According to Greek mythology, Narcissus would have lived a long life had he never come to know himself. But, after he had angered the gods, Narcissus saw his reflection for the first time in a pool of water. As he…Read more
With the retreat of Christianity from society in the first half of this century, America became more and more pagan. Many people today, unfortunately, are choosing a deceptive form of hedonism known as the New Age Movement, and they often…Read more
What do the scriptures teach about abortion? The following letter was submitted in the Spring of 1991, as a response to contributing editor Mike Wade’s series on pro-life activism: Dear Mike Wade: I hate to blow your heroic, “persecuted” pro-life…Read more
THE OLD TESTAMENT SPANS SOME 4000 YEARS. Of its 39 books, ten cover a period of only 120 years.1 This time period is often referred to as the Golden Age of Israel. Divided into successive 40-year reigns by three kings,…Read more
Ask someone their opinion of Columbus and it will very likely reveal their worldview, even if they don’t know what that is. Paul Gray, writing in Time magazine last October, identified the three contemporary interpretations of Columbus and his journey.…Read more
What Should Be the Motive for Activism? In the November Forerunner, we cited examples of news media bias against the pro-life movement, and promised a sequel that would discuss how to use that information to improve the odds of better…Read more
Three months ago something happened that could forever help us in our fight to see abortion abolished. The details of the incident are necessary to study in full, before we implement this new weapon in the effort to overturn legalized…Read more
Ronald Reagan changed his view as a result of watching The Silent Scream – a movie he considered so powerful and convicting that he screened it at the White House.
Foundations in Biblical Eschatology
Featuring Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry at the 1999 Ligonier conference
Exposes the Dangers of Abortion to Women!
Digitally Remastered 1953 Classic
The Book of Daniel in Preterist Perspective