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TAMB: Doug Wilson, J.R.R. Tolkien, G.K. Chesterton, & C.S. Lewis, Part II

Were J.R.R. Tolkien, G.K. Chesterton, and C.S. Lewis saved? Doug Wilson (pastor of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho) was recently asked this question and many of his answers reveal the troubling implications of his “Federal Vision” theology. This program addresses … Continue reading

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TAMB: Doug Wilson, J.R.R. Tolkien, G.K. Chesterton, & C.S. Lewis, Part I

Were J.R.R. Tolkien, G.K. Chesterton, and C.S. Lewis saved? Doug Wilson (pastor of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho) was recently asked this question and many of his answers reveal the troubling implications of his “Federal Vision” theology. This program addresses … Continue reading

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TAMB: The Armoury Ministries Broadcast–Inaugural Program

In this inaugural program of The Armoury Ministries Broadcast, I introduce the theme hymn of The Armoury Ministries: The Sands of Time are Sinking. This hymn’s lyrics, rich history, and beautiful tune are surveyed in this program. Download the program … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Kirk Cameron along with Glenn Beck, Dave Dwyer, and all their Respective Employees and Listening Audiences

Update:  Related interview with WorldView Weekend (mp3)Dear Kirk Cameron – At the outset let me mention that I celebrated your excellent labors with respect to the movie, Fireproof, when it was released. As a husband, father of six children, and … Continue reading

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True Marriage: A Covenant of Love

Quaint and pithy sayings are often mistaken for genuine wisdom, especially when they are given to us from historical figures or men of renown. Great danger comes when the hearer becomes passive with such “wisdom” by failing to measure everything … Continue reading

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Lewis’ and Piper’s Transitive Influences on Evangelicalism

I. LEWIS’ & PIPER’S TROUBLING AFFIRMATIONS OF HEDONISMII. LEWIS’ & PIPER’S TRANSITIVE INFLUENCES ON EVANGELICALISMIII. THE BAD LEGACY OF MYSTICISM, SUBJECTIVISM, AND SECULARISMIV. THE GRAVE NEED FOR REAL LIGHT IN A WORLD OF REAL DARKNESS II. Lewis’ and Piper’s Transitive … Continue reading

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Lewis’ & Piper’s Troubling Affirmations of Hedonism

The following article is also featured at Worldview Weekend (here). For more background information on the legacy of C.S. Lewis: ataul.thearmoury.org As a follow up to my September 10th article (Victoria Osteen & John Piper’s “Christian Hedonism”: What’s The Difference?) … Continue reading

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Altar to an Unknown Love: Rob Bell, C.S. Lewis, and the Legacy of the Art and Thought of Man

  eBook and paperback – available at amazon.com. For more information about this book, go to: ataul.thearmoury.org. For more information about The Armoury Ministries, go to: www.thearmouryministries.org 2 Timothy 3:1,4: “In the last days…men will be…lovers of hedonism [φιλήδονοι]…” For … Continue reading

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Victoria Osteen and “Christian Hedonism”

Victoria Osteen’s dark moment of honesty before a watching world has generated much buzz and discussion lately. However, one must wonder why there is so much surprise in this – she has simply admitted to the very core of her … Continue reading

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The Bitter-Sweet Lessons of Divine Providence

Last month I stumbled upon some sad and difficult news, the likes of which I will not describe in detail, but will only say that it involves a church in the northern Midwest. I heard about this news via a … Continue reading

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