About the author: Jeff Wright Jr.

Jeff Wright, Jr. is a grateful husband, blessed daddy, and long-suffering Redskins fan. He is a Prison Chaplain in the "city of lost souls" and is the co-creator of Evangelicals for Liberty. Jeff holds a ThM from Dallas Seminary, and is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society. Jeff is a civil liberties activist on behalf of the "sacred order of freemen" and minister of the "fellowship of twice-born sinners."

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  • kz13

    Excellent article. It’s so true that ease of living and immorality in America has led to the current problems we have, including anti-Christian sentiments and actions. Perhaps as things get more difficult, we will learn to value and appreciate even more our relationship with God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Not that I’m looking forward to the hard times(!), but the Bible teaches us that we have to “endure” to the end, and the endurance is just beginning in America. Thanks for writing this.

    • http://www.jeffwrightjr.com/ Jeff Wright

      Thanks, kz13! Now is the time to train ourselves in endurance.

  • kz13

    Excellent article. It’s so true that ease of living and immorality in America has led to the current problems we have, including anti-Christian sentiments and actions. Perhaps as things get more difficult, we will learn to value and appreciate even more our relationship with God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Not that I’m looking forward to the hard times(!), but the Bible teaches us that we have to “endure” to the end, and the endurance is just beginning in America. Thanks for writing this.

  • kz13

    Excellent article. It’s so true that ease of living and immorality in America has led to the current problems we have, including anti-Christian sentiments and actions. Perhaps as things get more difficult, we will learn to value and appreciate even more our relationship with God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Not that I’m looking forward to the hard times(!), but the Bible teaches us that we have to “endure” to the end, and the endurance is just beginning in America. Thanks for writing this.

  • $32237219

    Nature abhores a vaccum. Islam is filling that vaccum in all countries that had Christian orthodox traditions. It has always confused me that those that accuse Christianity of being oppressivie are so willing to accept Islam.

  • $32237219

    Nature abhores a vaccum. Islam is filling that vaccum in all countries that had Christian orthodox traditions. It has always confused me that those that accuse Christianity of being oppressivie are so willing to accept Islam.

  • ansonheath

    Jeff, your article is excellent in principle, but you have assumed that Revelation was written at the end of the first century. It makes a huge difference in perspective if John wrote his letter BEFORE the tribulation and the destruction of the temple and Jerusalem in 70 AD. The context of the letter fits Nero’s era perfectly, just later than Paul’s letter.
    Yes, most sources cite the time of Revelation’s writing as about 90 AD, but there is no unaniminity on this issue.
    I have spent years researching this and the earlier date seems overwhelmingly more in context of the times and Revelation. It has answered the lingering questions I had personally when I accepted the later date.
    Anyone wishing to research this can do so. There are plenty of sources available.

  • TeaTephi

    When the state forces the individual to act against God’s scripture then a decision will have to be made to follow God. A hard decision no doubt, for those who are tied to a material existance. There will be suffering and a need to return to the catacombs to live our faith truthfully, as our ancestors did.

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