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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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Jesus Just a Piece of Flesh?

The Oneness doctrine that Oneness Pentecostals hold to is just as awful as the Trinity doctrine. With the Trinity doctrine we have 3 Gods, which consists of three “persons” that supposedly makes up one God. The Oneness Pentecostal doctrine (which … Continue reading

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God Himself Literally Pierced? Zechariah 12:10

Zechariah 12:10 (NIV) And I will pour out on the house of David and the inhabitants of Jerusalem a spirit of grace and supplication. They will look on me, the one they have pierced, and they will mourn for him … Continue reading

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The Logos – John 1:1-3

APPENDIX 1 John 1:1-3 Many Trinitarians will argue that the first three verses of the gospel of John provide strong proof that Jesus is God. A footnote on John 1:1 in The MacArthur Study Bible (New King James Version) states, … Continue reading

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“Carnal Christians” is a Myth

The idea of there being a “Carnal Christian” is a myth.  This is nothing but a popular theology that allows sinners to feel comfortable in their pews and in their sins. The classic verse in defense for the “Carnal Christian” … Continue reading

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All Sin Is A Choice, Not Some Involuntary Substance Within

The command to “cease to do evil” (Isa. 1:16), and to “sin no more” (Jn. 8:11), implies that all sin is volitional. It implies that sin is not some involuntary substance dwelling inside of you which you cannot get rid … Continue reading

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Paul Made a Distinction Between Moral And Physical Perfection

Some suppose Romans chapter seven to be a description of the Christian life, as opposed to a description of an unconverted state. But we know Paul is not referring to his own converted state because he already said that Christians have … Continue reading

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The Atonement and Charles Stanley

The following is an excerpt from a critique of Charles Stanley’s teaching by Jeff Paton.  It is well known that Charles Stanley is a strong proponent of the unconditional eternal security teaching.  This false doctrine affects many other doctrines of … Continue reading

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Romans 7:7-25 Is Not About the Struggles Of A Christian

In Romans 7:7-25, Paul contrasts the pre-Christian condition of the sinner. However, many use this as “proof” to excuse Christians who continue to habitually sin. A careful reading shows this is not about the struggles of a born again believer … Continue reading

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Did Jesus Come in the Likeness of “Sinful Flesh,” or “Sinful Nature”?

God sent his Son in the likeness of what?  In the likeness of sinful flesh (Rom. 8:3).  What does that mean?  It means all have sinned by the use of our human body.  Look around and watch people sin with their … Continue reading

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