Kirk Cameron Leaves Left Behind Behind

It’s now official. Kirk Cameron’s been hanging around with Darren Doane and Gary DeMar. He’s left the erroneous theology of Tim LaHaye’s silly books behind and embraced the optimism of postmillennialism — the Biblical teaching that the gospel will be victorious in history, through self-sacrifice.
Cheer up, you dispies. It’s not the end of the world.

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5 Responses to “Kirk Cameron Leaves Left Behind Behind”

  • MarkO Says:

    Kirk is doing good stuff in this latest project, but it doesn’t make me think he now has an explicit postmil imprint on his life. Got more evidence?

  • MarkO Says:

    oh, btw – Mike do you plan to analyze Monumental for its chiastic patterns after it is shown?

  • Mike Bull Says:

    I have been told my someone in the know.

    And, no, I won’t be analyzing it for chiasms. It will be edifying, but I doubt it’s inspired. Or even ancient.

  • Chuck Says:

    Nice find, Mike (Cameron/Beck interview). After watching that 5 minute excerpt shown on Beck, I was flabbergasted. It’s totally obvious that there’s been a serious eschatological u-turn. After watching the trailer on the movie’s website, I knew something was awry in Leftbehindsville. Now there’s no doubt. This is really exciting! I already purchased tickets to see the movie but now I’m really stoked. It’s only just begun! Thanks, Mike. <