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 "I have now watched your excellent 'Tares Among the Wheat' film four times.  I am fully convinced that both Vaticanus and Sinaiticus are corrupted documents and I believe the evidence you present in your film overwhelmingly supports this fact.  I feel that this whole affair has been completely overlooked by most Christians which is a tragedy. I also think that staunch defenders of Sinaitucus and Vaticanus ... would have a very difficult time defending their claims against the evidence you provide in your film." -- Gareth Yendle, United Kingdom

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Today's Show: SAUDI ARABIA, COMMUNISM & ROME - 5.24.2017

Chris continues the discussion on the dangers of the Western political view of Saudi Arabia.  Yet Western leaders have a long history (even prior to the Second World War) of favoring Islam and Arabia against the Christian world.  Also discussed is some of the history of Rome and the principles of Communism, which
find some origins in the teachings of ancient Catholic writers such as Thomas Aquinas and his views of private property ownership.


Today's Show: TRUMP & SAUDI ARABIA - 5.22.2017

Chris discusses the recent trip taken by President Donald Trump to the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  The Trump Administration has announced a multi-billion dollar arms deal with the Saudis, which will allow them to build up their military forces.  But is this a wise agreement?  Critics argue that Saudi Arabia has financed the promotion of Wahhabi Islam (the most extreme form of Muhammadism) in countries throughout the world.  Also, most of the hijackers on 9/11 were from Saudi Arabia, and it is reported that their funding most likely came from their country of origin.  We consider that when the once Christian city of Constantinople fell to the Turks in 1453, it was largely because the Muslims had obtained weapons of mass destruction from a Western engineer.  Could there be a danger in providing arms for a country that may one day become a future enemy to the United States?


Today's Show: ROMANS CHAPTER THIRTEEN - 5.17.2017

Chris discusses Romans chapter thirteen in light of events happening in our world today.  This particular chapter has been used in times past to convince Christians that they should obey government in nearly every circumstance, even if the government is given to wicked and lawless behavior.  The classic example is what happened in Nazi Germany during the twentieth century, and how churches were compelled to cooperate with Hitler, in spite of the injustices carried out.  Yet this same issue was present with early American colonists during the years just prior to the War for Independence, and a famous sermon by Jonathan Mayhew on "Romans 13 and Submission to Higher Powers" clarified that the responsibility of Christians was to government that operated as the "minister of God," as the Scriptures declare.  From this sermon is said to have come the phrase, "Resistance to Tyrants is Obedience to God." 


Chris discusses a new story from the Gatestone Institute about Germany's recent attack on property rights, reportedly "confiscating homes" to use for the continual flow of migrants into that country.  The systematic destruction of private property ownership appears to be advancing in different parts of Europe in order to accommodate the imposed Muslim invasion, promoted by the globalists.  There can be little question that the principles of Socialism and full blown Communism are at the heart of it.  But can there be any hope for Europe as long as the people and their leaders refuse to turn back to the Christian faith, and rightly honor the God of Creation?



Chris continues his discussion of Romans chapter one and the progressive decline of Western Civilization.  With the victory of the globalists in France, will that country be the first to fall into the hands of Islam?  And how could so many people seem to be so blind?  Paul's epistle reminds us of the importance of being bold for the cause of the truth and to be unashamed of the Gospel of Christ, especially in this age of ecumenical compromise, where it is commonly taught that there are "many" paths to God.  The beginning of Romans explains what happens to society when men change the truth of God into a lie.  Is this what's really behind the decline of the West?


Today's Show: AMERICA & ROMANS CHAPTER ONE - 5.9.2017

Chris discusses the teaching of the Apostle Paul in the first chapter of Romans, and how this relates to the condition of America today.  The opening chapter of Romans details the decline of the Gentile world that had once known God, but then exchanged the truth of God for a lie.  Their stubborn betrayal of the Creator ultimately caused them to be given over to increasing levels of depravity and ruin.  Is the United States facing the systematic decline described by Paul in this epistle?  Is the Western world currently falling into the trap that has corrupted civilization since ancient times?


Today's Show: PENCE, ISLAM & THE SALT OF THE EARTH - 5.2.2017

Chris discusses a new story about Vice President Mike Pence who traveled to Indonesia (the country with the largest Muslim population in the world).  While there, Pence said that Indonesia's tradition of "moderate Islam" was "an inspiration to the world."   But does such a statement stand against careful scrutiny?  Jihad Watch reports on many cases of Islamic extremism in the country, where Christians are often persecuted and people are harassed, stabbed, beaten and killed for violating Sharia law.  Why would Pence (on behalf of the Trump administration) make such a statement?   Also discussed is Matthew chapter five and the Sermon on the Mount, where Jesus declares that His followers are to be the "salt of the earth," and warns that if the salt loses its savor, it is cast aside and "trodden under foot of men."  What could this mean for America and the entire Western world?



