Tag Archives: Left Behind

Jesus and Secular Humanism: A Discourse

While coming of age in the 1990s within the realm of conservative Evangelical Christianity, I heard my fair share about the boogeyman.  No, this wasn’t the devil and his henchman although we heard about them too and they are recorded … 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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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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The Patriotic God: A Review of “Our Great Big American God” by Matthew Paul Turner

Having the honor of being Facebook friends with the preeminent progressive Christian blogger and Evangelical culture critic Matthew Paul Turner, I ran across a posting of his one day which spoke of his upcoming book “Our Great Big American God.”  He was offering … Continue reading

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