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       Dave Hunt
       Dave Hunt is a Christian apologist, speaker, radio commentator and author. He has been in full-time ministry since 1973. The Berean Call, which highlights Dave's materials, was started in 1992. Hunt has travelled to the Near East, lived in Egypt, and written numerous books on theology, prophecy, cults, and other religions, including critiques of Catholicism, Islam, Mormonism, and Calvinism, among others. His books have sold over 4 million copies and have been translated into at least 20 languages.
       Theologically, Hunt is evangelical, dispensational, and associated with the Plymouth Brethren Movement. Although he is not a Calvinist, he does hold to eternal security.
       Hunt is a strict Biblical Creationist - refutations of evolution are a frequent topic of his radio programme. He has stated his view that evolution is a form of occult religion related to reincarnation. He has stated that "I think that you would have to be, in my opinion, an idiot to think that this universe happened by chance."

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Atheism has become a major threat to the church. New Atheists tend to be articulate and belligerent. They are aggressively engaging in "atheist evangelism," determined to stamp out every vestige of belief in God, which they insist is not only "stupid" but "wicked."

    Topics: Atheism

To reverence the impersonal creation instead of the personal God who created us is a perversion designed for escaping moral accountability to the Creator. God indicts those who worship the creation instead of its Creator (Rom 1:18-23); and warns of the corruption of morals and behavior which results.

    Topics: Atheism, Heresy, Creation

Atheism leads to numerous absurdities promoted by otherwise intelligent people.

    Topics: Atheism

Darwinism's atheism prevents science from knowing why things are as they are. Without God there is no answer to the why for anything.

    Topics: Atheism, God

We are raising a generation on the spiritual junk food of religious videos, movies, youth entertainment, and comic book paraphrases of the Bible. The Word of God is being rewritten, watered down, illustrated, and dramatized in order to cater to the taste of the carnal mind. That only leads further into the wilderness of doubt and confusion.

    Topics: Carnality, Doubt, The Bible

The revelation of Christ, for which our souls thirst, thrills us increasingly as we more clearly understand who He is in all His fullness and what He accomplished to reconcile us to Himself.

    Topics: Christ, Holiness

How important that we revel in and understand and experience the love of God and, in the power and assurance of that love, declare it to the world.

    Topics: Evangelism, Power

The key to our lives as Christians today is how clearly we "see" by faith the resurrected Christ.

    Topics: Faith, Resurrection

My attitude was and still is like that of David, who was ashamed that the armies of Israel would tremble before Goliath. Without hesitation he stepped forward with complete confidence in the God who had proven Himself to be faithful (1 Sam 17). For David, the size of the giant was irrelevant.

    Topics: Faithful, Attitude

We desperately need to understand something of the magnitude of sin, of evil, and of gross wickedness in this world if we are to appreciate our redemption. God's love, grace, and mercy shine all the brighter against the awful reality of evil. Indeed, the very existence of evil is a powerful proof of God's existence and holiness.

    Topics: God, Good and Evil, Redemption

The more clearly we see the infinite chasm between God's glory and our sinful falling short thereof, the greater will be our appreciation of His grace and love in bridging that gulf to redeem us.

    Topics: Grace, Redemption

That the Father and Son would love sinners that much is beyond our comprehension--but it ought to awaken a response of love and gratitude within our hearts that will change our lives forever!

    Topics: Gratitude, Change

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