Timothy Weber: How Evangelicals Became Israel’s Best Friend, with Responses (1998)

The close tie between evangelicals and Israel is important: It has shaped popular opinion in America and, to some extent, U.S. foreign policy. To understand how it developed, one must know something about how many evangelicals interpret Bible prophecy and what difference their beliefs have made in the world of politics. Continue reading “Timothy Weber: How Evangelicals Became Israel’s Best Friend, with Responses (1998)”

Gary DeMar: Hiding the Truth at Liberty: A Response to Ed Hindson’s “The New Last Days Scoffers” (2005)

As a scholar of some reputation, who has access to historical sources and knows how to use them, Dr. Hindson should have informed his readers of preterism’s orthodox history and the recent history of dispensationalism and the many critiques lodged against it. Continue reading “Gary DeMar: Hiding the Truth at Liberty: A Response to Ed Hindson’s “The New Last Days Scoffers” (2005)”