Chris discusses an article from Frontline Fellowship describing the history of the Church in Western Europe from the time of the Great Reformation into the modern era.  Incredibly, at the beginning of the twentieth century the Protestant missionaries believed they might very well complete the Great Commission in their generation.  Yet by the end of that century, the Christian world had been turned upside down by Communism, Socialism and secular humanism.   Also discussed are comments from some of our listeners with responses to a question about the Jesuit Reductions of Paraguay, along with a concern over a theory about the Codex Vaticanus.



Chris discusses some of the new information surrounding the Codex Sinaiticus with a growing number of researchers and authors publishing important details.  In particular, a new book by Dr. David Sorenson covers elements of the last 12 verses of Mark that are often called into question because they are not found in the "most ancient and reliable manuscripts, the Vaticanus and Sinaiticus."  Yet critical details about the paleographical analysis of those texts is typically omitted from the average study Bible, preventing Christians from drawing a more educated conclusion.  A powerful quote has surfaced from 19th century scholar, Dr. James Harris that sheds light on the issue.



Chris discusses a series of news topics, from recent comments made by Pope Francis who referred to refugee camps as "concentration camps," to the discovery of new information that has surfaced about the Armenian Genocide of 1915, from a leading Turkish-American scholar on the subject.  Also discussed is a recent headline that denies the crucifixion of Christ, based on an allegedly "ancient manuscript" called The Gospel of Barnabas that was discovered in the year 2000.  Having reportedly come from Turkey, the so-called gospel reports that Jesus did not actually die on the cross, but rather it was Judas -- a common claim among Islamic scholars.  But could the manuscript have been the work of ancient Gnostic heretics?


Today's Show: THE JESUITS & FRANKLIN GRAHAM - 4.19.2017

Chris discusses an article posted by the Jesuit's America Magazine in which they interviewed Franklin Graham about a new documentary produced by his organization.  While avoiding anything to do with the new film, the Jesuit writer went on about Graham's "anti-Muslim" and "anti-LGBT" comments.  Also discussed is the story of a Muslim who recently attended a World View Weekend conference, and was found out in his car video-taping himself making threatening comments while brandishing a series of firearms.  He has not yet been arrested.


Today's Show: RESURRECTION SUNDAY - 4.17.2017

Chris discusses some of the controversies surrounding the annual celebration of the Easter holiday, which is sometimes called "Resurrection Sunday."  The New Testament places an important emphasis on a believers' faith in the Resurrection of Christ, and the Apostle Paul argued it to be a critical component of salvation (Romans 10:9, 1 Corinthians 15:2,17).  Also discussed is some of the history behind the word "Easter" and whether or not it comes from a Pagan origin, along with recognition of the holiday itself.  Was Easter adopted in place of some pagan festival, or was the annual remembrance of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ observed by the early church?


Today's Show: TRUMP, RUSSIA & WORLD WAR - 4.15.2017

Chris discusses more of the latest headlines in light of New Testament prophecies concerning "wars and rumors of war" which seem to abound.  The U.S. conflict with Syria brings our country into a potential conflict with Russia, and now North Korea is saber rattling about a nuclear threat.  What are the prophetic implications of such a time as this?  And will these events somehow escalate into the next world war as some predict?  Jesus foretold that the nations would rise one against another but tells believers that we should "be not troubled" and to remember that "all these things must come to pass."


Today's Show: TRUMP, SYRIA & THE SWORDS OF MEN - 4.13.2017

Chris discusses the latest issues with President Trump's decision to take action against Syrian President Assad, who has been blamed for a chemical attack against his own people.  What will conflict with Syria mean concerning U.S. relations with Russia?  Also discussed is a powerful passage from Ezekiel chapter 33 where God speaks against those who trust in their own "swords" rather than in the Lord.  The lesson reminds us of the faith of the early American colonists, who believed they could only prevail through faith in God.


Today's Show: CHRISTIANITY, ISLAM & THE GOSPEL - 4.12.2017

Chris discusses a recent story about a Christian college student in Florida who was suspended after he stood up for the truth of the Gospel, against a Muslim professor.  The professor (in class) taught that the crucifixion of Jesus Christ never actually took place, but was confronted with Biblical truth by one of her students.  The professor then claimed that the student had threatened her, but her story later turned out to be false.  Yet the greater issue seems to be the historic threat that Islam poses to the preaching of the Gospel of Christ.  While the ecumenical movement gives the impression that Islam holds to the same beliefs as Christianity, it is clear from the teachings of the Koran that the key components of the New Testament are openly denied by the Muslim world.


