Sets 1843 for Second Coming

William Miller seemed an unlikely striker of panic. He tended a farm in Vermont, fought in the War of 1812, and served as a justice of the peace. His ...


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Marilyn Manson on the End of the World

When asked about the most disheartening thing that had happened to him, Marilyn Manson answered, "I think that the world's been ending since ...


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Betrothed and Married to Christ

There were two important steps to a Jewish marriage: the betrothal (the promised agreement to marry) and the actual wedding ceremony. These two events ...


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Advent a Foreshadow of Good

Theologian Dale Bruner writes:

David Peterson, former pastor at the First Presbyterian Church in Spokane, Washington, told about a time when he was preparing ...

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Waiting for Final Resurrection

Two days have earned names on the church calendar: Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Yet in a real sense we live on Saturday, the day with no name. What ...


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Always Advent

The best way to prepare for the coming of Christ is never to forget the presence of Christ.


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Adrift Without Faith

Life has an orientation, a final end toward which everything moves. I realize, however, that I can say this only because I am a Christian. I know that ...


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The Apocalypse in Milan

I would like to take you, if I could, to a graphic portrayal of the Word of God in a great cathedral in Milan. Come in out of the glare of the Italian ...


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God Will Destroy Him

When Robinson Crusoe's good man Friday asked him, "Why doesn't God destroy the devil?" Robinson Crusoe gave him the right answer, the ...


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