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Dr. H. T. Spence  |  Publication Date: January/February 2007

As we begin another year in the providence of God, it is evident that the powers of darkness are ever increasing and that the global apostasy is escalating in its influences. Religions are flourishing in the earth, and Neo-Christianity has become the norm of belief in the United States of America. Amidst these religions, more and more sects and cults are appearing even within Neo-Christianity. How is a Christian to view these many religious identities that now are proliferating in number throughout the world? …

Dr. O. Talmadge Spence  |  Publication Date: January/February 2007

The more we observe the apostasy in politics and religion, the more we realize the need of a balanced biblical separation. Once again, we need to recognize that separation has two sides: the horizontal, which separates us by the grace of God from sin, error, and compromise; and the vertical, which separates us in the grace of God unto purity, unity, and Christ. …

Dr. H. T. Spence  |  Publication Date: March/April 2007

In the next four articles of Straightway, this editor desires to present the imminent dilemma and inevitable extinction of Christian Fundamentalism as a movement of recent Church history. Fundamentalism's extinction will be the result of an internal intelligent and subversive movement that is presently seeking its downfall. Already this historic warship of Fundamentalism is being dismantled and restructured in order to join the prestigious fleet of Neo-Evangelical luxury liners. …

Dr. H. T. Spence  |  Publication Date: March/April 2007

The providence of God has brought us to a unique time in the history of the world. Global powers are ideologically manipulating political forces in order to bring the world to a greater financial and social unanimity. Nations that were once at philosophical odds are now being internationally pressured to be reconciled toward a greater global agenda. Independence of nations and their personal political agendas will soon be a thing of the past; declarations of interdependence will become necessary for survival. …

Dr. H. T. Spence  |  Publication Date: May/June 2007

As the decades unfolded in the Fundamentalist movement, there was a subtle, growing concern among a number who were born in this emerging fundamentalist camp. They had not personally experienced the agony and necessity of the battles fought within fallen denominational systems. Such individuals had no personal knowledge of the intensity of the enemies of the Truth. They reasoned that perhaps a less offensive stand against error would be the better position to take. …

Dr. H. T. Spence  |  Publication Date: May/June 2007

History has proved that the historic Christian Fundamentalist movement was divinely appointed by God for the end time of the Last Days to combat the final onslaught of the enemies within the institutional church against God's Word and against the true remnant, the Elect. But as is the potential danger of any movement and its mutation in every generation, we may be witnessing the institution of Christian Fundamentalism coming to the gates of hell. The true remnant within Fundamentalism will not be destroyed, but it seems that the public view of the movement, as it is being redirected, will experience its historical demise. …

Dr. H. T. Spence  |  Publication Date: July/August 2007

As the public view of the historic Christian Fundamentalist movement continues to deteriorate in our generation, we have observed in the previous articles several contributing factors to this decline. So many Fundamentalist ministers and their churches today cannot discern that they are caught in the powerful web of Neo-Evangelicalism partly because they have not discerned what historic Fundamentalism once was. …

Dr. H. T. Spence  |  Publication Date: July/August 2007

In our final article concerning the rise and fall of Christian Fundamentalism, we are drawn to a sobering work of God that will strongly affect the Christian world in the end time—yea, it will profoundly affect the future of Christian Fundamentalism. This work of God's great shaking of the earth is addressed in Hebrews 12:25-29:…

Dr. H. T. Spence  |  Publication Date: September/October 2007

In the scheme of creation, God's final work of natural creation was that of the woman. This unique creature of God was taken from within the man, his tender part, the bone and flesh of his body. When Adam saw this created entity, he immediately acknowledged that it was part of himself (Genesis 2:23). The Hebrew word for woman is ishshah; it is identified with the deeper word ish (the man). In contrast to "man," meaning "to be strong," ishshah means "to be soft," denoting that part of man's anatomy from whence she came. She was to give her life and existence to the man as a counterpart, to serve in helping the man. …

Dr. H. T. Spence  |  Publication Date: November/December 2007

One of the evidences apostasy continues to permeate the world is found in the changes that have now taken control of man's thinking and understanding. The logic of absolutes is being exchanged for the "crazy," the "bizarre," and the "insane." In decades past such insanity was abhorred by society. For example, the killing spree of the Charles Manson clan was a rare incident that rocked our nation's conscience for weeks. Now the violence depicted in such criminally bizarre cases seems so common an event that only one- or two-days' news coverage is the norm before another notorious crime takes its place. …

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