Lutheran Pastor Calls for Formal Talks

The Rev. CJ Conner, Lutheran pastor, author, and director of Aspire Ministries in Dodge City Kansas, calls for official talks to begin between Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ and North American Lutheran Churches. Both denominations grew out of a split within the Evangelical Lutheran Churches in America beginning in 1999.

New Documentary Explores Scientific Evidence for the Resurrection

A new nine-part documentary from Revealed Films, “Christ Revealed,” explores the scientific evidence for the resurrection of Christ. Featuring top Christian apologists and historians and filmed on-location in Israel and across America, the docu-series is an epic journey of revelation about the truth of one of the Bible’s most controversial claims.

New Documentary Commemorates 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

Richard Weikart, an author and history professor at California State University, Stanislaus, recently teamed up with Emmy-Award-winning cinematographer and producer Jim Gromer on an exciting documentary project. To commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, they filmed at many sites in Germany and Switzerland where Luther and other Reformers made history.

America’s Christian Origins Spotlighted in New Video

The executive producer of an award-winning Christian audio adventure series has produced a special Fourth of July video recounting America’s Christian heritage and warning that the nation’s future depends on returning to “the source of law in God’s revealed Word.”

Secrets Unlocked from Ancient Scroll

The Assemblies of God Center for Holy Lands Studies (CHLS) provides a regular column to PE News that offers deep and sometimes surprising insight into the Word of God through close examination of the culture of the day, biblical sites, and archaeological records. In this article, Wave Nunnally, Ph.D., professor of Early Judaism and Christian Origins at Evangel University and a regular instructor in Israel for CHLS, examines the significance of what was recently found in the Ein Gedi scroll and the technology that allows it to be read.

What the Feast of Tabernacles Means for the Millennial Kingdom

As the seventh feast of the seventh month of the biblical calendar, the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) points toward the culmination of God’s redemptive program. Each year, as we read in Leviticus 23:39-43, we celebrate this harvest festival to rejoice in His sufficiency. We wave the lulav branches (Lev. 23:40) to the four corners of the earth, acknowledging God’s provision for us and His sovereignty as the King of Kings who reigns over all.

Is it the Ark Remains?

During the summer of 2015 part of the “Ark-Quest” team was on Greater Mount Ararat, and took a number of photographs of an (alleged) ancient architectural constructed object. The object resembled “A Triangular ‘A’-Framed (House-Like Roof) on an ancient ship-like-hull” in ruins. Said artifact rests in a semi rectangular horizontal plateaued-like cliff shelf “hollow cavity” recessed into Mount Ararat.

Awakenings That Transformed Entire Nations

There it was, written in 10-inch letters on the roadside marquee of a little country church. “Revival This Week With Evangelist Daniel Norris.” When I saw it, it made me chuckle a little on the inside. That statement always amuses me.

New Book Presents Case Study on Anglican Communion/Episcopal Churches in North America

A new book by the Very Rev. Dr. Godson Paul-Nzeh, A Crack In The Church And The Biblical Solution, reveals and challenges the progressivisms in Anglican Church especially from the province in North America. It shows the harm the ideology has done to the faith once delivered to the saints. He stresses that spiritually the ideology has created a crack in the Church. This includes the Church challenging traditional marriage before the government and most of the western countries followed suit. The author believes that the spiritual revival the church is waiting for will come only when the church goes back to Biblical values. This book will effectively help a student of theology to grasp the meaning of theology – generally and specifically – the reformed/Anglican theology. It will also help the reader to follow the present historical events and radical ideological changes that the Church is experiencing.

Archaeologists Discover 7,000-Year-Old Jerusalem Settlement

During a pre-construction survey prior to building a new road, Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologists excavated a 7,000-year-old settlement in a northern Jerusalem neighborhood.

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