CoverIt’s popular to tout new insights into prophecy, but Bryan Augsburger and Mark McGinniss are exposing them as error. Augsburger answers “Is hype eclipsing hermeneutics?” in his evaluation of new teaching on blood moons, while McGinniss investigates five fatal flaws in Jonathan Cahn’s exegesis regarding America in Biblical prophecy. Such errors come from bad hermeneutics, which David L. Larsen addresses in “A Hermeneutical House of Horrors,” the digital edition’s journal feature. In the meantime, life in local churches goes on, with young adults “Forsaking Their iPhones to Serve Christ” but “Control Freaks [still causing trouble] in the Local Church.”

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Baptist Bulletin Plus—Digital Content

  • They Don’t Look Right! | Shirley Hull
  • Closing the Generation Gap | Joseph H. Bower
  • The Foundation of the Church | Joseph H. Bower
  • How to Keep from Worrying about the Future | Carl Johnson
  • Why Study Prophecy? | Robert Gromacki
  • Singing with Understanding
  • Benchmarks for a Balanced Youth Ministry | Mel Walker
  • Problem Areas in the Church Life | Charles U. Wagner
  • Family Bible Study: How Long Will We Be in Heaven? | Cheryl Fawcett and Robert C. Newman
  • Family Bible Study: What Will We Do in Heaven? | Cheryl Fawcett and Robert C. Newman
  • Journal Feature: A Hermeneutical House of Horrors | David L. Larsen