Even among Christians, "until death do us part" often means "until the judge do us part." Have Christians begun to perceive marriage as do non-Christians——as simply a social contract to be dissolved at will?
Many of the citizens of this world are oppressed and exploited. Should this cause the church to espouse political and social issues with ever greater fervor? Can it do so and still proclaim the gospel?
In reference to this prophetic span of time, Christians have divided themselves into premillennialists, postmillennialists, and even amillennialists. It has been interpreted as a long period of earthly peace, the entire Christian Age, a time when the redeemed will reign
with their Lord in heaven, or the restoration of the Temple and its
sacrifices in Jerusalem. In one way or another, a fully developed
Biblical concept of end-time events must recognize and deal with the
millennium revealed in the Apocalypse.
Thousands of viewers across North America are familiar with the It Is Written telecast. Recently Editor J. R. Spangler interviewed George Vandeman, founder and speaker of the 25-year-old broadcast, about the history and goals of this unique television ministry, including the recent nationwide satellite seminar, Teleseminar.
The historian cannot prove beyond all doubt the accuracy of the Bible's account of Esther, but when the known historical data is compared with the Inspired Record, the results are in every case compatible.