Why I Am Not An "Apocalyptic Fundamentalist"

Yes, I believe Jesus is coming back and I believe His return is imminent. Yes, I believe the earth will experience great cataclysm and chaos in the future. But no, I do not believe that what is happening today in America—or even in other parts of the world—means Jesus must be or needs to be coming back any day now.

Raised Up By God

In every generation and in every circumstance, God raises up those who will respond to His call and do His will. Sometimes He uses the testimony of just one individual to do His work and fulfill His promises—like Enoch, Noah, Abraham, Joseph, Moses, Elijah, and so many others who stood virtually alone for God.

Why We Believe in a Young Earth

All Bible-believers take Scripture seriously and literally in matters of salvation, but is the same true when it comes to matters of historical science? Many, even among those who profess to be fundamentalists, adopt methods of interpretation that are allegorical or even mythological approaches to certain portions of Scripture rather than understanding the texts of the Bible contextually, normally, literally, historically, and grammatically.

"Some Things Hard To Be Understood"

[The following helpful article was written over fifty years ago by Franklin G. Huling, a faculty member of the FEA’s Fundamental Bible Institute. The truths contained herein are just as important and timely today when so many are twisting the Scriptures to advance their own agendas.]

Interpreting the Bible

Safe, Secure, and Sealed

The question of whether or not a true believer can lose his salvation after having been justified by faith alone in the person and work of Jesus Christ has existed within the church almost from its inception. In fact, during the persecution of the early church in the second and third centuries, many individuals who were facing the prospect of torment and even death chose to renounce their faith in order to avoid suffering a painful and often lethal punishment.

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