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Dave Hunt 1926-2013

Born in 1926, David Charles Haddon Hunt enjoyed the advantages of a godly upbringing and placed his trust in Jesus Christ as his personal Savior and Lord in his early teens.

As a young man, he served in the military toward the end of World War II. Afterward, he attended UCLA and received a degree in mathematics. It was during that time that he met the love of his life, Ruth Klassen. In 1950, they were married, and since both loved the outdoors, they enjoyed a beautiful honeymoon hiking in the High Sierras—perfect for two young people madly in love and with very little money to their name. Marriage was soon followed by the birth of two sons and two daughters. Ruth was a busy mother and also a gifted writer herself. She had a tremendous interest in and knowledge of history, a gift that would help Dave further down the road. Dave’s own career path led him into a position as a CPA/management consultant ...


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Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Michael Hranek
Again I appreciate Dave Hunt and others like him who have earnestly contended for the faith once for all delivered to the saints, against ecumenism, the emergent church, Islam, the word of faith, purpose driven and seeker sensitive movements in this increasingly Biblically illiterate time we are living in when so many seem to want a men pleasing peace with false teachings and religion and hate any confrontation with the enemies of the cross because they might have to suffer for a real faithfulness to Christ.

I need prayer, and I believe many of our brothers and sisters do as well to have the wisdom and grace of God to be wise as serpents and harmless as doves in earnestly contending for the faith without be condemned and rejected for "factiousness".

A significant artilce that might be helpful for us all as we seek to serve God faithfully in fellowship with other believers ans seek to see our churches restored to faithful Biblical faith AND HAVE GENUINE REVIVAL when so many are rushing into apostasy and union with Rome is:
The Diotrephes Syndrome A Strategy for (AB)Using Church Discipline as a Weapon
(against believers with valid concerns and Biblical objections to false teachers and teachings)

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News Item4/17/13 6:22 AM
William S. Sutherland | Houston, Texas  Find all comments by William S. Sutherland
When Dave Hunt debated Joey Pipa on the doctrines of grace, it was obvious who was baseing his argument on the Bible and it wasn't Dave Hunt. His argument seemed to be emotionally based. Joey Pipa blew him out of the water.

However, having seen Dave twice in my early days and having read his book The Seduction of Christianity and still getting his newsletter since 1986, I will say Dave was a watchman on the wall concerning the cults, the charismatics, and Catholicism. But his attacks on the sovereignty of God were a big disappointment. It was all downhill from there.

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News Item4/14/13 6:31 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Loosing the franchise wrote:
It boggles the mind that the 5% Calvinist Evangelicals happily tip the hat to the 95% Arminian Evangelicals when, by so doing, they're giving complete credence to the RCC. Why are Calvinists willing to play patty cakes with any synergist at all? It wouldn't be shocking that in the next 30 years, 50% of Arminians convert into the RCC, and Calvinism all but ceases to exist.
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What, no faith in yer religion?
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News Item4/14/13 6:02 PM
Loosing the franchise  Find all comments by Loosing the franchise
It boggles the mind that the 5% Calvinist Evangelicals happily tip the hat to the 95% Arminian Evangelicals when, by so doing, they're giving complete credence to the RCC. Why are Calvinists willing to play patty cakes with any synergist at all? It wouldn't be shocking that in the next 30 years, 50% of Arminians convert into the RCC, and Calvinism all but ceases to exist.

berean wrote:
[AUTHOR]Jim Lincoln wrote:
Least we forget, A Woman Rides the Beast: The Roman Catholic Church and the Last Days [Paperback] Dave had some good books on the cults besides, of course he just concentrated on the main one in the above book.
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"Catholic writer Robert W. Aufill has this to say about Hunt: "Strangely, Hunt¦ does not realize that his own emphasis on 'deciding for Christ' inescapably implies the possibility of co-operating with the grace of justification -- a possibility the Reformers constantly condemned but upon which the Catholic Church insists."
DAVE HUNT
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News Item4/14/13 5:56 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Michael Hranek wrote:
John UK
Our associate pastor put it well, along the lines of: 'If we think we have done anything to deserves it, grace is no longer grace.'
Any yet grace is not opposed to effort, the Grace of God ought to encourage effort, so our praying is not because we are holy enough (we'd never make it in ourselves) BUT far more along the lines of, let me use the word here, "OUTRAGEOUS" Totally beyond anything any of us could ever imagine BECAUSE
Romans 8:32
He who did not spare His own Son, but delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with Him also freely give us all things?
We sure have alot to learn.
What a lovely post, bro!

