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   The One Hope of the Gospel(This is my Home Page)

   John 17:21-23 An Alternative View

   Literal Hermeneutics: grammatical-historical context

   An Ode to Biblical Truth - author unknown

   Handout comparing Kingdom Now Theology to Dispensationalism 



Recommended reading

1. Garry Friesen, Decision Making & the Will of God, Multnomah Press, 1980

2. Albert James Dager, Vengance is Ours: The Church in Dominion, Sword 
   Publishers, 1990
   This book thoroughly exlpains what is going in in the Church these days.

3. Dennis McCallum, The Death of Truth, Bethany House Publishers, 1996.
   Voices concern about Postmodernism infiltrating the Church.

4. Carl Widrig Jr, The Doctrine of the Kingdom of God, 1995

5. Mal Couch, gen. ed., Dictionary of Premillennial Theology, 
   Kregel Publications, 1996

6. Phil Arms, Promise Keepers: Another Trojan Horse,1997,ISBN 1-890058-01-7.
   A well-documented book by a pastor in Texas that does a good job in 
   exposing various aspects of PK, although exaggerating PK's (at least 
   "official") inclusiveness policy towards Mormons and homosexuals.

7. John E. Ashbrook, New Neutralism II, Here I Stand Books (536 Greenside
   Drive, Painsville, OH, 44077, $4), 1992.
   An excellent historical evaluation of the sad state of politically-
   correct/postmodern evangelicalism, exposing deviant policies
   of Fuller Seminary, Billy Graham, and Bill Bright, among others. 

8. The Dialectic & Praxis: Diaprax and the End of the Ages, 
   by Dean Gotcher. 
   Although not specifically referring to "Promise Keepers" 
   by name, this 52-page booklet describes the way PK is 
   brainwashing men to tolerate error through the controlled 
   (via dialogue, a.k.a. "relationship building") use of peer 
   pressure that breaks down one's willingness to confidently 
   express their own position as the absolute truth.

9.  R.C. Sproul, Knowing Scripture, IVP, 1977
    Pretty good for a non-dispensationalist. If every Christian
    adhered to the guidelines he lays out, there would be a lot
    less false doctrine in the Church.

10. Charles C. Ryrie, Dispensationalism (Today), Moody Press, 1995.
    This excellent presentation not only defines Dispensationalism
    and deals with many false doctrines (including "Progressive
    Dispensationalism," and the views of Daniel Fuller), but it also 
    corrects many common misunderstandings and misrepresentations 
    of the system propagated by many a rabid "Reformed Baptist" 
   (among others).  

Links to other folks that are putting out some good material:

Biblical Discernment Ministries
Note especially the exposes on "Christian" leaders.


The Bobgan's, Psychoheresy Awareness Ministries
Specializes in exposing "Christian psychology."

Good News For Catholics
The premier Page dealing with Roman Catholicism.

The Thomas Ice Collection
an excellent piece on Hermeneutics

Al Dager's Media Spotlight (finally!)

Pages dealing with logical fallacies: