This is Whitefield Mediaís third volume in a series entitled, Dialogues in Theology. In this volume, Dr. Kenneth G Talbot interviews Mr. Samuel M. Frost concerning the nature of hyper-preterism (aka full-preterism), its incompatibility with the Biblical worldview, and Mr. Frostís journey in and out of the view.
With a B.Th. (Liberty Christian College), Samuel completed a M.A. in Christian Studies; M.A. in Religion, and Th.M. from Whitefield Theological Seminary, Lakeland, Florida
In the not-to-distant future America, the Faith and Freedom Act is the final step to shutting down traditional Christianity. Only one man stands between religious freedom and tyranny: John Luther.
That is the premise of the newest Christian movie, "Persecuted." Staring John Remar (as the not-to-subtly named hero, John Luther), Bruce Davidson (as Luther's friend-turned-traitor) and Fred Thompson (as Luther's father-turned-priest).
Naturally, the powers-that-be
The videos and audios from the 2014 GA in Chattanooga are now available:
1. Duty of Preserving Unity and Purity in the Body of Christ
2. Servants of Christ and Stewards of the Mystery of God
3. The Authority of the Ministry with Regards to the Sacraments
In a close call of 5-4, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby's conviction to opt out of Obamacare's requirement to provide contraceptives, specifically the abortion-inducing drugs, according to Fox News. This victory is the first time the court has recognized the religious rights of for-profit corporations.
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In USA Today's opinion essay, "Can Bergdahl's faith explain his actions?," Mary Stange, a professor of religion at Skidmore College, attempts to explain a possible religious source of Bowe Bergdahl's actions. Her attempt was thoughtful and suggestive instead of aggressive and dogmatic, even as it was misinformed and unhelpful at times.