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Big Words, Small Summaries: Five End-Time Views

In my post from yesterday I revealed the informal results from a casual Sunday survey I conducted recently about end times. And I suspect those who whom I unintentionally frustrated with the survey may have been equally irritated with the post, mainly because I still didn’t provide a synopsis of the various views. Well, at […]

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Survey Says…

A little more than a week ago I conducted an informal survey during my message, “Paul on the Lord’s Return.” The goal? To find out how many people in the audience definitively knew what eschatological label they wore; in what end times “camp” they pitched their tent. I showed four main views on the screen […]

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It Pays to Prepare!

Preachers like to believe people remember our sermons. Our word-plays and “sermon-in-a-sentence.” Our crafted messages. Our air-tight and logical outlines. We remember these aspects, so we think they—our hearers—do, too. Truth is, what most people actually remember best are the personal stories. Stories, yes, that highlight truth and provide a window into God’s Word. But […]

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