Romans 8 is sure a blessing.

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News Item4/14/13 5:43 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Michael Hranek
John UK wrote:
Good afternoon, brother Michael.
Thank you for your aside, even though it had little to do with my point.
Yes, you've only got to mention this subject of fervent prayer and effectual to cause me concern about my own spiritual poverty in this area. There are Praying Hydes, and Praying Paysons, and of course the great example to us all, Brother George Mueller of Bristol. Then there's Corrie Ten Boon, and a host of others, the list goes on.
Praying believing. Wow that is something else - deeply spiritual and very powerful. And to be honest, I don't really have that kind of prayer life. But the Bible does teach it.
John UK
Our associate pastor put it well, along the lines of: 'If we think we have done anything to deserves it, grace is no longer grace.'

Any yet grace is not opposed to effort, the Grace of God ought to encourage effort, so our praying is not because we are holy enough (we'd never make it in ourselves) BUT far more along the lines of, let me use the word here, "OUTRAGEOUS" Totally beyond anything any of us could ever imagine BECAUSE

Romans 8:32
He who did not spare His own Son, but delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with Him also freely give us all things?

We sure have alot to learn.

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News Item4/14/13 4:18 PM
berean  Find all comments by berean
[AUTHOR]Jim Lincoln[/AUTHOR]Least we forget, A Woman Rides the Beast: The Roman Catholic Church and the Last Days [Paperback] Dave had some good books on the cults besides, of course he just concentrated on the main one in the above book.[/QUOTE]..............................
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"Catholic writer Robert W. Aufill has this to say about Hunt: "Strangely, Hunt¦ does not realize that his own emphasis on 'deciding for Christ' inescapably implies the possibility of co-operating with the grace of justification -- a possibility the Reformers constantly condemned but upon which the Catholic Church insists."

DAVE HUNT

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News Item4/14/13 4:05 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Least we forget, A Woman Rides the Beast: The Roman Catholic Church and the Last Days [Paperback] Dave had some good books on the cults besides, of course he just concentrated on the main one in the above book.
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News Item4/14/13 3:50 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Michael Hranek wrote:
Afternoon John
Please don't missunderstand me, nothing is impossible with God and whenever God in His sovereignty brings us face to face with a need where we "don't have the 3 loaves our friend needs" let us do put our faith and trust in God in faith to ask for the impossible.
Isn't this the kind of exhortation the Holy Spirit gives through James in context of the effectiver fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much, when he writes to us how Elijah was a man with a nature like ours and he prayeed ..... for what was impossible with men and not with God?
Good afternoon, brother Michael.

Thank you for your aside, even though it had little to do with my point.

Yes, you've only got to mention this subject of fervent prayer and effectual to cause me concern about my own spiritual poverty in this area. There are Praying Hydes, and Praying Paysons, and of course the great example to us all, Brother George Mueller of Bristol. Then there's Corrie Ten Boon, and a host of others, the list goes on.

Praying believing. Wow that is something else - deeply spiritual and very powerful. And to be honest, I don't really have that kind of prayer life. But the Bible does teach it.

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News Item4/14/13 2:05 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
John UK wrote:
Mornin' Michael
Abram was not looking for a miracle, it was God gave him one without asking.
And I was a child of promise long before I even knew about it.
Oh, and you too, bro!
Afternoon John
Please don't missunderstand me, nothing is impossible with God and whenever God in His sovereignty brings us face to face with a need where we "don't have the 3 loaves our friend needs" let us do put our faith and trust in God in faith to ask for the impossible.

Isn't this the kind of exhortation the Holy Spirit gives through James in context of the effectiver fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much, when he writes to us how Elijah was a man with a nature like ours and he prayeed ..... for what was impossible with men and not with God?

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News Item4/14/13 8:37 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Michael Hranek wrote:
John UK
Let us not forget but consider:
We have not (desperately needed miracles?) because we ask not.
And that in our failure to trust He who did not spare His own Son but delivered Him up for us all, how will He not also with Him freely give us all things.
Mornin' Michael

Abram was not looking for a miracle, it was God gave him one without asking.

And I was a child of promise long before I even knew about it.

Oh, and you too, bro!

