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Nebuchadnezzar’s Nightmare

The Book of Daniel, which many call the Old Testament’s Revelation, develops the story of certain captive Jews in Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon’s court. The vision we illustrate here is situated on the second chapter, because it was originally revealed to Nebuchadnezzar one night, in one of his dreams. Continue reading

Santa Claus

Why Settle for Santa?

In 1897, a little girl named Virginia wrote to the The Sun, a New York City newspaper, to ask if Santa Claus is real. The editor’s response to her has since become famous. As a new parent, I (like many other … Continue reading

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Confidence and Consistency

I can recall two experiences, both of which occurred in a single afternoon, which taught me more about handling tough situations than anything else I remember.  It was during an Air Force training exercise in Japan.  The scenario was to … Continue reading

Perspectives on Iran from an Iraq War Veteran

Our approach with Iran should be to remind them of why they should fear us far more often than we remind them why they hate us. A show of force is not the only way to show strength. Often a clear message of our unity and resolve as a nation can go a lot further. Continue reading

Isaac Newton’s Extensive Theological Writings

Isaac Newton is renowned as one of the greatest scientists of all time, but many are not aware that he spent more time writing about theology than about physics.  Now you can see digitized versions of his biblical commentaries thanks … Continue reading

History of Iran

As the call for action against Iran reaches a crescendo, it is wise to examine the history of this conflict. Instead of reminding everyone why we should fear Iran, let’s remember that they have reason to fear us, too. We … Continue reading

7 Billion People: What Population Control Advocates Don’t Say

As the world population approaches 7 Billion, we’ll hear a crescendo of cries for population control measures including (but not limited to) easier access to abortion.  A serious analysis shows that the population is not out of control. 7 Billion … Continue reading

Japan, In Need of a Savior

Being a Christian can be frustrating at times because it is so easy to forget about that time in our own lives when we too were blinded to the truth (Ephesians 5:8).  As Paul reminds us about unbelievers in 2 … Continue reading

Confused Christians

For the record, I grew up in a church affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA).  For those of you who don’t know much about the ELCA , it prides itself on being “Catholic-Lite” (kind of like Budweiser … Continue reading

Earth Vs. New Jerusalem

The Immensity of the New Jerusalem

The city described in Revelation 21:9-27 is amazingly vivid and also somewhat strange.  It has great walls, many gates, pure glassy gold, precious stones, and light that shines forever.  In the next chapter, Rev. 22, we find out more about … Continue reading

A Letter to Chuck Baldwin

Brother Baldwin, I write this letter to you because I am afraid you have surrounded yourself with sycophants who will not look you in the eye and expound God’s Truth (2 Timothy 4:3).  I was once in your shoes, and … Continue reading

Glenn Beck: False Prophet

Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world. This is an open letter to Glenn Beck and all other Americans who mistakenly believe that Christianity equates to being:  … Continue reading

Egypt in the Bible

With the recent uprising in Egypt, I thought it would be worthwhile to get a little historical context.  What better place to go than the Bible?  Take a look at this interactive map to see all the places in modern-day … Continue reading

Worshiping Moloch

When we read the Bible and come across Moloch, the God to which people offered babies as a sacrifice, we seldom think it has anything to do with people of our time. You’ll be surprised to discover we’re really not … Continue reading

Eye of the Phoenix

Eye of the Phoenix documents the bizarre history of the design of the dollar bill, exposing the occult activity surrounding the FDR administration. There is perhaps no other period in U.S. history when so many people were so deeply involved … Continue reading