Monthly Archives: October 2014

Review: The Prometheus Deception By Robert Ludlum

My family used to always talk about author Robert Ludlum when I was growing up.  My mom and Uncle Bob would speak of convoluted plots, spy thriller tension and a plethora of characters that a reader would have to take … Continue reading

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More Dispensational Fun: My response to Lee Compson

I’m probably going to contradict myself here.  In the fading nothingness that became of the new “Left Behind” film starring Nicholas Cage, I wrote a piece about the rapture and dispensationalism.  In that piece, I wrote this:  “Whether someone believes … Continue reading

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Mark Driscoll resigns from Mars Hill Church

The news has gone national.  Mark Driscoll, on October 14th, 2014, has resigned from Mars Hill Church. The text of his resignation letter can be found here: “October 14, 2014 Michael Van Skaik Chairman, Board of Advisors and Accountability … Continue reading

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The Rapture is being Left Behind

Anyone who has had any encounter with the evangelical movement in America in the past couple of decades has almost certainly heard about “the rapture”.  This allegedly futuristic event involves Jesus Christ coming back for His followers (the Church) and … Continue reading

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September in Cannon Beach

The Oregon Coast will always have a foremost place in the recesses of my vacation memories. Growing up, the journey was done probably three or four times with my parents.  On a few of those occasions, we would end up in … Continue reading

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