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October 31st, 2017

Who is Undermining Western Civilization?

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Surprising, Conrad Black noted, even the most militant of atheists feel obliged to swaddle themselves in commendable precepts that are generally rip-offs of the Golden Rule about loving your neighbour as yourself—which is found in both Old and New Covenant scriptures!

It is ironic that while the unbelieving, hyperactive philistines vociferously denounce the Judeo-Christian values, they nonetheless seem perfectly content to enjoy the benefits of Judeo-Christian civilization even while hypocritically denying its basic tenets.

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October 31st, 2017

Morality Pills? The Next PC Idea to Improve Society

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A CBC radio program called The Current, recently lent itself as a megaphone to the provocative idea that a pill is the next best thing to improve the “human animal.”— That’s the label Neil Levy, deputy director of psycho-babble at the Oxford Centre for Neuroethics, in the U.K. applies to you and me. He wants to formulate and administer a “morality pill” to targeted segments of the population.

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October 31st, 2017

Unfinished Reformations: Luther’s Reformation and Jehu’s Reformation

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500th Anniversary of Luther’s Reformation

5ooth anniversary of the ReformationThis year marks the 500th anniversary of the beginning of Martin Luther’s debate with the Catholic Church. His objective was initially to make reforms within that Church. But over several years of accusation and counter-accusation, Luther refined his theology, ultimately, rejecting Papal authority. Facing a death penalty at the “Diet of Worms” trial in 1521, Luther remained staunchly committed to his own understanding of “sola scriptura.” Luther’s reformation began to sow the seeds that produced the Protestant Reformation. But there have been other reformers in the history of the people of God. More

October 14th, 2017

Feast of Tabernacles 2017 — Preparing God’s People

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Feast of Tabernacles 2017 - Tigh Na Mara

Feast of Tabernacles 2017 — Tigh Na Mara, Parksville, British Columbia Canada

Feast of Tabernacles 2017

the messiah and his kingdomThe Messiah and the Kingdom

As the “latter days” prophesied in scripture draw ever closer, we need to consider the relevance of the Feast of Tabernacles. On this first day of the festival we look forward to a new age ushered in by the coming of the Messiah. But what is the nature of our Messiah? Many religions teach the concept of a Messiah, a deliverer. But few understand the nature of the Messiah who is revealed in the Judeo-Christian scriptures.

 

 

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The Messianic Age — Walking in God’s Ways

When we study the future, as pictured by the Feast of Tabernacles, we come to understand more about God’s ways. The prophets, Isaiah and Micah, both were inspired to write about the coming of the Messianic age. Their messages were very similar, and they both focused on the importance of the law in establishing the millennial reign of the Messiah. So what are those ways of God that he will be teaching all nations?

 

 

goodness of the FatherThe Nature of the Father

In celebrating the Feast we often focus on Christ’s return and the establishment of his millennial rule. And rightly so. But is this our ultimate vision for the future, or is there something greater? Are we looking forward to Christ’s return or to the Father’s coming, or both? And how are these events connected? What must happen before the Father comes and the new heaven and earth are established?

 

 

thankfulness more than mannersThankfulness — More than Manners

Good parents teach the value of being “thankful” and expressing gratitude. As toddlers we are taught to say, “Please” and “Thank you.” But the biblical concept of thankfulness encompasses much more than initially seems apparent. We should be grateful for the wealth of physical things that we enjoy. Clean air, fresh water, good food… And while scripture admonishes us to be thankful for these things, there is more to the picture.

 

The Holy and the Profane — A vision for the saints

Biblical Historicity — The Reality of our Faith

Justice Will Reign

History of God’s Mercy

Who Shall Dwell with God

Fleeing Babylon

 

October 14th, 2017

Thankfulness – More than Minding Our Manners

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Thankfulness — More than Minding Our Manners

thankfulness more than mannersThe Blessings of Abundance

Good parents teach the value of being “thankful” and expressing gratitude. As toddlers we are taught to say, “Please” and “Thank you.” But the biblical concept of thankfulness encompasses much more than initially seems apparent.
The dictionary expands upon the topic, “a proper, fitting or called for response to a benefactor for something received.” And, in the developed nations we have an abundance of material benefits to appreciate. And we should be grateful for the wealth of physical things that we enjoy. Clean air, fresh water, good food are just the beginning of the good things available to us. And while scripture admonishes us to be thankful for these things, there is more to the picture. More

October 14th, 2017

Nature of God the Father

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Nature of God the Father

goodness of the FatherWhat is the Ultimate Vision?

In celebrating the Feast we often focus on Christ’s return and the establishment of his millennial rule. And rightly so. But is this our ultimate vision for the future, or is there something greater? Are we looking forward to Christ’s return or to the Father’s coming, or both? And how are these events connected?

What must happen before the Father comes and the new heaven and earth are established? Why is it important for us to understand the difference between Christ’s coming and the Father’s coming? How does it impact how we must live now, as we prepare for the future? These questions are all bound up in our understanding of God’s nature, his power, and how he works with people. More

October 11th, 2017

The Messianic Age — Walking in the Way of Our God

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The Messianic Age

the law shall go forthWalking in God’s Ways

When we study the future, as pictured by the Feast of Tabernacles, we come to understand more about God’s ways. The prophets, Isaiah and Micah, both were inspired to write about the coming of the Messianic age. Their messages were very similar, and they both focused on the importance of the law in establishing the millennial reign of the Messiah. So what are those ways of God that he will be teaching all nations? More