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Twilight Saga and Beatles as Worship Songs

May 18, 2013
Twilight Saga and Beatles as Worship Songs

"The Twilight song sounds and feels like a worship song, but only Jesus Culture's 'Happy Day' is the real worship song."

Gog and Magog, Armageddon and Ezekiel 38-39

March 4, 2010
Gog and Magog, Armageddon and Ezekiel 38-39

How is it possible that perfected, heavenly humans who are unable to sin can produce people who will later fall into sin?

The Millennium: Not Just in Revelation 20

August 29, 2009
The Millennium: Not Just in Revelation 20

Do you think Satan could be literally bound by a chain? Do you think he could be locked up for one thousand years in a "bottomless" pit? Is there really such a thing as an infinitely deep pit? Why not? Read more...

The Lost Thousand Years

January 9, 2009
The Lost Thousand Years

The Parable of the Sheep and Goats (Matt 25:31-46) gives the clearest evidence of a single, general resurrection of the righteous and the wicked. "When the Son of Man comes in his glory" together with all his angels, he will sit on his judgment throne. All the nations will be gathered before him, the righteous sheep on his right, the cursed goats on his left. Where's the millennium in this text?

“Obsessed with Rapture”

October 1, 2008

Does the Bible teach the idea of a secret rapture before a 7-year tribulation period? What is the origin of this view? White Horse Inn hosts discuss various end-times scenarios, and evaluate them with the light of Scripture.

John Hagee: “Jesus refused to be the Messiah”

November 27, 2007

John Hagee the Zionist is at it again, promoting yet another sure money-making book, In Defense of Israel. In this promotional video, he states the following heresies: This book will expose the sins of the fathers and the vicious abuse of the Jew[s]… will shake Christian theology… [T]he Jewish people as a whole did not […]

“God has a terrible plan for your life, if…”

October 19, 2007
“God has a terrible plan for your life, if…”

Jeremiah 29:11 then is not a promise to the man on the street that God loves him, that God has “a wonderful plan” for his life, and that “God hates his sin, but loves him the sinner.”

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