Today's Show: ANTICHRIST IN PROPHECY - 4.5.2017

Chris discusses more of the Historicist view on Antichrist and how prophecy was seen by the Reformers, in particular, their belief that Revelation chapter 9 foretold the rise of Islam in the middle ages.  Also discussed are a number of news stories, including the story of a U.S. Representative who declared that the pope was "the anti-Christ" based on her study of the Geneva Bible, along with an update on modern textual criticism and the new books that have been produced on the subject of Codex Sinaiticus.



Chris answers a listeners email concerning an earlier show, about loving those who hate the Lord vs. loving our enemies.  Also discussed are the 18th century writings of William Carey, the man known as the "father of modern missions."  Carey described the state of the nations of the earth as he understood them at that time, and in relation to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  His bold and unapologetic view of pagan beliefs provides an important reminder of the necessity of defending the exclusivity of Christ as the only way of salvation.



Chris discusses the growing wave of resistance against the invasion of Islam via the Socialist European Union.  In addition to Britain's Brexit movement, the rise of Le Pen in France and the advancement of Geert Wilders in the Netherlands, now Poland is fighting back against having any Muslim migrants forcibly entered into their country.  In a powerful speech, a Polish woman publicly rejects the suggestion by an Islamic imam that Sharia law will come to Poland.  She declared: "... you will not introduce ANY of your Islamic rules.  This is Poland. This is our land .... Here Jesus Christ is our King."



Chris discusses the vision of the Book of Revelation from chapter 6, where the four horsemen of the Apocalypse are revealed.  Bible teachers have debated their meaning for centuries.  Where is their place in the timeline of prophecy?  Are they yet to appear?  Or did they begin in the first century?  It might be argued that understanding the first of these horsemen (the rider on a White Horse) has everything to do with comprehending the rest of them.  The nations of the earth have endured war, famine and death for centuries and so it could not be said that these things are yet future.  Yet according to the vision set down by the Apostle John, what is the symbolism of the rider who is shown before them?


Today's Show: PAUL RYAN, OBAMACARE & THE JESUITS - 3.29.2017

Chris discusses the ongoing controversy in Washington as the Republican party (which now has full control of all three branches of government) flounders around trying to figure out how to "repeal and replace Obamacare."  House Speaker, Paul Ryan (a devout Roman Catholic) has remained at the center of the conflict that now appears to be heading towards a complete right wing debacle.  Some have called Ryan's version of the bill "RINO-Care" or "Obamacare-Lite."  Could Ryan's past relationship with the Jesuits at Georgetown University have something to do with how he has handled the issue?  And is the real purpose of Obamacare to help Americans?  Or is it a socialist program designed to ultimately help the massive wave of immigrants (both legal and illegal) that are coming to the United States?


Today's Show: HELPING THOSE WHO HATE THE LORD - 3.24.2017

Chris discusses the concept of "loving your enemies" in contrast to the rebuke against those who "help the ungodly."  What is the difference, according to Scripture?  We consider the example in the Old Testament of the alliance between Jehoshaphat and Ahab.  Among modern churches in America, there appears to be an epidemic of professing Christian groups who feel compelled to help Muslims come into the United States.  Not only do these groups help Islamic immigrants get settled in American towns, they often go so far as to assist in the building of mosques.  Should Christians be helping the Islamic community set up houses of worship where the Gospel of Jesus Christ will be openly denounced?


Today's Show: POPE FRANCIS & THE RWANDA GENOCIDE - 3.22.2017

Chris discusses the recent "apology" given by Pope Francis to Rwandan President Paul Kagame on behalf of the role played by the Roman Catholic Church in the Rwanda Genocide of 1994.  The European Institute of Protestant Studies reported on how the media "strangely omitted the role of the institution largely responsible for the genocide" during the 10 year anniversary of the event in 2004.  Late last year, the Catholic Bishops gave an apology, one that has now been reinforced by the pope himself -- though critics argue that Francis did not truly apologize.  The Guardian reports that even after the genocide "a Catholic network helped priests and nuns" who took part in the murders escape to Europe in order to help them "evade justice."


Today's Show: THE EASTERN HORN OF ANTICHRIST - 3.14.2017

Chris discusses new developments involving prophecy and the rise of Anti-Christian powers in Europe, comparing passages in the Scriptures with the witness of current events.  While the Pope and his fellow Jesuits embrace Islam in the West, there are those who predict that the President of Turkey may become the head of a new Islamic Caliphate.  Could this be a return of the Ottoman Empire?



South Africa continues to struggle in its post Apartheid era, as white farmers have been systematically murdered by blacks who are inspired by Marxist agitators.  The country's condition should be a warning to the West, but few understand its real history.  During the time of Nelson Mandela, the idea of a "rainbow nation" was promoted in which blacks and whites would dwell peaceably together.  But now the country's president, Jacob Zuma has called for lawmakers in SA to seize white-owned land without compensation.  As a result, many are predicting that a full blown civil war or "race" war is imminent.


