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A God by Any Other Name? (January 2016)
The pope stated recently that Christians and Muslims worship the same God, and the world is lapping it up. But do we?
The Minefield (February 2016)
One look at today's spiritual battlefield reveals that Satan has planted a minefield of sensational things to lure believers beyond the Word.
The Rupture of the Church (March 2016)
Some believe only elite Christians will be raptured prior to the Tribulation, while average Christians won't. So...is it the Rapture or the Rupture?
Hidden in Plain Sight (April 2016)
Who are the mysterious 144,000 in the book of Revelation...and could they be out there somewhere today?
Sight Unseen (May 2016)
Rebekah left everything and traveled far to marry Isaac sight unseen. She is a type of the Church, and our Bridegroom won't be unseen much longer.
A Den of Thieves (June 2016)
Jesus drove the moneychangers out of the temple area, calling them a "den of thieves." But has a new den of thieves taken their place?
Rapture Redux (July 2016)
An enigmatic (and long overlooked) passage in Revelation 12 yields a way to establish yet again the truth of the pre-tribulation Rapture.
A Tale of Two Trumpets (August 2016)
The argument that Paul's last trump at the Rapture is the same as the seventh angel's trumpet in Revelation hits one seriously sour note.
Trust Me (September 2016)
Recently, a harrowing travel experience served to help me put a little bit more meat on the bones of my faith.
Cabin Pressure (October 2016)
If you're on a plane that's losing cabin pressure, you need an oxygen mask—and what you get is a metaphor for the gospel.
Red Herrings (November 2016)
Atheists point to the eclectic array of world religions and laugh at those who believe in the God of the Bible—but the joke is on them.
That's the Deal (December 2016)
The Bible says Israel will be divided before Jesus returns, and many fear the UN may try to do just that. So what's the deal?