Monthly Archives: March 2007

More from the MSOP Lectureship

Yesterday’s lectures were outstanding! I got to hear brother Keith Mosher preach on “Victory over death and the grave” and I got to read his chapter in the lectureship book. He has a way of making a person think and … Continue reading

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Memphis School of Preaching Lectureship

What a great week it has been so far! I have been at the Memphis School of Preaching Lectureship this week and all the lessons have been outstanding!

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New DVD: The Silencing of God

by Dave Miller, Ph.D. In our continuing mission to engage the spiritual enemies inherent in the culture wars being waged in America, we are pleased to announce the release of The Silencing of God Seminar on DVD. You are well … Continue reading

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Separated from My Mother’s Womb

by Wayne Jackson March 20, 2007 In his epistle to the churches of Galatia, quite obviously Paul was combating a Judaistic element in these congregations (most likely those he and Barnabas had established on that first missionary campaign – Acts … Continue reading

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Tiny Babies Abortionists Would Rather We Forget

by Eric Lyons, M.Min. When Samuel Armas was a 21-week unborn baby, USA Today photojournalist Michael Clancy snapped what arguably would become the most famous pre-natal photograph ever. On August 19, 1999, Dr. Joseph Bruner, of Vanderbilt University Medical Center … Continue reading

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The Evolution Revolution: The Same Old Thing

by Kyle Butt, M.A. For the past century, scientists who adhere to Darwinism have been parading before the public amazing “evidence” that allegedly proves the triumph of organic evolution over biblical creation. These enlightened scholars have ridiculed the poor, ignorant, … Continue reading

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General Pace & General Washington

by Dave Miller, Ph.D. General Peter Pace, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff—America’s top military figure—recently evoked a storm of angry protests from gay-rights advocates and liberal politicians (Jelinek, 2007). The reason? He made the following statement: “I … Continue reading

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