Great Sermon! I understand your fervor to have the schools stop teaching our children lies in the schools.I was brought up in a school that taught evolution, and managed to discount it until at the age of 34 with three children sitting in a pew heard our preacher say from the pulpit, I don't know where evolution fits in the bible. Gods time, his day is perhaps not the same as ours. What a sad day for me and my children. Praise God for christian science teachers like you, Henry Morris, and Dr, john Whitcomb. Looking forward to hearing more of you.
Great Sermon! Excellent Sermon. Dr Hovind exposes Evolution for what it is the great big lie. The earth is not billions of years ago. But about 6000 years. God destroyed with a catalystimic flood and Dr Hovind shows the truth from the bible and science.
Thank you for the warning Very informative and enlightening message. It shows once again how important it is to stick to the Holy Bible as the final authority. I have been suspicious of Study Bibles for some time and this message just encourages me to stay cautious about mortal men's comments about the Word of God. The safest way is probably to forsake all footnotes and trust the Holy Spirit to help us understand the Scriptures.
Great Sermon! Christians should avoid this "Study Bible" -- Benny Hinn has said he used (uses?) The Dake Study Bible. That's about all you need to know! See http://www.apologeticsindex.org/d47.html
"According to Hanegraaff, Hinn several times denied to him having made the statement about women and birth. Hanegraaff said he finally told Hinn where he could find the disputed remark on the videotaped sermon. Hinn later acknowledged making the statement, calling it ''dumb.'' Hanegraaff said that when he reminded Hinn that he had credited the Holy Spirit with the teaching, the evangelist chuckled and said he had actually picked up the teaching from the (1963) Dake's Annotated Reference Bible."
Sadly, it's not uncommon for Hinn (and all of them) to escape accountability because they assume people have forgotten the past, so they deny everything. If an actual tape is produced, they claim they have repudiated whatever is on it -- Hinn repeatedly has said he repudiates the Prosperity Gospel, although he has never quit teaching it or distanced himself from the likes of Oral Roberts.
POWERFUL Sermon! the most understandable message I have ever heard on this topic, the speaker breaks down this topic and makes it very clear, this sermon also cover the topic of why God allows evil in the world..this speaker has a unique gift to make complicated things very understandable..share this message with others.
Great Sermon! I agree wholeheartedly with plw's comments. It is so imperative that we love the word of the Lord and place it importantly first above the opinions of man.
I would also love to see more posted from Dave Hunt as well. God bless you for posting these to lovingly warn others of false doctrine. I don't see this as judging the hearts of men, but of exposing the doctrines of demons for the purity of Christ's body.
Underground? I look forward to the day when you will no longer have to call yourselves the "underground" Christian network. This should be mainstream. We (the Evangelical Christian community) need to ask ourselves why such messages as this aren't already in the mainstream. I have to wonder whether "Christianity" in America even deserves the kind of preachers found at this Web site. There are people all over the world who have never heard the gospel, and hunger for it. When they hear it for the first time, they embrace it because they hear in it the voice of God. But here, in this most affluent nation in the world, people have heard the Word, rejected it because it's not palatable to them, and now are "seeking" for something more "relevant," more "compassionate," and less "judgmental." I'm reminded of Christ's admonition in Matt. 10: 14-15. "And if anyone will not receive you or listen to your words, shake off the dust from your feet when you leave that house or town. Truly, I say to you,it will be more bearable on the day of judgment for the land of Sodom and Gomorrah than for that town." I have to wonder whether our own country is not one of the "towns" to which Jesus was referring.