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Category Archives: Myth of Original Sin
Have You Resisted Unto Blood, Striving Against Sin?
Those who would defend sin often use Hebrews chapter 12 to prove that if you are under chastisement for your sins, then this confirms you are a child of God. One verse says: In your struggle against sin you have … Continue reading
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Jesus Was Made Sin Because He Had the Same Flesh as Ours?
A person wrote that the original Christadelphians believe that Jesus “was made sin,” that he was made in the “very same flesh as his brethren termed as “sin” and therefore destroyed sin in his own flesh…” This is not really … Continue reading
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Sin is Not in the Blood
There are those who teach that Adam and Eve started out with perfect blood, but something happened to that blood after they sinned. In other words, the blood properties changed and that is understood to be ‘sinful blood’ as opposed … Continue reading
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Babies Choosing Good Over Evil
When it comes to the false doctrine of Original Sin, also known as “Hereditary Total Depravity,” or “Born with a Sinful Nature,” we often hear this common response to try and support this ungodly doctrine that, “No one has to teach a baby … Continue reading
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Pleading the Blood of Jesus?
Where is the practice of “pleading the blood” of Jesus found in Scripture? There seems to be a profound practice of manipulating God by “pleading the blood” of Christ. It seems that the blood is supposed to hold some magical … Continue reading
Response to Pete Wilson
It appears that ever since Pete Wilson has departed from the faith and has embraced Reformed theology and Universal salvation, that he has nothing better to do now than to hound me via my Youtube videos (which I had to … Continue reading
Posted in Myth of Original Sin Tagged Calvinism, Chosen, Conversion, Free Will, Judgement, Obedience, Reformed Theology 4 Comments
God’s Word Does NOT Teach Generational Curses
If ‘generational curses’ are biblical, how come Jesus, Paul, Peter, James, John or anyone else never mention this teaching? There is one major verse taken from the second commandment to try and prove generational curses. “You shall not make for … Continue reading
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Carnal Is Not Always Evil
When you hear or read the word “carnal,” what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Many will think what Paul said, “…but I am carnal, sold under sin.” Of course Paul is making a contrast of a … Continue reading
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When Does The Sin Stop?
The great dilemma in the present day Church is at WHAT point does the sin have to Stop in order for real Salvation to take place? Must it stop before pardon can be granted or after, or does it NEVER … Continue reading
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You Are Waiting For God To Clean Up Your Life?
The flesh is not sinful by nature. It is sinful by application and we are the applicators. No one is born a sinner. It’s interesting that a drug addict can stop his dependence on drugs without Christ, a drunkard can … Continue reading
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