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Subversion: How a Change of Tactic Helped the Left and Islam Capture the West

Both the Left and Islam changed their tactics against the West from military confrontation to subversion from within—and it’s worked a charm.

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The Marxist Roots of the Left’s Australia Day Grievance

The Left come across as having the best intentions for the Aboriginal Community, but it is just a smokescreen for their Marxist agenda.

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Why Does God Seem To Hide Himself?

If you have seen the brilliant documentary by Ben Stein “Expelled“, you would remember Ben’s interview with Richard Dawkins in which he candidly asked Dawkins what he would do if he met God after he died, to which Dawkins replied: “Bertrand Russell had that point put to him and he said something like, ‘Sir, why […]

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Attitudes of the Church Fathers Toward Jews From Ignatius to Augustine

Considering the period covered from Ignatius to Augustine is only the first four hundred years of Church History, I believe it is still sufficient in helping us to understand current attitudes that the Jews hold toward Christians and vice versa. Sadly, as much as I would like to say that the church was light in […]

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The History of Christian Zionism in Post-Luther, Pre-Darby Britain 1550-1850

There are two definitions to be grasped at the outset of this essay. “Zionism” and “Christian Zionism”. Zionism is simply the belief that the Jewish people have been given the land of Israel by covenant promise to God and have a current right to occupy that land. Christian Zionists are Christians who agree with this […]

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The Anti-Semitism of Martin Luther

Towards the end of his life, Martin Luther espoused vehement views towards the Jews in his writing and sermons. His most famous of anti-Semitic written works was On The Jews and Their Lies (1543), where Luther refers to the Jews as, “an incorrigible whore and an evil slut”,[1] “the multitude of the whoring and murderous […]

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Is Religion Really The Greatest Cause of Wars?

Is religion really the greatest cause of all wars and atrocities? Which worldview is responsible for the most suffering wrought upon mankind? Most atheists attribute religion as being the most detrimental obstacle to world peace, but is this really the case? What about the secular/humanist worldview? Has belief in evolution played any role in human […]

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Augustine and the Advent of Amillennialism

The church father Augustine of Hippo is without a doubt the central figure associated with the eschatological view of amillennialism. His viewpoint became the prevailing doctrine of the Roman Church, and it was adopted with variations by most of the Protestant Reformers along with many other teachings of Augustine.[1] To this day, it has become […]

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The Human Mind Pointing To God’s Existence

How can you explain the development of the human mind? Have you ever thought about how and why you got your ability to reason? These questions are difficult to explain within a purely materialist worldview. Yet, these phenomena point to the biblical teaching that human beings are created in the image of God. If we […]

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Premillennialism In Patristic Church History

Premillennialism, also known as ‘chiliasm’ (from the Greek χίλια ἔτη, “a thousand years,” Rev 20:2-3) is the belief of a visible reign of Christ in glory on earth with the risen saints for a thousand years, before the general resurrection and judgment. It was indeed not the doctrine of the church embodied in any creed […]

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