Brace yourself, I’m about to blow your minds. I’m gonna explain my view concerning the end times. You may think it’s strange and unbelievable. It’s the position I hold often called Postmillennial. Just sit back and hear my case. Of what God has planned for the whole human race. To understand this great storyContinue reading “Postmillennial Rap”
Author Archives: Ben Moore
If I had to describe myself in a couple of ways I would say I’m a film buff, and more importantly, a Postmillennialist. I spend a lot of time during the week studying what the Bible has to say concerning the end times, and at the end of the week when movie night comes, toContinue reading “Postmillennial Heart”
Gods Law: Answering Objections to its Binding Validity.
The law of the LORD is perfect, reviving the soul; the testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple; the precepts of the LORD are right, rejoicing the heart; the commandment of the LORD is pure, enlightening the eyes; the fear of the LORD is clean, enduring forever; the rules of the LORDContinue reading “Gods Law: Answering Objections to its Binding Validity.”
Postmillennialism According to “The Late Great Planet Earth”
Hal Lindsey is known for making future predictions in his popular work The Late Great Planet Earth. What he missed in his crystal ball was the reemergence of Postmillennialism (PM). The hope of a victorious future for the church within human history has made a tremendous comeback. In my opinion, the leading cause of itsContinue reading “Postmillennialism According to “The Late Great Planet Earth””
The Postmillennial Hope
Every year at Christmas many Christians sing a particular carol that has a theology long lost to the cultural pessimism of the twentieth century. Isaac Watt’s Joy to The World has a message of a hope that many Christians don’t even realize is there. Consider the third stanza, No more let sins and sorrows grow,Continue reading “The Postmillennial Hope”
Christian Students in a Secular College.
Just a few weeks into a bran new college semester and already I feel the tension between two opposing worldviews that perceive academia in extremely different ways. I first noticed this when I heard a Professor of mine make, what I thought to be an outrageous statement. While lecturing on the Incan culture the class reacted in detestation at some of theContinue reading “Christian Students in a Secular College.”
Last Wednesday, 11 May 2016, I debated a Collin College classmate, Bob Shields over the issue of abortion. The specific topic was, “Should abortion be illegal in all fifty states?” I, of course took the affirmative position whereby Shields took the negative. The debate served as a demonstration of secular or left-wing illogic, fallaciousness, and irrationality. It was painfully obvious which side was preparedContinue reading “Debate review”