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News Item4/14/13 8:31 AM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Michael Hranek
John UK wrote:
Best way to get a good outcome on this issue is to study the human impossibility of Abram and Sarai having a child, and then read Galatians 4:28.
God works miracles when and where HE pleases.
John UK
Let us not forget but consider:

We have not (desperately needed miracles?) because we ask not.

And that in our failure to trust He who did not spare His own Son but delivered Him up for us all, how will He not also with Him freely give us all things.

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News Item4/14/13 8:02 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
GrayGhost wrote:
...struggling with this issue.
Best way to get a good outcome on this issue is to study the human impossibility of Abram and Sarai having a child, and then read Galatians 4:28.

God works miracles when and where HE pleases.

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News Item4/14/13 7:26 AM
GrayGhost | Georgia  Contact via emailFind all comments by GrayGhost
I rejoice with Dave's wife and family of his home-going! It is a great loss to the church at large of the loss of one who was willing to expose the extremes of the five point of Calvinism. His book, What Love is This? is a must read for those who are struggling with this issue. But, Dave will be remembered for his staunch support of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Well done, good soldier!
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News Item4/11/13 3:02 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Could my pastor be wrong? Like any man he can. I will add, he is an intelligent, well studied in the Scriptures, and someone I agree with on what he says in most of his sermons. Since the pastorate is what he is called for--and I am not, and he spends hours a week and that most of his life, I will say when I disagree with him in those rare instances, I am probably the one who is wrong.

So, who knows what will happen in the future, the nature of the Muhammadan religion means The Incompatibility of Islam with Western Civilization. This is an Inadequacy of Islam it is an oxymoron to put the words "civilized," and "Islam," together. So, Iraq could very well have another Saddam Hussein who will rule the country once again, and rebuild a future Babylon. Time will prove someone right on this. It is agreed that the Romish Church will be a major part of the Great Whore Church, so as I said, A Woman Rides the Beast: The Roman Catholic Church and the Last Days [Paperback] is good book to have.

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News Item4/10/13 5:13 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
By the way, in case came off wrong, I don't know anything for certain.
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News Item4/10/13 3:35 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Jim, "literal Babylon"? As in Iraq? When Sadam Hussein was rebuilding the city, many were convinced that it really was literal, but now? I think it's the Roman system being referred to. I know there was even talk, or rumors, of the UN moving there.
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News Item4/10/13 3:31 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Yes, their support of the Nazi's and Mussolini is duly noted and will not be forgotten. Neither will the fact that they provided the rat lines as a means for the escape of those who commited those unspeakable acts of violence upon men, women, children, as well as the not yet born. The church of Rome signed concordats with and received vast sums of money to stay out of Hitler's and Mussolini's business, and to ensure that Roman Catholocism would remain the states religion. Not to forget Hitler's comment: I am only finishing what the church of Rome started. By the way, neither Hitler nor Mussolini have ever been excommunicated. Interesting.
Now, since Pope John II's convenient blanket apology for the sins of the church, whenever these things are mentioned, the response is, " oh, they apologized...move on". The apology gave them a clean slate and paved the way for ecumenism, with Rome as its head.
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News Item4/10/13 1:48 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Chris, which was a problem with Dave, he sometimes had a hard time taking literally what the Bible said, q.v., Principles of Bible Interpretation. My pastor pointed out that "Babylon" wasn't a metaphor, and the literal Babylon was meant, and just about everyone assumes the Romish Church will have a key role in Babylonian Religion and the Apostate Church . I do believe that anyone who wants to get a good sampling of the book Chapter 9 can be found at, Chap. 9, Woman Rides the Beast.

One of the lectures that Dave gave at Indian Hills Community Church was about the role that the Roman Catholic Church had in helping NAZI war criminals escape, and there is quite a bit of detail in the book about that. I will assume as long as Dave's book is handy and his organization is still functioning and as a EIPS is around this material, e.g., "Hitler's Pope" Pius XII---Introduction will be kept in the forefront.

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News Item4/9/13 3:54 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
What I like about the book is his very thorough research. There are literally 100's of references to back up everything he wrote. There are not any opinions from what I remember, just pure facts using the Bible, Romes own words and writings, and unbiased historical record. This really is quite the read; covering a bit of everything. Well, he might have had his own opinions when it came to how the church plays out in prophesy. Not sure if it was opinion...I need to study more. Ha-ha.
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