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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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Yeah, But I Just Don’t Get That ‘Israel’ Thing

One of the most common things I hear when it comes to discussing God’s plan and purpose for Israel is, “Yeah, but I just don’t get that ‘Israel’ thing”. Considering the amount of silence in the church regarding teaching on modern day Israel, it is quite understandable that so many Christians fail to grasp the essential truths […]

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The Moral Argument For The Existence of God

There are many arguments for the existence of God, but the most effective within Christian apologetics would have to be the Moral Argument for the existence of God. I find this argument to be very effective, because most people can identify with this argument more than any other, as it doesn’t have a scientific basis […]

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Why Does God Allow Suffering?

One of the great philosophical questions. Why does God allow bad things to happen to us and worse… evil and suffering to exist in the world? Mankind has struggled over this complex issue for centuries, because if God is truly loving as Christians make out that he is, then we have an inconsistency between the […]

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