The Four Blood Moons Theory

The book Four Blood Moons by John Hagee has become a best seller and is the current interest with regard to prophetic studies. Is this another prophetic fad or is this a legitimate concern on biblical prophecy and something we should seriously consider?


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The Rock – Examining the Foundation of Christ’s Church

Dr. Dan Hayden • All eyes are on the Vatican these days as the world awaits the appointment of the next pope. In light of this, we are brought again to the question of Christ’s church and its true foundation. The Roman Catholic Church has traditionally held that Peter was the first pope, and that Jesus Christ appointed him to that task when He said, “upon this rock I will build My church” (Matt. 16:18). Now there’s no question about the fact that Jesus was talking with Peter when He made that statement. Peter had just confessed that Jesus was “the Christ, the Son of the living God” (v. 16), after which Jesus said that Peter was indeed a blessed man (v. 17).


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Spiritual Ballast

Dr. Dan Hayden • In the aftermath of ideological change and financial crisis, it may seem that nothing is reliable anymore. What we can count on for sure, is that not much is for sure. The nations of the world are now scrambling to find a reliable footing in the economic upheaval. Many Americans are wondering if the national bus, after making a radical turn to the left, is about to plummet over...
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Expanding Evil and Tolkien

Dr. Dan Hayden • An enormous tsunami of evil seems to be surging over planet earth to engulf any sense of moral goodness, personal integrity and spiritual truth. Hitler’s Third Reich was a mere local flood by comparison, as have been the totalitarian regimes of communist thugs and Islamic radicals over the years. Fortunately, territorial and national boundaries have thwarted the spread of those...
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The Grand Illusion

The Deception of Another Gospel · Dr. Dan Hayden • The sensational illusionist Howard Thurston once boasted that he could walk an elephant across the stage and no one would notice. Later, Doug Henning actually performed that feat to the amazement of his audience. And, who can forget the magic of David Copperfield, who made a jumbo jet disappear on national TV? Illusion can be fun. We are...
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Reflecting on The Passion of the Christ

Dr. Dan Hayden • Mel Gibson’s film The Passion of the Christ (2004) elicited responses that span the spectrum of human emotion and experience. In doing so it has set numerous box office records, caused controversy regarding alleged anti-Semitism, and encouraged multitudes who are humbled by the sacrifice made by our Savior. The Mel Gibson film The Passion of the Christ is on...
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