Today's Show: BEAUTY & THE BEAST, IGNATIUS LOYOLA - 3.9.2017

Chris discusses the new Disney version of "Beauty and the Beast," attempting to cash in on the success of the animated film, this time using real actors in the storyline.  But the twist is that the film will feature the first ever "gay" character for a Disney film.  Many in the Christian community are calling for a boycott, while others have warned that rejecting the film may "harm the gospel."  Also discussed is a new article (written by a Jesuit priest) that claims Ignatius Loyola did not actually found the Jesuit Order to counter the Protestant Reformation, but rather, as a mission to Muslims.



The newly appointed General of the Jesuit Order (Arturo Sosa, SJ) has been quoted saying that scholars do not actually know "what Jesus really said" in a Breitbart article.  His full commentary is strikingly similar to the claims of some modern textual critics, many of them in the evangelical community.  The Jesuit's words are no surprise to those who know the history of the Bible and the eroding influence of modern textual criticism that continually casts doubt on a variety of passages from Scripture.  Many sources refer to the Superior General of the Jesuit Order as "the Black Pope," since it is said he is the true power behind the throne of the papacy.


Today's Show: POPE FRANCIS, SATANISM & TRUMP - 2.28.2017

Chris discusses a series of new stories about Pope Francis and his ongoing defense of Islam and the massive wave of immigration into the West.  While the Vatican is surrounded by high walls and takes in very few refugees, the pope insists that the nations of the West should not be building walls, but rather bridges to embrace the Muslim world.  After several years of bizarre rhetoric that seems aimed at betraying the entire Christian world, many Catholics have begun to denounce Francis, calling him an "anti-Pope."  Also discussed is the rise of blatantly Satanic activity stirred up against the Trump administration and against those who profess the Christian faith.



Chris discusses a new story about how Canada is progressing towards outlawing so-called "Islamophobia" -- the allegedly irrational fear that causes people to speak against Islam.  In America, the Democratic party also attempted to pass such a law with H.R. 569 that would have condemned "hateful rhetoric towards Muslims in the United States."  While this attempt at imposing a covert form of Sharia has been shelved in our country, it appears to be making headway north of the border.  Could such a law eventually be adopted in America?





Today's Show: PAUL & THE OTHER JESUS - 8.22.2016

Chris discusses the Apostle Paul's second letter to the Corinthians, where he warns of those who might come preaching "another Jesus."  Paul clearly associated this deception with that of the serpent in the Garden of Eden.  He goes on to warn of "false apostles" and warns that while they present themselves as "ministers of Christ," they are in fact the ministers of Satan.  This powerful warning to the Church is just as relevant today as it was in the first century.


Today's Show: PROMISES OF DELIVERANCE - 12.31.2015

Chris discusses the many promises we are given in the Scriptures concerning deliverance from our enemies, and from all trouble and affliction.  The Scripture says, "Many are the afflictions of the righteous: but the Lord delivereth him out of them all."  (Psalm 34:19)  In the world today are so many challenges facing the Christian community, and as such, it is ever more important to remember the many reassurances given to us by God. 

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The sequel to A Lamp in the Dark and Tares Among The Wheat

Featured Speakers: Dr. Phil Stringer, Dr. David Brown, David Daniels, Dr. D.A. Waite, Dr. Jack Moorman, Dr. Kirk DiVietro, Dr. H.D. Williams, Dr. Ronald Cooke & Dr. James R. White.



In 1881, two scholars named Westcott and Hort published a revision of the New Testament that would send shockwaves through the academic world.  Their new textual theory declared that the King James Version (which had been trusted for centuries) was full of errors.  Sacred readings, long cherished by the faithful, were now declared to be forgeries. The world was informed that the book, which had been called the inerrant Word of God, was in need of correction.

The new theory claimed that recently recovered manuscripts revealed a truer version of Scripture.  Yet others warned that these manuscripts were, in fact, the creation of early Gnostic heretics that had been rightly abandoned centuries before.   Was the new revision filled with ancient corruptions?

Follow the story of the Bible’s controversial history into the twentieth century, as the work of Westcott and Hort would transform biblical scholarship, inspire the work of various Bible Societies, and pave the way for the cause of ecumenical unity between Evangelical Protestants and Rome.

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- The sequel to "A Lamp in the Dark".

- “Tares Among the Wheat” will likely challenge what most scholars believe about Bible history, and the origins of the current wave of new translations that have flooded churches around the world.

-“Tares Among the Wheat” has been awarded the 2013 Telly Award for excellence in film and video production. “Tares” was specifically honored for the Historic Documentary category, and this award represents the sixth Telly for Adullam Films.


We give thanks and praise to God that He has seen fit to use our work to edify members of the body of Christ, and hope that any worldly acknowledgments will only encourage others to see the work, so that God may be glorified in all.

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